First collected 217 weeks ago
Predicted Price Confidence: Very Confident
Typical List Price Range: $494,420 - $1,142,715
Registration Number: N627HS
Total Time: 12,626
Interior Quality Estimate: Average
Exterior Quality Estimate: Average
Total Price Adjustments to Date: 0
Number of times listed before: 0
FAA Registrations for N-Number: 6
FAA Incidents for N-Number: 0
|N627||NARDI||FN-333||002||BAKERSFIELD, CA||Aircraft registered to HENDRIX TODD M, airworthiness date 1962-08-15, expiration date 2023-12-31, serial number 002.||2020-07-31|
|N627||NARDI||FN-333||002||BAKERSFIELD, CA||Aircraft registered to HENDRIX TODD M, airworthiness date 1962-08-15, expiration date 2020-12-31, serial number 002.||2017-12-27|
|N627||NARDI||FN-333||2||CATHEDRAL CITY, CA||Aircraft registered to BERTRAND RICK L, airworthiness date 1962-08-15, expiration date 2016-10-31, serial number 2.||2013-05-21|
|N627||NARDI||FN-333||2||CATHEDRAL CITY, CA||Aircraft registered to BERTRAND RICK L, airworthiness date 1962-08-15, expiration date 2013-10-31, serial number 2.||2010-11-19|
|N627||NARDI||FN-333||2||BAKERSFIELD, CA||Aircraft registered to REGISTRATION PENDING, airworthiness date 1962-08-15, serial number 2.||2015-09-23|
|N627||EMB||EMB145LR||During TAKEOFF - FO MFD DU SWAPPED FROM NR 3 POSITION DUE TO GOING BLANK DURING TAKE OFF ROLL. PERFORMED OPS CHECK IAW AMM 34-22-00. OPS CHECKED NORMAL. POWERED DOWN AND POWERED UP AIRCRAFT. OPS CHECKED F/O MFD NORMAL. COULD NOT DUPLICATE. OK FOR SERVICE.||2020-01-22|
|N627||EMB||EMB145LR||During TAKEOFF - ON T/O ROLL AT ABOUT 80 KNTS, WARNING LIGHT ALONG WITH TRIM AURAL ALERT NOTIFICATION. PERFORMED TRIM OPS CHECK IAW 27-40-00. OPS CHECK GOOD. NO MESSAGE RELATED IN CMC. OK FOR SERVICE AT THIS TIME.||2018-10-12|
|N627||EMB||EMB145LR||During CLIMB - DFW - FLT 3653 - NR 1 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM FAILURE AIRCRAFT RETURNED TO DFW WITHOUT INCIDENT. RAI PRESSURE LINE AND SERVICED HYDRAULIC FLUID IAW 29-10-00. (M)||2001-02-16|
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