1961 Aero Commander 500B

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The Aero Commander 500B was a twin-engine light aircraft produced by Aero Design and Engineering Co from 1961 to 1969. It was powered by two Lycoming IO-540-C4B5 engines and could seat up to six passengers. It had a maximum speed of 197 mph and a range of 1,400 miles. It was used for personal and business travel, as well as for air ambulance, cargo, and other applications. The 500B was a popular aircraft, with over 900 units produced during its production run.


  • Total Time: 7896
  • Lycoming IO-540-B1A5
  • 3 Blade Hartzell Prop
  • Garmin 530W
  • Garmin 335 / W ADS-B Out
  • Garmin SL-30
  • Garmin 396
  • Flight director
  • Century IV Autopilot
  • Aspen EFD 1000
  • Bendix Radar
  • 6 Place Intercom
  • Collins Audio/Marker

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