AD Aerospace Aerospace T-211

The T-211 is a light aircraft designed by John Thorp in 1945 in the United States. This low-wing monoplane features a conventional layout with fixed tricycle undercarriage and a sliding canopy. The initial design, powered by a Lycoming O-145 engine, faced challenges in the Cessna-dominated aviation market and was subsequently put on hold until the 1970s. During this time, the T-211, introduced in 1953, emerged with the more powerful Continental O-200-A engine. Notably, the T-211 shares design similarities with the Piper Cherokee, a later creation that benefited from significant input from John Thorp.

Red Box is delighted to present an extensive range of ground power equipment for the AD Aerospace T-211 aircraft. This includes tugs, ground power units, start power units and more, all thoughtfully tailored to meet the specific requirements of the T-211.

Our offerings feature the 701 tug, and the RBPS50 continuous power unit. The RBPS50 is ideal for diagnostic work, pre-flight checks, or continuous powering of equipment during operations. Additionally, the RB25A is available for starting the aircraft, helping to prevent hot starts. For added convenience, our TC3000 range offers a combination of start and continuous power in a single unit designed for the AD Aerospace T-211 aircraft.

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