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LN-GBG

 
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Owner: NTNU Flyklubb
Manufacturer: Alexander Schleicher GmbH & Co Segelflugzeugbau
Model: ASK 13
Serial no: 13103
Max TOW: 480 kg
Base:
Information on grey backgroud are verified information from the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority and The Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority
 
Other aircraft owned by NTNU Flyklubb (4):
LN-GIK, LN-GLX, LN-GCG, LN-GCN,
 
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Published changes to this aircraft:  
2014-12-01 Owner Name Changed NTNU Flyklubb  
2008-09-01 Owner Name Changed Norges Tekniske Høgskoles Flyklubb  
2007-11-01 Adress Changed NTH Flyklubb  
   
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Buy ASK 13 aircraft at globalplanesearch.com | Find related accident reports (aibn.no)  
Installed Radio Equipment: (category only in norwegian)
Model (number installed) Manufacturer Category
ATR 720 (1) Avionic Dittel VHF Kommunikasjonsutstyr
 
Recent public records for this aircraft (registration mark search only, possibly wrong on some deleted aircrafts):

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Old public records for this aircraft, from before August 2011 (entries only in norwegian):
Date:
From/To:
Document:
30.08.10
Norges Tekniske Høgskoles Flyklubb
N-ARC siste gangs forlengelse
25.08.10
Sun Microsystems AS
Vedlikeholdsrapport
18.02.10
NTH-Flyklubb
Duplikat av luftdyktighetsbevis EASA Form 25
19.06.09
NTH-Flyklubb
Forlengelse av National Airworthiness Review Certificate
07.06.09
Ole John Aske
vedlikeholdsrapport
26.09.08
NTH Flyklubb
Utstedelse av EASA Form 25 kontinuerlig luftdyktighetsbevis
09.09.08
NTH Flyklubb
Utstedelse av Airworthiness Review Cwertificate - N-ARC
22.06.08
Geir Raudsanmoen
vedlikeholdsrapport
30.03.06
Ole John Aske
Vedlikeholdsrapport (VR)
       
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