1954 De Havilland DH 112 Venom G-DHVM
Built in 1954 under license by Pilatus in Switzerland this classic British designed Jet entered service with the Swiss air force as J-1542, serving for nearly 30 years she was retired from service on the 3rd of May 1984.
Following her retirement J-1542 was acquired by a UK Pilot and then registered and displayed as G-GONE. In 2001 the current owners acquired the aircraft transferring the registration mark to G-DHVN. This fantastic Jet has only 10.25 hours on its De Havilland Ghost 48MK 2 engine with an agreed TBO of 300 hours. In addition this aircraft has had the required works to ensure the airframe has a TBO of 2000 hours.
In summary an appreciating classic that is fantastic value for money. This aircraft can be delivered with maintenance and parts support scheme with a new permit if required.
Current Reg. Date: 26/11/2003 | Previous ID: WR470 / G-GONE | MTOW: 6750kg | Total Hours: 1872 at 31/12/2014 | Next Inspection due: Expired | CAA Permit to fly Renewal Due: Expired
Fatigue Information:- The aeroplane main spar, the pick-up points, and the wing skins have all been modified to increase the serviceable life. The aircraft is cleared to operate to a total of 2000 hours.
Please note if G-DHVM & G-VENM are purchased as a pair a discounted price and support plan can be made available on request.