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Group Shares

Location: Gloucestershire
Submitted by: WILCO Aviation

We are pleased to offer a 1/5th share in this beautiful example of Socata’s TB20 Trinidad benefiting from a low time normally aspirated fuel injected Lycoming O-540 260HP engine. The aircraft 1/5th share is being offered and hangared at Gloucestershire Airport, Staverton EGBJ.

Romeo Bravo benefits from having low engine and low airframe hours as well as being fully IFR equipped fast tourer. The well managed stable group has its own CBIR instructor to offer any differences training that may be required as well as biannual checks.

The Socata TB is a series of light single engine piston aircraft developed and manufactured by French aircraft company SOCATA. The letters TB within the designation stands for Tarbes, the French city where the aircraft is manufactured. The TB series planes have come to be known as the “Caribbean Planes”, due to the island naming convention adopted for the various models, though they are not often seen flown in that region.

All aircraft (with the exception of the TB9) have a constant speed propeller. The TB series have become widely used training and touring aircraft and are often used for instrument training. They are defined by their superior (and contemporary) fit and finish and interior size compared to other four-seat single-engine aircraft, they are relatively roomy at 49 inches (124 cm) at the shoulder, plus or minus. In part, this is due to the fuselage having a pronounced “round out” above the wing. Adding to the actual spaciousness, the side windows extend up well into the roof line, giving the Socata an airy feeling.

Group Costs

1/5th Share – £16,000 GBP

Fixed Monthly Cost – £220 GBP

Flying Per Hour (Dry) – £35 GBP

Total fuel 320 Litres 140knt cruise @ 75% power

Interior: Grey fabric Exterior: Maroon & White with Gold Trim

Garmin GTN 650 NAV/COM/GPS

GTX 330 ES mode S (ADS-B) transponder

Garmin GNC 250 NAV

King 165 NAV/COM

KAP 150 3 Axis Autopilot with Approach Capability

Engine Monitor

Direction Indicator (DI)

Vertical Speed Indicator (VSI)

Air Speed Indicator (ASI)

Altitude Indicator (AI)

Horizontal Situation Indicator (HSI)

Distance Measuring Equipment (DME)

Automatic Direction Finding (ADF)

NAV Lights Landing light Strobe Lights Interior - 7/10

Exterior - 7/10

YEAR: 1990

MAKE: Socata

MODEL: TB20 Trinidad

REG NUMBER: G-CORB

AIRCRAFT TYPE: Single

AIRFRAME HOURS: 3082 (+/- 5hrs)

ENGINE MAKE: LYCOMING O-540-C4D5D

ENGINE HOURS: 610 (+/- 5hrs)

ENGINE OVERHAULED: October 2014

PROP HOURS: 12 (+/- 5hrs)

PROP MAKE: HARTZELL

LAST ANNUAL: Expires February 2021

LAST ARC: Expires 27/05/2021

 

1/5th SHARE PRICE: £16,000 GBP 

 

Telephone: +44 (0)20 3475 9255

+44 (0)7568302334 

Email: enquiries@wilcoaviation.co.uk

https://wilcoaviation.co.uk/socata-tb20-trinidad/

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