Slingsby Firefly T67M 1/10 Share For Sale Sherburn United Kingdom
Firefly T67M 5200
Tango Zulu is a two seat Slingsby Firefly T67M with a 160 hp fuel-injected Lycoming AEIO320 engine, a three-blade constant-speed propeller, single piece canopy and fuel in firewall tank. The fuel-injected engine with inverted fuel and oil systems allows the aircraft to perform aerobatics. The most recent annual was completed 20th May 2021. A new 3 blade MT-propeller was recently installed improving performance.
The group has been established at Sherburn Aero club for over two decades. G-SFTZ was bought in 2013 to replace our previous Firefly, G-BIOW. We have an on line booking system and great availability. This website provides a wealth of information to the members.
The share price is £5,200
Standing charges are £80 per month payable by direct debit.
Flying costs are £90 per hour wet (includes fuel and oil costs).
All share owners must have a PPL, CPL or LAPL license with more than 100 hours PIC and no accidents in last 5 years. Lower hours pilots would be considered on a case by case basis and may be subject to an additional insurance premium. Share owners must be a member of Sherburn Aero club to fly the aircraft.
You can see videos on the aircraft if you go to YouTube and search 'fly with marco'.
This aircraft has an interesting history and featured on Come Outside on BBC 1 with Auntie Mable and Pippin the dog!
What is the availability like?
Excellent ! Typical usage 100 hrs per year – usually 1 hr duration flights. Aero sorties are generally shorter.
Can I block book ahead?
We limit forward bookings to two sessions ahead to maintain good availability. Exceptions can be requested. The group rules allow any member to book the plane for the whole weekend twice in a year. Availability in the week is usually very good.
What are the aircraft hours?
Airframe hrs are circa 4,700 . Engine had a full overhaul carried out by Multi flight in Leeds. Completed May 2019. The propeller was new at Jan 2021.
They type is fully aerobatic +6 -3G. However the group agreed to restrict this to +4 and -2G to preserve the airframe and reduce fatigue.
Call/text now to find out more - this won't last long!