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    Reg# 690DS
    TT: 7360

    A chance to 'steal' a unique 690 Dash 10. All offers over $500,000 strongly considered! Don't miss this opportunity - call today or Visit: http://bit.ly/C.. More Info

    Dan Stuart

    Las Vegas, NV USA

    Last Update: 05/14/2020

    Call for Price
    Reg# N260WE
    TT: 12896

    1979 Commander 690B-II. This Aircraft Is Equipped For Forestry Work. Ready To Fly. ADS-B Done. More Info

    Michael Hudgins

    Scottsdale, AZ USA

    Last Update: 05/29/2020

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    Reg# N690LN
    TT: 9250

    N690LN. 1977 690B, 9250-A/F. 4886/3880 SMOH. 20” diameter camera port, Left Side Meggitt Magic EFIS, Meggitt Magic 2100 dig AP. More Info

    Eagle Creek Aviation

    Indianapolis, IN USA

    Last Update: 04/08/2020

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    Reg# N55WJ
    TT: 6921

    1977 690B, Outfitted For Forestry Work. Upgraded Garmin avionics, CCU Pressurization And AC, Contact For Full Equipment List And Maint. Status. Spar Cap Re... More Info

    Michael Hudgins

    Scottsdale, AZ USA

    Last Update: 05/29/2020

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    Reg# N245CF
    TT: 8033

    N245CF, 1976 Twin Commander 690A, Fresh HSI's with 3392/2485 SMOH, Keith Freon Air, Avidyne EX-500 MFD, Sscope, & Winglets. More Info

    Eagle Creek Aviation

    Indianapolis, IN USA

    Last Update: 04/08/2020

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    Reg# N690HF
    TT: 9967

    N690HF. DASH TEN 1975 Twin Commander 690A, 9967 TTSN, 3280/3064 SMOH (5000hr TBO). Dual GNS430W. AP w/preselect. A/C. More Info

    Eagle Creek Aviation

    Indianapolis, IN USA

    Last Update: 04/08/2020

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    Reg# N690PT
    TT: 7500

    N690PT. DASH TEN TWIN COMMANDER 690A. Dash Ten Engines, Only 2140 Engine Hours SMOH (5000 Hour TBO), Wide Chord Q-Tip Propellers, Replaced Lower Spar Cap. More Info

    Eagle Creek Aviation

    Indianapolis, IN USA

    Last Update: 04/08/2020

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    Reg# N24CC
    TT: 10284

    N24CC. 1974 Dash TEN Twin Commander 690A, STEC 2100 Digital AP w/Preselect, Garmin GNS 530W/430W GPS/ IFR/ WAAS. More Info

    Eagle Creek Aviation

    Indianapolis, IN USA

    Last Update: 04/08/2020

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    Reg# N674NM
    TT: 11556

    N674NM. 1974 Dash Ten Twin Commander 690A, Dash Ten Engines, Woodward Fuel Control Units, ADS-B Compliance, Replaced Lower Spar Cap. 11,556 Airframe Hours... More Info

    Eagle Creek Aviation

    Indianapolis, IN USA

    Last Update: 05/12/2020


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    Commander 690 Aircraft Information

    The Aero Commander 500 is the first in a series of light-twin engine aircraft. The company became the Aero Commander company in 1950, and a division of Rockwell International in 1965.

    A project engineer at the Douglas Aircraft Company, Ted Smith, developed the idea of the type. In 1944, since Douglas was not interested in the aircraft a group of company engineers formed the Aero Design and Engineering Company to design and build the proposed aircraft. The Model L3805 was completed in July 1946. Powered by two Lycoming O-435-A piston engines, the L3805 was an all-metal, high-wing monoplane with retractable undercarriage and accommodated up to five people. This prototype flew successfully and the company built a new factory at Bethany or Oklahoma City. There they built the production version named the Commander 520. The first production was released in August 1951.

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