Australian Frontline Machinery is opening the hangar doors once again offering the public the opportunity to own a piece of Australian aviation military history.
CAPTION: One of eight PC-9A aircraft for sale by on-line auction, with no reserve. Photo supplied.
Bids will start from $1 as the global online aviation auction kicks off on Friday, 12 March 2021, with no reserve.
The primary aircraft up for auction include 8 Pilatus PC-9/A Roulette trainers, 4 Schleicher ASK 21 Mi gliders, and an Aermacchi MB-326 ‘Macchi’ jet training aid.
In addition to these well-known aircraft there will be more than 200,000 aviation spare parts and equipment. The aircraft come in a range of used conditions, including near complete aircraft with avionics and mechanical components with varying configurations.
Highly sought after CAMM2 Data will be provided to approved bidders with physical inspections recommended for those able to attend the event during inspection week (15-19th March 2021).
For those unable to attend, there will be thorough video inspections across all aircraft and selected aviation spare parts and equipment.
Live videos, Q&A sessions with aviation experts and aviation podcasts will be available to download. Highlighting the March 2021 Aviation Auction will be the 2019 retired Pilatus PC-9/A aircraft.
With only 265 built worldwide, not only are these highly desired aircraft by the public, but their available spare parts are guaranteed to attract a flurry of bidding in the race to secure parts that are no longer available for the PC-9A. The March 2021 Aviation Auction will be hosted by Pickles Auctions and to be held online only, with no reserve.