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Pilatus Porter History
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S/N 767

S/N: 767 Built: 1976 TSN: 4'924
Registration Type Operator / Owner From To Remarks
HB-FGO PC-6/B2-H2 Pilatus Flugzeugwerke AG 1976-08-25 1976-09-27 Ferry registration
1311 PC-6/B2-H2 Kaset - Royal Thai Agricultural Division 1976-09 1997-06 crs prior May'96
N7895J PC-6/B2-H2 Styles Aviation Inc 1997-06-16 2001-02-09 overhauled and new painted
N7895J PC-6/B2-H2 Skydive Vera Cruz, Brasil / Joda LLC 2001-02-09 2001-10 dd 29-Jan-01, wo 16-Feb-01
N7895J PC-6/B2-H2 Styles Sales and Leasing Inc. 2001-10 2002-11 rebuilt and cvt to B2-H4
N7895J PC-6/B2-H4 Styles Sales and Leasing Inc. 2002-11 2003-04-02 1st US PC-6 with PT6A-34
N7895J PC-6/B2-H4 Vertical Air Inc. 2003-04-02 2012 crashed 3-Oct-05 at Skydive Deland
N7895J PC-6/B2-H4 Fiftyfilms 2012 STORED airframe used for film work
           

N7895J of Styles Aviation Inc overhauled and fresh painted - Photo by Styles Aviation © 2000 N7895J of Styles Aviation Inc cockpit panel - Photo by Styles Aviation © 2000
N7895J damaged in severe windstorm at Viracopas - Photo courtesy by Arkansas Airframe © 16-Feb-01 N7895J repaired as the 1st US PC-6 with a PT6A-34 engine - Photo by Peter Bernasconi © 19-Feb-03
N7895J of Vertical Air with Austrian National Team 4-matrix - Photo by Karl Heinz Woytech © May-03 N7895J of Vertical Air Inc at Skydive Deland in its new livery - Photo by Jason Paur © Dec-03
N7895J after the accident at Skydive Deland - Photo by Phil Torpe © 2009

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