Aircraft Report for 1977 Cessna Citation isp

Last Located in Colorado Springs, CO USA

First collected 216 weeks ago

Last Listed Price: $595,000

Price Evaluation: Slightly Overpriced
Price Estimate: $189,027

Predicted Price Confidence: More Confident

Typical List Price Range: $90,760 - $395,239

Market Context
  • Number of similar currently available aircraft: 42
  • Number of similar registered aircraft: 653

Registration Number: N565V
Total Time: 7,815
Interior Quality Estimate: Average
Exterior Quality Estimate: Average

Total Price Adjustments to Date: 0
Number of times listed before: 1
FAA Registrations for N-Number: 8
FAA Incidents for N-Number: 0


Registration History for n565

N-Number Make Model Serial Location Description Time

Service Difficulty Reports for n565



N-Number Make Model Serial Description Time
N565 EMB EMB145 During TAXI/GRND HDL - TAXING TO RUNWAY, BAGG SMOKE WARNING LIGHT ILLUMINATED ON THE EICAS. THE BAGG COMPARTMENT EXT. BUTTON WAS PUSHED. WE RETURNED TO THE GATE AND EVACUATED THE PASSENGERS. ALL THE APPR. CHECKLISTS AND PROCEDURES WERE COMPLETED. THE FIRE ANDRESUE DEPARTMENTS WERE NOTIFIED AND RESPONDED. NO FIRE OR SMOKE WAS FOUND. 2003-09-03
N565 AMD FALCON200 During INSP/MAINT - CAP LOCATED AT THE END OFF THE GUIDE ASSY SEPARATED. CAP LODGED INSIDE OF VALVE, HOLDING PISTON IN THE OPEN POSITION.PILOTS UNABLE TO TURN ENTIRE ICE OFF TO THE L/H ENGINE NACELLE. ANTI-ICE ON IS A GROUNDING OF A/C SITUATION. 1988-02-24

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Previous Listings for N565V

Colorado Springs, CO USA
Price: Not Listed

Price Evaluation: $103,460 , between $72,758 - $143,794


Added 196 weeks ago via Trade-A-Plane


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Evaluation: No Price Evaluation Available
Confidence: Reasonably Confident

Registration Number: N565V
Total Time: 7,660
Interior Quality Estimate: Average
Exterior Quality Estimate: Average

Total Price Adjustments to Date: 0
Number of times listed before: 1
FAA Registrations / Incidents for N-Number: 8 / 0
Last time observed airborne: 3 weeks ago



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