N736LE Appraisal Notes

736LE Notes

Serial number NA 736

Tronair tow bar

Sperry Color Radar

7 belted passenger seats

 

 

N800AF

N731MS

N852A

 

CAMP log 1993 to 1995

CAMP log 1991, 1992, 1994

 

1987 Hawker 800A – FAA says 1989

 

CAMP report dated 9-22-2000 for N731MS 9838 TTAC – 8084 landings – 875 APU hours – 2312 APU starts

 

Engine model TFE 731-3-1M – Serial number P80308

 

Engine log entry for N736LE dated 9-16-2003 –  TTAF 8493.1 – CSN 7732 – LSN 7732 – engine hours 4593.4 – engine cycles 3347

 

Lob books

Most early logs have water damage

NA 736 log book starts May 1975 and ends Sept 1979

NA 736 log book starts Oct 1969 and ends May 1975

NA 736 log book starts Oct 1980 and ends Dec 1991

NA 736 log book starts Aug 1996 and ends May 1999

NA 736 log book starts Jan 1992 and ends Aug 1996 N112M is tail number this log

NA 736 N800AF log book – is just a blank log book

NA 736 N800AF log book starts Sept 1999 and ends Jan 2009

 

At Jan 28 2009 log entry hours 8495 – cycles 7740 – landings 7732, for NA 736 N800AF

 

NA 736 N736LE Right engine, per 01-01-2007 log entry – 8495.8 TTAF – 7740 cycles – 7740 landings – 4585.8 engine total time – 3471 engine cycles

Left engine SN P 752 04C – Model TFE 731-3R-1H, per log entry dated 1-3-2007 – TTAF 8495.8 – cycles 7740 – landings 7740 engine total time 4354.4 – cycles on engine 3471

 

 

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