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Cirrus SR22 group forming at Liverpool

PostPosted:Sun Nov 29, 2009 2:13 pm
by Merlin83b
As some of you will know, I'm currently part of a group operating a very tidy Commander 114A, G-NATT at Liverpool. For a number of reasons, we're looking at selling this aircraft and regrouping around a Cirrus SR22. A couple of aircraft have been identified that could be suitable. Liverpool is a fantastic place to operate an aircraft like this from. It has full instrument approaches, lights and is H24 with no premium for operating "out of hours".

We are currently a group of 8, but are looking to increase this to something like 12. We're therefore seeking a few more pilots - perhaps as many as 6 - to join us in this.

Shares will come to something like £14k, running costs at something like £125 per month and £100 per hour wet. The aircraft will be hangared. The aircraft will be on the G register, and everyone in the group has an IR or IMC rating. (Or will have very soon...)

We're looking for expressions of interest in doing this - feel free to e-mail me, PM me, or reply to this thread as you feel appropriate.

PostPosted:Thu Dec 03, 2009 12:01 am
by steviem
Dan

Just seen this :D 8) :D 8) :D 8)

Few questions, might be of interest to others.

SR22-

Turbo?

TKS?

FIKI?

Ogygen?

ADF / DME?

PS - You have a PM also.

Traffic ?

Re: Cirrus SR22 group forming at Liverpool

PostPosted:Thu Dec 03, 2009 12:56 pm
by Merlin83b
Non turbo

Yes TKS

No FIKI

Probably oxygen, though likely a removable system

Yes ADF/DME - on the G reg

Yes traffic

Re: Cirrus SR22 group forming at Liverpool

PostPosted:Sat Apr 22, 2017 10:26 pm
by marioair
did this group ever form?

Re: Cirrus SR22 group forming at Liverpool

PostPosted:Sun Apr 23, 2017 11:57 pm
by Paul_Sengupta
And did it manage £100 an hour wet? :D

Re: Cirrus SR22 group forming at Liverpool

PostPosted:Sun Apr 14, 2019 11:52 pm
by OptimusPrime
Hi , does anyone know of any Cirrus groups in NW England?

Thanks


Merlin83b wrote:As some of you will know, I'm currently part of a group operating a very tidy Commander 114A, G-NATT at Liverpool. For a number of reasons, we're looking at selling this aircraft and regrouping around a Cirrus SR22. A couple of aircraft have been identified that could be suitable. Liverpool is a fantastic place to operate an aircraft like this from. It has full instrument approaches, lights and is H24 with no premium for operating "out of hours".

We are currently a group of 8, but are looking to increase this to something like 12. We're therefore seeking a few more pilots - perhaps as many as 6 - to join us in this.

Shares will come to something like £14k, running costs at something like £125 per month and £100 per hour wet. The aircraft will be hangared. The aircraft will be on the G register, and everyone in the group has an IR or IMC rating. (Or will have very soon...)

We're looking for expressions of interest in doing this - feel free to e-mail me, PM me, or reply to this thread as you feel appropriate.

Re: Cirrus SR22 group forming at Liverpool

PostPosted:Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:37 pm
by Iceman
I believe that the group still operates the same Commander.

Iceman 8)

Re: Cirrus SR22 group forming at Liverpool

PostPosted:Fri Apr 19, 2019 9:22 am
by FlightDek
G-NATT is still at Liverpool. I know one of the members and had a quick flight in it a few weeks ago

Re: Cirrus SR22 group forming at Liverpool

PostPosted:Tue Apr 23, 2019 3:37 pm
by dpicky
OptimusPrime wrote:Hi , does anyone know of any Cirrus groups in NW England?


Check out viewtopic.php?f=3&t=112031

Re: Cirrus SR22 group forming at Liverpool

PostPosted:Thu May 09, 2019 4:14 pm
by Merlin83b
I'm still in the G-NATT group and we're still happily operating it at Liverpool. At least two more attempts to group a Cirrus have happened by members of our group and for whatever reason they've each failed. 'TT is obviously just too good a proposition!