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  • Twin-Engine
  • Turbocharged
  • Pressurized
  • Six Passenger
  • Executive Interior
  • Air Conditioned
  • Speed - 225 mph
  • Range 900 Miles
  • Stereo Intercom
  • Ram IV Conversion
  • Convenient Parking
  • Comfortable Lounge
  • No Lost Luggage
  • No Missed Flights
  • No Waiting
  • No Worries


Passenger Comfort
 

  • Air Conditioned
  • Leather Upholstery
  • Suede Headliner
  • Soundproofing
  • Tinted Windows
  • Foldout Tables

Travel in luxury and enjoy a spacious cabin with plenty of leg room.  The club seating allows you to face your traveling companions while you enjoy a snack or you can recline for a quick nap.  The aft cabin can comfortably accommodate one adult and a child.  Each seat has a separate dome light and air vent.  There are privacy curtains to enable reading at night without interfering with the flight operations.  Headphones are available for music and, if you wish, you can listen to air traffic control.


Convenience

  • Club Seating
  • Reclining Seats
  • Music with Headphones
  • Separate Dome Lighting
  • Refreshment Center
  • Catering Available

A refreshment center resides in the corner of the aft cabin where snacks and hot coffee or tea may be available.  Beverages include a variety of cold drinks.  Meals and catering can be arranged upon request.  The rear cabin seats are separated by an isle and there are two additional seats in the aft part of the cabin by the refreshment center.  You will find an assortment of snacks and cold drinks in the refreshment center.


Safety

All FAA safety requirements are followed.  Some of the safety features of interest include:

  • Life preservers are aboard and available to each passenger and crew member.  The life preservers are inspected annually by an FAA certified shop and replaced as appropriate.  Each life preserver has a valid date stamp and this date is also recorded in the aircraft status sheet for review prior to each flight by the pilot.
  • Oxygen masks are aboard those flights conducted above 10,000'.  The oxygen masks are examined annually and replaced according to the manufacturer's specifications.
  • All time critical components are replaced at the end of the manufacturer's recommended time in service.  A record of the time critical components are reviewed annually and every 100 hours of operation.  Time critical components include items such as the engine, propellers, turbochargers, and certain engine accessories.
  • Pilot training is conducted annually and FAA check rides are conducted every six months. This assures that flight operations are consistent with the minimum FAA safety requirements and that all documentation is complete, accurate, and conforms to the regulations.
  •  Proficiency requirements include currency in night, instrument, and a variety of flight operations according to part 135 and 91 of the Federal Aviation Regulations.

PilotJohn.jpg (15189 bytes)InstrumentPanel.jpg (29705 bytes)Pilot's Perspective

  • King Avionics
  • Color Radar
  • King Autopilot
  • Dual Copilot Controls
  • Stereo Intercom
  • HSI, RMI, RNAV

The equipment aboard is more advanced than in our previous plane.  From a pilot's perspective, it is more stable and easy to fly than most other piston twins.  The panel includes an Horizontal Situation Indicator, Radio Magnetic Indicator, Area Navigation, and a King autopilot with a flight director.  The color weather radar helps navigate around dangerous weather.  The aircraft is certified for flight in known icing conditions.  The panel and switches are well organized and easy to use.   The controls are light and require fingertip pressure to make heading and altitude adjustments.  A full set of copilot instruments make the plane certified for two-pilot operations.  The RAM IV conversion and winglets increases the horsepower, cruise speed, and maximum gross weight.  Overall, the Chancellor 414A is one of the most fun to fly airplanes in its class.


Mail to: John W. Beck
908-512-9039