ROBIN ALPHA SPORT R2112 – 1981
This is a sensibly priced example of the 2 seat metal semi-aerobatic aircraft produced by Robin with a manufacture run in the early ‘80s, and again in the mid ‘90s as the 160hp version and now in production in New Zealand as the ALPHA 160.
It is a tough aeroplane, we know of examples with over 8000 hours, and makes an excellent economic tourer with outstanding visibility, with added fun of loops and rolls for those qualified.
Mostly hangared and no accident history. All ADs have been complied with. Interior beautifully re-furbished in dark blue including leather seats. Excellent aircraft for low hours PPL.
TTA 3680 hrs approx.
TTE 1550 hrs since zero houred
TTP 1550 – next o/haul due at 2000hrs
New Annual/ARC Oct 2018
Price: £26,000 no VAT
ROBIN HR200/120B – 1994
Originally sold new by us in 1994 to a flying club, and after several years as a club trainer had been in storage in a hangar for 2 years from 2015 until 2017, when it was extensively overhauled to new Annual/ARC at Fast Aviation, Bournemouth. Since then, interior has been refurbished, magnetos overhauled and new battery fitted.
This is one of the Mk2 second production runs in France of the HR200 from 1993 onwards. A delightful 2 seat tourer or a very robust and economic trainer, with crisp handling and outstanding visibility.
Spares are available from the original manufacturers Robin in France, or from Alpha Aviation in NZ, where the type is now produced as the ALPHA 120.
Airframe hours at 7100 are typical of the type, and there are no airframe fatigue life limitation.
TTA 7100 hrs approx.
TTE 1300 hrs since zero houred Feb 2012
TTP 1300 – next o/haul due at 2000hrs
New Annual/ARC Mar 2019
£28,000 plus VAT