Model 727-100 EXECUTIVE
Location Potomac, Maryland
Serial Number 20533
Registration Number VP-BIF
Total Time 11000 Hours
Flight Rules IFR
Number Of Seats 22
The Last 727-100 made!
This aircraft was the last Boeing 727-100 manufactured, rolling off theproduction line in late 1971. The aircraft features the same wing, landinggear, fuel tanks and pressurization system as the 727-200, as well as theAutopak trip. It is the lowest timed 727-100 in the world today and has neverseen commercial operation. To meet Stage 3 and stage 4 noise and emissionrequirements, the number 1 and 3 engines have been replaced with JT8D-217engines, each providing 22,000 lb. thrust (the center -9A engine has 14,500 lb.thrust). Winglets and a flap droop system were added to give the aircraftsuperior cruise performance and substantially increased stability at highaltitudes.
AIRFRAME:Hours Since New: 11,000Total Landings: 5,000Engine Specs:
ENGINES: Stage 3 and Low Utilization CertificateModels: #1 – P&W JT8D-217C Serial Number 726993#2 – P&W JT8D-9A Serial Number 665687#3 – P&W JT8D-217C Serial Number 726992Hours Since New: #1 – 2,000#2 – 9,642#3 – 2,000Last ASB 6435: #1 – April 2006#3 – April 2006Last ASB 6431: #2 – July 2005APU: GTCP85-98CK Serial Number P36174Modifications/Conversions:
The extended range fuel capacity of 70,000 lb. gives VP-BIF a comfortable
4187 nm or 8.5 hours of cruise at .82 (most efficient speed) with NBAA/IFR
AVIONICS:EFIS: Digital Collins 86-CIRS: Honeywell Lasernav IICOMM: Dual Collins 618M-2BDME: Dual Collins DME 42ADF: Dual Collins 51Y-2Selcal: Jetcall 5HF: Dual Collins 618-T2BRad Alt: Collins 860-FlNAV: Dual Collins VIR 32Trans: Dual Collins TDR 94FMS: Dual Universal UNS 1LRadar: Collins WXR 250BFAS: Collins PRE 8OBAutopilot: Sperry SP-50-GTCAS: TCAS II Version 7CVR: YesFDR: YesRVSM: Yes8.33 Khz Spacing: YesFM Immunity: YesEGPWS: HoneywellPhone: IridiumExterior:
EXTERIOR:Lower fuselage is Navy. Upper fuselage is White with Blue and Graystone coach lines. Nodoublers or patches.Interior:
INTERIOR:The 25 passenger cabin was designed by Donald Thompson and Associates. It isupholstered in Cream and Taupe leather and cloth. Manual accordion window shades.Forward Entryway:Entry to the aircraft is via built in airstairs which retract into the left side cabin, aft of theentry door. Right side crew galley and storage area. Forward right side toilet and vanity,hanging clothes closet.Forward Lounge and Dining Area:Right side curved 4-place couch with coffee table and two berthable chairs with anexecutive writing table. Left side has two berthable chairs with an executive writing tableand a curved 5-place couch with table. Aft left side conference group for four with largetable. Large forward right side video monitor.Master Stateroom and Master lavatory:Queen Size bed with video monitor. Toilet and bidet with deluxe vanity. Clothes closet onright side.Galley:Large full gourmet galley with microwave, convection oven, two burner stove, sink, ice andlarge dry storage area.Aft Cabin:Seating for eight with two right side double rows of business class chairs. Left side 4-placeconference group with a large table. Large video monitor in forward bulkhead. Aft leftside double hanging closets and right side toilet with vanity. Rear integral airstairs.Inspection Status:
Maintenance Program:The aircraft has a full Boeing CPCP program defined in the Maintenance Schedule and is fullycompliant. The aircraft has been operating under the standard Boeing Low Utilization program andhas been transitioned to the new MSG-3 Boeing Low Utilization program under which the Cchecks are performed at 24 month intervals.Maintenance Status: Fresh C check January 2006The aircraft has full Valsan ARE@ conversion including winglets system. Boeing Long RangeTanks.Engine Corrosion inspection 6435 performed on #1 and #3 engines April 2006. Not due again until2015. Engine Corrosion inspection 6431 performed on #2 engine July 2005.