1980 Boeing 727 VIP

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The Boeing 727 VIP was a variant of the Boeing 727 airliner that was outfitted with luxury features for VIP transport. It included features such as custom interiors, plush seating, entertainment systems, and other items to make it more comfortable for VIPs. The aircraft also had additional soundproofing and insulation to ensure a quiet cabin environment. Some of the 727 VIP aircraft were also outfitted with a private bedroom and full-size bed.

Features

  • Total Time: 20,043 hours
  • Pratt & Whitney JT8D-17R Engines
  • utopilot: Sperry SP-150
  • F/Director: universal COMMS: Dual Collins 618-M5
  • NAVS: Dual Collins DME: Dual Collins
  • VHF:- Dual Collins TPDR: Dual Bendix TRA-67A
  • L.R.N: Universal UNS-1F FMS Triple Litton LTN-92 Inertials Radar: universal Weather Radar
  • HF: Dual Collins 718 with SELCAL Rad. Alt.: Bendix
  • CVR: Fairchild A 100 FDR: Digital Allied Signal
  • TCAS: TCAS-II EGPWS: Sundstrand Mark VII
  • L/H and R/H front screens delaminated U/S
  • R/H DV cracked U/S
  • L/H DV window delaminated U/S
  • Out-board flaps U/S when deployed using the flap lever (working fine using override)
  • No 2 NAV display U/S
  • Both Batteries overdue due CAP TEST
  • Number 3 GCU intermittent or Bus contactor U/S
  • FMC’s out of date.
  • APU Ammeter replaced (loan item)
  • Time Clocks missing qty 3 (Taken by crew)
  • Number 3 fuel tank transmitter fault, tank is reading full scale with approx. 4000Ibs in the tank (taken from the dip stick)
  • Fuel Flow power supply defective ( we have slaved an old unit in for engine runs)

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