2013 DIAMOND DA42NG

Diamond DA42NG For Sale

2013 DIAMOND DA42NG

The DA42 is a four-passenger twin-engine airplane with a maximum takeoff weight of 3,935 pounds. Empty weight averages around 2,750 pounds. The fuselage is of semimonocoque construction and the airplane’s smooth lines result from extensive use of fiberglass and carbon-fiber materials and production technology. The wings feature two-spar fail-safe technology. Fuel is stored in aluminum tanks in the wings. Standard fuel capacity is 52 gallons with 50 usable. Extended-range tanks are an option and are installed in the aft part of each engine nacelle. Fuel capacity with the extended-range tanks is 79 gallons with 76 usable.

The DA42 is an electric airplane. The retractable-landing-gear system is actuated hydraulically by an electric motor driving a hydraulic pump. The landing-gear sequencing valves are electrically controlled, as are the wastegates for the engine turbocharger systems. The two-position flaps also are electrically actuated.

There are three batteries. The main battery is a 24-volt 10-amp-hour size. Electrical power is provided by two 24-volt 60-amp alternators — one on each engine. There also is a 24-volt 1.3-amp-hour alternator-excitation battery to provide alternator start-up (excitation) voltage if the main battery is discharged below the required excitation threshold. The third battery is a stand-alone emergency battery that powers the electric artificial horizon and an instrument floodlight for one and a half hours.

This aircraft manufactured in 2013, from 2013 until now the owner only flew 436.7 hours. The reason aircraft owner wants to sell is due he bought a new aircraft. This aircraft still in good shape in terms of engine, airframe and avionics. The engine TBO (time between overhaul) is expected when reach 2000 hours still have plenty of operational hours.

Advantages of this aircarft :

  • Using Jet A1 fuel easily can get the fuel from any airport because it share the same fuel of Jet Aircraft
  • Aircraft Endurance up to 7 hours if plus with using auxiliary tanks
  • High fuel efficiency
  • Superb twin engine performance
  • Four seater, comfortable seating in terms of spacing
  • Panoramic canopy
  • Pilot choice aircraft

PRICE : TBA

2006 DIAMOND DA42

DA42

2006 DIAMOND DA42

The DA42 is a four-passenger twin-engine airplane with a maximum takeoff weight of 3,935 pounds. Empty weight averages around 2,750 pounds. The fuselage is of semimonocoque construction and the airplane’s smooth lines result from extensive use of fiberglass and carbon-fiber materials and production technology. The wings feature two-spar fail-safe technology. Fuel is stored in aluminum tanks in the wings. Standard fuel capacity is 52 gallons with 50 usable. Extended-range tanks are an option and are installed in the aft part of each engine nacelle. Fuel capacity with the extended-range tanks is 79 gallons with 76 usable.

The DA42 is an electric airplane. The retractable-landing-gear system is actuated hydraulically by an electric motor driving a hydraulic pump. The landing-gear sequencing valves are electrically controlled, as are the wastegates for the engine turbocharger systems. The two-position flaps also are electrically actuated.

There are three batteries. The main battery is a 24-volt 10-amp-hour size. Electrical power is provided by two 24-volt 60-amp alternators — one on each engine. There also is a 24-volt 1.3-amp-hour alternator-excitation battery to provide alternator start-up (excitation) voltage if the main battery is discharged below the required excitation threshold. The third battery is a stand-alone emergency battery that powers the electric artificial horizon and an instrument floodlight for one and a half hours.

Front-seat comfort is so good that after nearly eight hours of cross-country flight from Paso Robles, California, to Wichita’s Colonel James Jabara Airport, I was able to jump back in N240TS and successfully fly an hour-and-a-half formation flight so that Mike Fizer, AOPA Pilot senior photographer, could shoot his masterful in-flight photos of the DA42. Formation flight in the DA42 is a breeze simply because the Thielert Centurion 1.7 engines are very responsive, and the visibility from the front seats is impressive.

The DA42 has a center stick control — which is unusual in a new airplane — but it’s easy to get accustomed to. It’s more of a hassle to figure out how to negotiate the stick while settling into the pilot’s seat than it is to use it to control the airplane.

2013 DIAMOND DA42NG

2013 DIAMOND DA42NG

2013 DIAMOND DA42NG

The DA42 is a four-passenger twin-engine airplane with a maximum takeoff weight of 3,935 pounds. Empty weight averages around 2,750 pounds. The fuselage is of semimonocoque construction and the airplane’s smooth lines result from extensive use of fiberglass and carbon-fiber materials and production technology. The wings feature two-spar fail-safe technology. Fuel is stored in aluminum tanks in the wings. Standard fuel capacity is 52 gallons with 50 usable. Extended-range tanks are an option and are installed in the aft part of each engine nacelle. Fuel capacity with the extended-range tanks is 79 gallons with 76 usable.

The DA42 is an electric airplane. The retractable-landing-gear system is actuated hydraulically by an electric motor driving a hydraulic pump. The landing-gear sequencing valves are electrically controlled, as are the wastegates for the engine turbocharger systems. The two-position flaps also are electrically actuated.

There are three batteries. The main battery is a 24-volt 10-amp-hour size. Electrical power is provided by two 24-volt 60-amp alternators — one on each engine. There also is a 24-volt 1.3-amp-hour alternator-excitation battery to provide alternator start-up (excitation) voltage if the main battery is discharged below the required excitation threshold. The third battery is a stand-alone emergency battery that powers the electric artificial horizon and an instrument floodlight for one and a half hours.

Front-seat comfort is so good that after nearly eight hours of cross-country flight from Paso Robles, California, to Wichita’s Colonel James Jabara Airport, I was able to jump back in N240TS and successfully fly an hour-and-a-half formation flight so that Mike Fizer, AOPA Pilot senior photographer, could shoot his masterful in-flight photos of the DA42. Formation flight in the DA42 is a breeze simply because the Thielert Centurion 1.7 engines are very responsive, and the visibility from the front seats is impressive.

The DA42 has a center stick control — which is unusual in a new airplane — but it’s easy to get accustomed to. It’s more of a hassle to figure out how to negotiate the stick while settling into the pilot’s seat than it is to use it to control the airplane.