1979 CESSNA 340A

 

 

Price

$160,000

Year

1979

Make

Cessna

Model

Cessna 340

Reg #

C-FGZQ

Serial #

340A-0670

Located In

Calgary,AB


Aircraft Canada
316 Hamptons Terrace, N.W.
Calgary AB CANADA
 
Aircraft Summary
 
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1979 Cessna 340A - C-FGZQ

SN: 340A0670

TTAF: 3,593


Engines:
TSIO-520NB – 1600 TBO
LH: Overhauled 14 May 2011 – 400.0 hrs SMOH – 1290.0 hrs TBO
RH: Overhauled 24 Jun 2011 – 400. hrs SMOH – 1290.5 hrs TBO


Props:
McCauley 3AF32C93 – 10 years /1200 hrs TBO
Both overhauled 30 Jan 2009 – 494.5 hrs SMOH – 705.5 hrs TBO
Heated, Syncrophased

Cargo:
Nose: 350 lbs
Cabin: 340 lbs
Lockers: 40 lbs each (reduced capacity due to wing locker fuel tanks)

Weight:
Empty: 4440 lbs
MTOW: 6290 lbs (1850 lbs useful)
MLdgW: 5990 lbs
Weight and balance 3 Sep 2010 (weight 4439.14 lbs, arm 152.97”, moment 679,071.05

Fuel:
Main (tip): 50 gal each (100 gal / 600 lbs)
Aux: 31.5 gal each (63 gal / 378 lbs)
Locker: 20 gal each (40 gal / 240 lbs)
Total: 203 gal / 1218 lbs

Certified for flight into known icing

Aircraft is subject to verification of specifications, logs, times, damage and all equipment listed.

Airframe:
C-FGZQ 1979 C340A
S/N: 340A0670
Pilot / Co-pilot plus 5 passengers
Equipment -Mode C transponder -Garmin 530W GPS (WAAS) -Autopilot with Altitude Hold -2 x VOR -2 x ADF -2 x VHF
Normal Cruise 180 KTAS @ 180 pph / 30 gph
Full Fuel Endurance: 6.5 hours (Full Fuel including wing locker tanks)

Engines: TSIO-520-NB 310 hp @ 2700 RPM
-Maintains sea-level horsepower to 16,000’
-Main Tanks: 50.0 gal each
-Aux Tanks: 31.5 gal each
-Locker Tanks: 20.0 gal each
-Total: 203 gal (1218 lbs)
-Empty: 4440 lbs
-MTOW: 6290 lbs
-MLdgW: 5990 lbs
-Aft Cabin Baggage 340 lbs * STC for 7th seat used with child car seat
-Nose Baggage Area 350 lbs
-Wing Locker Baggage 40 lbs each
-Max alt w/o O2 23,500’
-Max alt with O2 30,000’
-Vne 235 KIAS
-Vno 200 KIAS
-Va 155 KIAS -15 deg flap 160 KIAS -15 – 45 deg flap 140 KIAS Vle 140 KIAS Vmca 72 KIAS Vyse 100 KIAS Vr 91 KIAS
Fuel System Main tip tanks: 50 gal useable Cross-fed for emergency use
-Vapor and excess fuel from engines are returned to main tanks
-AUX pumps supply fuel for priming and start, and backup for engine-driven pumps
-Continuous tip tank transfer pump ensures availability of all tip tank fuel to engine supply line during high angles of descent
Aux tanks: 31.5 gal useable
-Located outboard of each engine nacelle
-Feeds each engine directly
-Vapor and excess fuel fed to main tanks
-Aux tanks are vented into main tanks
Wing locker fuel tanks: (C-FGZQ) 20 gal useable
-Pumped directly to main tanks with a fuel transfer pump
-Annunciator illuminates once wing locker tank completely transferred to mains
AUX fuel pumps:
-Located in main tanks for priming and starting
-LOW runs pump at low speed (5.5 PSI) for vapor clearing and purging
-ON runs pump at low speed if engine-driven pumps are functioning. If engine-driven pump fails, AUX pump runs at high speed automatically and provides sufficient fuel for all engine operations including emergency T/O
Electrical System
-28 volt system powered by 100 ampere engine-driven alternator on each engine
-Each alternator has own regulator and over-voltage protection relay
-One 24 volt battery located in left wing outboard of the engine nacelle Landing Gear
-Electrically operated fully retractable system with steerable nose wheel
-Safety switch on left shock strut prevents accidental retraction as long as aircraft weight compresses the strut
C-FGZQ certified for known icing Prop De-Ice System
-Electrically-heated boots on prop blades
-2 heating elements; inboard and outboard each blade
-Timer directs current to prop boots in cycles between elements and blades to reduce power drain
-Fluctuation on de-ice ammeter indicated normal operation
-System must be left ON for 2.5 min to check all heating elements on both props Windshield De-Ice System
-Electric de-ice heat panel on pilot side. Pressurization System
-Acft may be operated in either Pressurized or Ram Air mode.
-Pressurization provided the engine turbocharger through the sonic venture (flow limiter), heat exchanger, and then into the cabin.
-Smooth power changes will prevent sudden pressure changes
-Two (L/R) push-pull controls each have 2 positions:
-Pressurize (IN)
-pressurization air enters the cabin
-Dump (OUT)
-pressurization air is expelled overboard prior to entering the cabin
-only select dump if contaminated pressurization is suspected
-CABIN ALT annunciator illuminates at approx 10,000’ cabin alt
-Cabin altitude reaches 10,000’ at approx 23,500’ and CABIN ALT annunciator illuminates
-Px diff of 4.2 PSI is limited by the pressure regulator valve at aft of cabin Heating, Ventilation and Defrosting System -System: air inlet in the nose, cabin fan, gasoline combustion heater, heat exchange selector and heat outlets in the cabin
-WEMAC blower supplies unheated ventilating air when WEMAC BLOWER is set to LOW or HIGH
-WEMAC blower supplies forced ventilation through overhead vents when activated
-Forced ventilation provided by CABIN FAN (can be operated independently from the heater)
 
 
Avionics
Garmin 340 Radio Panel
NAV/COM 1 = Garmin 530W (GPS/WAAS/VHF/VOR/ILS)
NAV/COM2 = Cessna ARC RT-485A (VHF/VOR/ILS)
WX-1000 Stormscope Weather Mapping System
Cessna ARC AA801A Altitude Alerter
Cessna ARC 400 ADF (primary, secondary)
Cessna ARC IN404A RMI
Terra TRI 20 Radar Altimeter
Cessna ARC 400 Mode C transponder
Cessna ARC 400 Nav-o-Matic Autopilot with Altitude Hold
 

Aircraft Canada
316 Hamptons Terrace, N.W.
Calgary AB CANADA
 
 
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