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Here is your chance to own the most unique Personal Jet Aircraft that that was flown by John Travolta in the movie Look who's talking and featured in the November issue of Twin & Turbine Magazine as the ultimate Christmas Gift.

This 4 place two engine Jet has a range of over 1100 miles and burns around 115 GPH at a cruise speed of 350 KTS. This aircraft has a stunning new paint scheme coupled with a complimentary new leather interior and wool carpeting. The Avionics are also new featuring a Garmin 600 with synthetic vision that is coupled to a Garmin GTN 750. See the full list of new avionics totaling just under 100k for the install.

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• GTN 750 6.9 inch Touchscreen GPS/NAV/COMM SBAS/WAAS Navigator with Built-in GPS/ILS/VOR/LOC and Glideslope Capabilities,
• Garmin GRS 77/GSU 73 AHRS
• GMU 44 Magnetometer
• GNC-255A VHF Nav/Com, 8.33kHz, 10W
• GDL 69 SXM delivers SiriusXM satellite weather
• GMA 35 remote audio processor
• GAD 43e adapter unit offers enhanced autopilot interface
• STEC 55X Autopilot

Maximum Take-Off Weight 8,650Lbs.
Maximum Landing Weight 6,960Lbs.
Average Cabin Payload, Fully Equipped
Aircraft with Full Fuel & Baggage 720 Lbs.
Fuel Capacity 485 Gal.
Fuel Consumption Average 125 GPU
- Time - Absolute 3.8 Hrs.
- Time - With Reserve 3.0 Hrs.
- Distance - Absolute (@ 350 Block MPH) 1,330 S.M.
- Distance - With Reserve 1,050 S.M.
SPEEDS KNOTS MPH Maximum High-Altitude Cruise .7machN/A Standard High-Altitude Cruise 350 402 Maximum Severe Turbulence Cruise 300 345 Normal Climb - Gross Weight 200 230 Stall - Landing Configuration - Gross Weight 82 94 Stall - Landing Configuration - Average Landing Weight 74 85 Minimum Single-Engine Control 105 120
Rate of Climb
- Standard - Gross Weight @ 200 Kts 2,560 FPM
- Single-Engine - Gross Weight @ 160 Kts 830 FPM
- Single-Engine -3 Min. Fuel Dump from
Gross Weight 1*218 FPM
Take-Off Roll
- Sea Level, Standard Day - Gross Weight 2,950 Feet
- Sea Level, Standard Day - 7,090Lbs 1,580 Feet
Landing Distance
- Normal 1.200 Feet
- Over 50" Obstacle 1,950 Feet
- Maximum Certified 25,000 Feet
- Single-Engine - Gross Weight 20,000 Feet
Rear Baggage Compartment 66 Lbs. Cabin Baggage Compartment 33 Lbs.

A Twin-Engine, Pure Jet, Pressurized, Four-Place, High Performance Executive Jet Aircraft.
United States Type Certificate Number 7A3, Certified under CAR Part 10 & 3 in Standard/Utility Category with one of the only Single-Pilot Approvals in the United States.
Two (2) TURBOMECA MARBORE VIC - 2 Turbine Engines with 1,060 Pounds of thrust Each. Acceptable fuels for this engine are: Aviation Kerosene, Jet A, JP-1, JP-4, JP-5, Aviation Gasoline, 100/130, 80/87, TBO is 1000 hours + 20%.
The PARIS JET was originally designed for the military, with ease of service on engines and airframe a primary design goal. Demonstrations have been made in which both engines were removed and replaced by other engines in the fantastically short time of 50 minutes, using only four mechanics.
It is obvious that a feat of this kind can be accomplished only through careful planning and consideration of service problem in the design of airplane.
In the early 1960's, the Beechcraft Corporation conducted several demonstrations with the PARIS JET in which the airplane was completely disassembled, with all removable parts such as engines, tanks, radio equipment, etc., removed from the airplane, in a period of 20 minutes using only ten mechanics. All of the parts were replaced in a period of only 40 minutes using the same crew. In 15 minutes more, the airplane was subjected to a full course of aerobatics, after having been fueled and taken out on the runway.

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