• For Sale
  • 1979
  • N700YW
  • 70029
  • Airmont, WV USA

219000 $219,000 USD

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    • For Sale
    • 1979
    • N700YW
    • 70029
    • Airmont, WV USA

    MultiCorp Aviation

    Roger Battistoni

    General Specs (cont.)


    1651 SMOH

    605 SMOH

    202 SMOH

    184 SMOH






    Additional Classifications

    Detailed Description

    Asking $199,000 Make offer
    The aircraft has just completed its annual.  Seller is willing NOT to include the part aircraft as part of the sale to accept a much lower offer.  
    In addition to N700YW, the sale includes N701YW which is another Commander 700 that has 3241 Total time and 886 and 428 hours on the engine.  Aircraft is located at Fort Lauderdale Executive
    History of this Aircraft:
    The Rockwell Commander 700 is one of the most undervalued pressurized twins on the market.  It was designed and built by Fuji Heavy Industries in Japan, and then sent to Rockwell International in the US for assembly.  This is one of the best designed and well built aircraft on the market today, Rockwell and Fuji eventually wanted to make this aircraft a 12,000 gross take off weight aircraft with PT-6's, so they built the structure for that purpose.  This twin can maintain sea level pressure in the cabin all the way to 14,000 feet, and has a ceiling of 25,000 feet.  It has TIO-540 mounted on the plane (same as the Navajo), and will cruise at 200 knots at 75% power at 18,000 feet burning 37-40 gallons per hour.  The cabin is one of the quietest cabins in its class, hold 210 Gallons of fuel and has a 1612 lbs. useful load.  
    The aircraft 2 inches wider than a King Air C90 and 4 inches taller, in fact the inside is so large, the entire cabin of a 414 can fit inside the cabin of the Rockwell Commander 700.  To put things in perspective, the 700 is 3 inches wider and 10 inches taller than a Cessna 414. The width of the Commander allows for a staggering 18 inches between armrests, making it easy for anyone to walk right up to the cockpit and sit down.  
    There are two baggage areas on the 700, one inside the cabin which can accommodate 400 lbs of cargo, and a nose baggage compartment that can accommodate 300 lbs of cargo.  
    This is an all weather aircraft, full known icing, with Air Conditioning and one of the very few aircraft in existence today that does not have a AD on the airframe.  When Rockwell and Fuji designed this aircraft they knew parts would be a concern, since only 32 were built they decided to use almost all over the counter parts, so most parts can be found easily.  The engines are standard Lycoming engines as are all of the accessories.  In addition, we have a list of places that have plenty of parts to keep these plane flying for a long time.
    This is a Corporate Flight Department Aircraft that is professionally flown

    Avionics / Equipment

    Avionics (completed in 2009):
    Garmin 340 Audio Panel
    New Garmin 430 WAAS 
    KX 175B
    Stratus ES ADSB transponder 
    EDM 760 14 Probe Engine Monitor with TIT
    FS-450 Fuel Flow and Fuel Totalizer System
    Garmin 696 hard wired into 430 with weather and class II Electronic Flight Bag (EFB)
    King KCS 55A HSI
    KFC 200 three axis autopilot with Yaw Damper 
    Collins Radar
    Co-Pilot Instruments
    406 Mhz ELT


    No Known Damage History

    Engines / Mods / Prop

    TSIO-540-R2AD Engine (same a Navajo) -  1800 TBO
    Right Engine - Overhauled  in 2006 to new limits. 
    Left Engine - Overhauled in 1998.

    Interior / Exterior

    Paint (7 out of 10)
     2011 - New Paint with a beautiful custom paint scheme. All stainless steel screws replaces, all new seals.  All flight controls removed and balanced.  
    Interior (7 out of 10)
    2011 - New Interior with beautiful leather with all new foam, new side panels, new headliner.  New Carpet in 2022


    Specifications and/or descriptions are provided as introductory information. They do not constitute representations or warranties of MultiCorp Aviation.  The offer for sale of this aircraft is subject to contract and the aircraft may at any time be withdrawn from the market without prior notice. Specification is subject to verification by the purchaser and MultiCorp Aviation is not responsible for errors or omissions in such specifications and/or descriptions.