1986 RockwellTwin Commander 900-10

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The Rockwell Twin Commander 900-10 is a twin engine, high-performance business aircraft. It was produced by Rockwell International Corporation from 1986 to 1990. It was designed to compete with the popular Beechcraft King Air and the Piper Cheyenne series. The 900-10 was equipped with two Pratt and Whitney PT6A-41 turboprop engines and had a maximum cruise speed of 288 mph and a range of 1,625 miles. It could carry up to seven passengers and had a cabin size of 16.2 feet long and 5.2 feet wide. The 900-10 also featured a pressurized cabin, making it ideal for long-distance flights. It was also known for its low operating costs and reliable performance.


  • Total Time: 9616
  • Engine 1 Time: 2022 SMOH
  • Engine 2 Time: 4464 SMOH
  • Engine – 2022/4464 (LE/RE) Time Since Major Overhaul
  • 2027 Hours Since Hot Section Inspection (RE)
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