Aircraft N10133 Data

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1980 Swearingen SA-226TC Metro II C/N TC-383

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Airframe Info

Model:SA-226TC Metro II    Search all Swearingen SA-226TC Metro II
Year built:1980
Construction Number (C/N):TC-383
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats:22
Number of Engines:2
Engine Type:Turboprop
Engine Manufacturer and Model:Garrett AiResearch TPE331-10UA
Also Registered As:
VH-SSV  Registered
SE-IKZ  De-registered
D-IBAN  De-registered  Delivery: 1981-02-00


Registration Number:N10133
Mode S (ICAO24) Code:A00B02
Current Status:Manufacturer Reigistration


Owner:Swearingen Aircraft Corp
United States

1948 Ryan Navion C/N NAV-4-1766

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Total 7 photos. View all photos
Latest photos of N10133
  • N10133 @ KOSH - At 2017 EAA AirVenture at Oshkosh - by Terry Fletcher by Terry Fletcher @ KOSH
  • N10133 @ KOSH - Ryan Navion - by Mark Pasqualino by Mark Pasqualino @ KOSH
  • N10133 - Taken on the ramp at Moore Army Airfield, Fort Devens, MA in early 1972.  Color scheme at that time was red with white stripes.  We called it Big Red.  This photo was taken just before I took it flying. - by Jim Sheldon by Jim Sheldon
  • N10133 @ FTW - At Meacham Field - Fort Worth, TX - by Zane Adams by Zane Adams @ FTW

Airframe Info

Model:Navion    Search all Ryan Navion
Year built:1948
Construction Number (C/N):NAV-4-1766
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing single engine
Number of Seats:4
Number of Engines:1
Engine Type:Reciprocating
Engine Manufacturer and Model:Cont Motor E185 SERIES


Registration Number:N10133
Mode S (ICAO24) Code:A00B48
Certification Class:Standard
Certification Issued:1998-12-17
Air Worthiness Test:1958-08-27
Last Action Taken:2007-12-18
Current Status:Valid


Registration Type:Individual
Address:Hurst, TX 76054
United States

User Comments

Glenn E. Chatfield, 2011-12-12 19:31:27
 This aircraft is L-17B 48-1060
Donald S Baker, 2012-09-27 19:12:16
 I remember working on N10133 and its sister ship N10132 while they were both flying with the Fort Cevens Flying Club. My Father Donald P Baker was an active member with the flying club. We would spend many a Happy Day either flying somewhere, working on it, wash & waxing the aircraft. In 1971 I became a licensed A&P and so my name is in the log book(s). Many of the older pictures I have are in color slide form.