Step into this roomy and very easy to fly 2003 Diamond Aircraft DA-40 Diamond Star. With its 180 horsepower, fuel injected, four-cylinder Lycoming IO-360 engine, no other airplane available in this price range gives you a faster cruise, quicker climb out, with the best cockpit visibility ever designed. Made from the most durable carbon fiber and light weight materials, some say this workhorse airplane is virtually unable to be stalled. Featuring the Garmin GNS-530 WAAS GPS Navigator interconnected to the ADS-B traffic system, you'll have the best situational awareness by seeing all local traffic overlayed on your GPS moving map. Come see this sporty, true-four-seater airplane today.
Contact Tomahawk Aero Services, Jeff Lustick, broker, at (360) 510-1139. Ask us about our Google photo album containing over 200 photos of this airplane and its logs.
Location: Bellingham International Airport, Bellingham, WA, US (KBLI)
Year, Manufacturer, Model: 2003 Diamond Aircraft DA40 Diamond Star
FAA Registration: N806ER, S/N: 40.317
Annual Inspection Completed: 2/19
Pitot-Static/altimeter/transponder Cert: 7/17
Annual ELT Battery Inspection: 2/19
All Airworthiness Directives Complied With
180 HP, Lycoming IO-360-C1D6, S/N: RL-11296-51A
991.8 SMOH (2,000 TBO) by Engine Aircraft Specialists, Chandler, AZ,2014.
Compressions at Last Annual: 72/78/76/78
Hartzell HC-C2YR-1BF 2-Bladed Constant Speed Propeller
991.8 Propeller Time Since New (PTSN), 9/03
TTAF (Total Time Air Frame): 2,380.4 TTSN
Dual Push to Talk Switches on Control Sticks
Pilot & Co-Pilot Toe Brake Controls
Diamond Towbar Included
Avionics & Equipment:
Garmin GNS-530W WAAS GPS/COM/Navigator/Moving Map
Traffic Alerts & Positions Appear on the Garmin 550
Garmin GNS-430 Non-WAAS GPS/COM/Navigator/Moving Map
Garmin GMA-340 Communications Audio Panel
Dual Garmin GI-106A GPS/VOR/LOC/Glideslope Indicators
Garmin GTX-345 Mode S Transponder with ADS-B Out
Davtron Quarts Chronometer
Datcom Timekeeper Hobbs Meter
No Known Damage History
Useful Load: 833.15 lbs
For further information, Call Jeff Lustick at Tomahawk Aero at (360) 510-1139.