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Date Posted / Updated: 2019-07-18
Airliner & Commuter
1988 BAe 146-200
Registration:
N556MA
Serial:
E2106
Engine Time(s):
37,692
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Aircraft Location:
(MEV) Minden, NV United States
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  • Online auction of this plane: https://www.proxibid.com/Liquid-Asset-Partners/British-Aerospace-Bae146-200-Aircraft/event-catalog/165100
  • The British Aerospace Bae146-200 aircraft in question, serial number E2106, was first delivered to Air Nova in December of 1988. It was acquired in May of 2010 by Minden Air and converted to a water tanker. The aircraft is currently registered under the registration N556MA. It is powered by four (4) Textron Lycoming ALF502R-5-103A turbofans engines and meets Stage 3 noise and emissions standards. It has an MTOW of 93,000 lbs. The aircraft has accumulated a total of 37,692 hours and 34,372 cycles since new. SUPPLEMENTAL MODEL INFORMATION The Aircraft The BAe-146 family, which includes the Avro RJ and the cancelled RJX, is likely to remain Britain’s most successful jet transport program, with 395 built. In August 1973 the then Hawker Siddeley Aviation announced it was designing a short-range quiet airliner powered by four small turbofans with British government financial aid. Under the designation HS-146, large scale development lasted just a few months before a worsening economic recession made the risk of the project seem unjustifiable. Development then continued on a limited scale, but it was not until July 1978 that the project was officially relaunched, by which time Hawker Siddeley had been absorbed into the newly created British Aerospace. The resulting BAe-146-100 made its first flight on September 3, 1981. Certification was granted in early 1983 with first deliveries following shortly afterwards in May 1983. A VIP version was offered as the “Statesman” which was ordered by the Royal Air Force as the BAe-146-CC2, the standard transport version being the BAe-146 C1. An air refuel receptacle equipped military version, the -100STA flew in prototype form only. The Bae-146-200 is a stretch of the 146-100, and is essentially similar to its smaller stablemate, but has a 2.39m (7ft 8in) longer fuselage, features 35% greater underfloor cargo volume, has slightly different performance figures and heavier weights. The stretch consists of five extra fuselage frame pitches. The first Bae-146200 made the type’s maiden flight on August 1, 1982, while the UK Civil Aviation Authority awarded the 145-2200s type certificate on February 4, 1983. Versions of the 146-200 include the -200QT Quiet Trader freighter, which has been fairly successful because of its low external noise footprint, and the -200QC Quick Change passenger or freight convertible. The 146-300 is a further stretched derivative of the original short fuselage Bae-146-100, but unlike the midsize 200 series, was not developed until later in the 1980s. The first 146-300, an aerodynamic prototype based on the original prototype 146-100, flew for the first time on May 1, 1987 with the certification granted in September 1987. Like the 146-200 a freighter version of the 300 series is known as the 146-300QT quiet Trader. The prototype -300 was converted to the 146-301ARA configuration, an atmospheric research aircraft operated by the Facility for Airborne Atmospheric Measurements as a replacement for the previously operated Hercules W2. The last of the original 146s were built in 1993, with the series succeeded by the Avro 146-RJ family. A total of 50 Bae146-200s remain in the fleet as of July 2016 with no aircraft on order. The British Aerospace Bae146-200 aircraft in question, serial number E2106, was first delivered to Air Nova in December of 1988. It was acquired in May of 2010 by Minden Air and converted to a water tanker. The aircraft is currently registered under the registration N556MA and it is Liquid’s understanding that the aircraft has not flown in the last four years and the aircraft is no longer airworthy. It is powered by four (4) Textron Lycoming ALF502R-5-103A turbofans engines and meets Stage 3 noise and emissions standards. It has an MTOW of 93,000 lbs. The aircraft has accumulated a total of 37,692 hours and 34,372 cycles since new. Detailed aircraft specifications have been provided in this report. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR ONE 1988 BAE146-200 (MSN E2106) As of April 23, 2019: ALF502R-5-103A Interval Cycles Cycles SMOH Remaining Cycles Engine OH ESN LF05740AC 5,000 620 4,380 Engine OH ESN LF05648AC 5,000 3101 1,899 Engine OH ESN LF05482AC 5,000 3358 1,642 Engine OH ESN LF05485AC 5,000 1798 3,202 LANDING GEAR Interval Months Time SMOH Remaining Months Landing Gear - Nose 144 126 13% Landing Gear - Right 144 144 0% Landing Gear - Left 144 144 0% APU Interval Hours Hours Since OH Remaining Hours GTCP36-100 MSN P-274C 2,500 288 2,212 Click to view more detailed information: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1BLBTAEN_o98H-bb9kg_gGMtotZAhkJMj **FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS AIRCRAFT PLEASE CONTACT LIQUID ASSET PARTERS 616-719-5917
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Address: Grand Rapids, MI United States
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