Spur planes for contract

Spur Aviation owns and operates 12 Turbine Aero-Commanders, these are a high wing, pressurized, air conditioned aircraft updated with the latest avionics.   We are capable of flying a total of seven passengers plus a pilot; we have a range of 1200nm,  large cargo area for bags with speeds of 300 knots.

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Spur Aviation has the capability with our aircraft to carry up to seven passengers and bags throughout the United States.

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Spur Aviation has the capability with our aircraft to carry up to seven passengers and bags.  The Aero-Commander is a comfortable, quiet Turbine aircraft and is capable of reaching over 1200 nautical miles without refueling, depending on winds and load.

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N425DT

1978 Twin Commander 690B

  • Description
    The 690B first flew in 1976 and was similar to the 690A with increased weight ratings, two engine options and several modifications to the cabin interior including larger baggage space.
  • Long range cruise
    288mph/250.3kts/463.4kmh (TAS) average at 31,000 ft., 9,449 meters, (96% rpm) with 45 min.
  • High speed cruise range
    320mph/278kts/515kmh (TAS) average at 25,000 ft., 7,620 meters (96% rpm) with 45 min
  • Propellers
    Hartzell 3 blade, constant speed, full feathering and reversible
  • Cabin Volume
    224 ft³

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Spur Aviation has the capability with our aircraft to carry up to seven passengers and bags throughout the United States.

N112EE

1976 Twin Commander 690A

  • Description
    The 690A, first produced in 1973, represented a significant advancement for turboprop Twin Commander aircraft. This model used the more powerful 251K variant of the AiResearch TPE331 power plant and Hartzell propellers. Airframe changes included an increase of 30 inches at the center wing section, increased rudder area, enlarged dorsal fin and longer tail cone. These changes allowed for a gross weight rating of 9,600 and baggage capacity of 600 lbs., the highest for a Twin Commander. Other changes such as the addition of a heated windshield, increased cabin pressure differential and standard de-icing equipment, changed the maximum ceiling rating from 25,000 feet to 31,000 feet.
  • Long range cruise
    288mph/250.3kts/463.4kmh (TAS) average at 31,000 ft., 9,449 meters, (96% rpm) with 45 min.
  • High speed cruise range
    320mph/278kts/515kmh (TAS) average at 25,000 ft., 7,620 meters (96% rpm) with 45 min.
  • Propellers
    Hartzell 3 blade, constant speed, full feathering and reversible
  • Cabin Volume
    224 ft³

N688TM

1967 Twin Commander 680V

  • Description
    Need this
  • Range
    Service Ceiling: 19,400 ft
  • Performance
    Max Speed: 199 knots kts | Normal Cruise: 173 knots kts
  • Power Plant
    2 Engines

N32GA

1974 Twin Commander 690A

  • Description
    The 690A, first produced in 1973, represented a significant advancement for turboprop Twin Commander aircraft. This model used the more powerful 251K variant of the AiResearch TPE331 power plant and Hartzell propellers. Airframe changes included an increase of 30 inches at the center wing section, increased rudder area, enlarged dorsal fin and longer tail cone. These changes allowed for a gross weight rating of 9,600 and baggage capacity of 600 lbs., the highest for a Twin Commander. Other changes such as the addition of a heated windshield, increased cabin pressure differential and standard de-icing equipment, changed the maximum ceiling rating from 25,000 feet to 31,000 feet.
  • Long range cruise
    288mph/250.3kts/463.4kmh (TAS) average at 31,000 ft., 9,449 meters, (96% rpm) with 45 min.
  • High speed cruise range
    320mph/278kts/515kmh (TAS) average at 25,000 ft., 7,620 meters (96% rpm) with 45 min.
  • Propellers
    Hartzell 3 blade, constant speed, full feathering and reversible
  • Cabin Volume
    224 ft³

N844CH

1978 Twin Commander 690B

  • Description
    The 690B first flew in 1976 and was similar to the 690A with increased weight ratings, two engine options and several modifications to the cabin interior including larger baggage space.
  • Long range cruise
    288mph/250.3kts/463.4kmh (TAS) average at 31,000 ft., 9,449 meters, (96% rpm) with 45 min.
  • High speed cruise range
    320mph/278kts/515kmh (TAS) average at 25,000 ft., 7,620 meters (96% rpm) with 45 min
  • Propellers
    Hartzell 3 blade, constant speed, full feathering and reversible
  • Cabin Volume
    224 ft³

N711PB

1976 Twin Commander 690A

  • Description
    The 690A, first produced in 1973, represented a significant advancement for turboprop Twin Commander aircraft. This model used the more powerful 251K variant of the AiResearch TPE331 power plant and Hartzell propellers. Airframe changes included an increase of 30 inches at the center wing section, increased rudder area, enlarged dorsal fin and longer tail cone. These changes allowed for a gross weight rating of 9,600 and baggage capacity of 600 lbs., the highest for a Twin Commander. Other changes such as the addition of a heated windshield, increased cabin pressure differential and standard de-icing equipment, changed the maximum ceiling rating from 25,000 feet to 31,000 feet.
  • Long range cruise
    288mph/250.3kts/463.4kmh (TAS) average at 31,000 ft., 9,449 meters, (96% rpm) with 45 min.
  • High speed cruise range
    320mph/278kts/515kmh (TAS) average at 25,000 ft., 7,620 meters (96% rpm) with 45 min.
  • Propellers
    Hartzell 3 blade, constant speed, full feathering and reversible
  • Cabin Volume
    224 ft³

N8907Q

Cessna 206

  • Description
  • Long range cruise
  • High speed cruise range
  • Propellers
  • Cabin Volume

N78NA

Twin Commander AC690B

  • Description
  • Long range cruise
  • High speed cruise range
  • Propellers
  • Cabin Volume

N534SA

Shrike Commander AC500S

  • Description
  • Long range cruise
  • High speed cruise range
  • Propellers
  • Cabin Volume

N690JK

Twin Commander AC690B

  • Description
  • Long range cruise
  • High speed cruise range
  • Propellers
  • Cabin Volume