1974 Twin Commander 690 A

Commuter Turboprop


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1974 Twin Commander 690 A
Aircraft TypeCommuter Turboprop
MakeTwin Commander
Model690 A
ConditionUsed Aircraft
Sale TypePOA
LocationIndiana, United States
Registration NoN674NM
Serial Number11226
Year Built1974
Total Time Airframe11656
Engine Specifications

Dash Ten Engines (5000 TBO)
Hartzell 3-Bladed Wide Chord Propellers
470/470 Engine Hours SMOH (5000 Hour TBO)


Chelton Flight Logic 2-Screen EFIS with Synthetic Vision and WAAS
Aspen EFD 1000C3 PFD (Copilot Side)
Collins VHF-20A COMM Transceiver (Gable Head)
Collins VIR-30 NAV Receiver (Gable Head)
Garmin GTX-345R Transponder (ADS-B In/Out)
Mid-Continent MD302 Standby Attitude Module
BFG Skywatch 497 Traffic System
Bendix/King RDS-84 Color Radar
BFG I000+ Stormscope
PS Engineering PM3000 Intercom
Dual Solid-State Inverters
Ameri-King 406 ELT
Digital Fuel Quantity Indicating System (Twin Commander STC SA01762SE)


7 Place Executive Seating with Tan Leather Seating, Sidewalls, and Headliner. Berber Carpet, Dual Writing Tables, and Lemo style headset jacks.


Overall White and Navy Blue Base with Gold and Silver Accent Stripes

Additional Features

Replaced Lower Spar Cap (CK144 Kit)
Woodward Fuel Controls
Extended Aft Baggage

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Seller Information

Contact Name:Jim Worrell
Seller Type:Dealer
Dealership:Eagle Creek Aviation
Location:Indiana, United States
Cell:(317) 293-6935
Listing ID:8598

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