The Grumman G-73 Mallard (company designation G-73) is an American twin-engine amphibious aircraft designed and built by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation. The Mallard is a high-winged monoplane with a twin tail and retractable landing gear. It is powered by two Pratt & Whitney R-985 radial engines and can accommodate up to ten passengers.
The Mallard was designed as an amphibious aircraft capable of landing on both land and water. It was first flown in 1946, and was produced until 1951. During its production, a total of 352 Mallards were built.
The Mallard was mainly used for passenger and cargo transport, as well as for sightseeing, charter and other recreational activities. It was also used by the United States Coast Guard for search and rescue operations.
Today, a number of Mallards are still in operation and are used for pleasure flying and air taxi services. The Mallard is also popular with collectors and was featured in the popular television show, "Pawn Stars".
- Total Time: 12000
- Engine 1 Time: 641 SMOH
- Engine 2 Time: 100 SMOH
- KMA-24 audio panel
- Radar altimeter
- KCS 55A Compass System
- INTER COM
- GARMIN 150 GPS/COM
- NEW L-3, ADS-B COMPLIANT
- TRANSPONDER ADS/B OUT
- MODE "C"
- DEPTH FINDER
- SEA GEAR UP / SEA GEAR DOWN VOICE INDICATOR
- R/N 7471
- ALL AD'S COMPLIED WITH INCLUDING THE MAJOR SPAR MOD.
- MAJOR STRUCTURAL WORK ACCOMPLISHED BY ISLIP AVIONICS INC. N.Y.
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- Amphibious / Float
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