Introduced in 1979, the Beechcraft 77 Skipper was developed with the aim to manufacture an easy to maintain, and low-cost aircraft for primary use in training facilities. Beechcraft had made the executive decision to incorporate a T-tail just before commencing productions. To surpass its competitors of training aircrafts the 77 Skipper has been built with side-by-side configuration seats, and was intended for low-speed aviation, utilizing a GA(W) – 1 airfoil. Other innovative constructions include tubular spars and honeycomb construction using bond-fastening, similarly to the 76 Duchess.
Red Box is pleased to offer a great range of ground power equipment for this aircraft, including tugs, ground power units, start power units, aviation tools, and more, which are perfectly suited to the requirements of the Beechcraft 77 Skipper aircraft.
The RBI9400T Mechanic Hand Trolley Case contains 166 BAHCO tools, ensuring that all maintenance jobs can be carried out with minimal stress, whilst the 701D Tug allows aircraft up to 4,500 lbs to be moved quickly and safely in tight areas.
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