Aircraft Report for 2015 Socata Tbm 900

Last Located in Muncie IN, IN USA

First collected 155 weeks ago

Last Listed Price: $2,995,000

Price Evaluation: Fairly Priced
Price Estimate: $2,835,295

Predicted Price Confidence: More Confident

Typical List Price Range: $1,772,810 - $4,386,964

Market Context
  • Number of similar currently available aircraft: 47
  • Number of similar registered aircraft: 1,009

Registration Number: N179NC
Total Time: 1,275
Interior Quality Estimate: Excellent
Exterior Quality Estimate: Excellent

Total Price Adjustments to Date: 0
Number of times listed before: 1
FAA Registrations for N-Number: 3
FAA Incidents for N-Number: 0


Registration History for n179nc




N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time
N179NC SOCATA TBM 700 1044 PORTAGE, MI Aircraft registered to BRAVO ZULU TBM N179NC LLC, airworthiness date 2014-11-25, expiration date 2025-05-31, serial number 1044. 2022-05-13
N179NC SOCATA TBM 700 1044 LEWES, DE Aircraft registered to 45 NORTH AIRCRAFT SALES AND LEASING LLC, airworthiness date 2014-11-25, expiration date 2023-02-28, serial number 1044. 2020-03-30
N179NC SOCATA TBM 700 1044 WENTZVILLE, MO Aircraft registered to SIERRA WESTERN AERO LLC, airworthiness date 2014-11-25, expiration date 2021-02-28, serial number 1044. 2019-12-18

Service Difficulty Reports for n179nc


N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N179NC SOCATA TBM700 During LANDING - LANDING GEAR PUMP FAILURE. GEAR WOULD NOT GO DOWN. USED EMERGENCY HAND PUMP TO EXTEND THE GEAR. 2020-10-08

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Previous Listings for N179NC

Portage, Michigan 49002
Price: Not Listed

Price Evaluation: $2,015,597 , between $1,191,964 - $2,746,370


Added 7 weeks ago via Controller


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Evaluation: No Price Evaluation Available
Confidence: Reasonably Confident

Registration Number: N179NC
Total Time: 2,071
Interior Quality Estimate: Average
Exterior Quality Estimate: Average

Total Price Adjustments to Date: 1
Number of times listed before: 1
FAA Registrations for N-Number: 3
FAA Incidents for N-Number: 0



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