AERO COMMANDER 680 VH-PSG
Twin engine light passenger transport
History of VH-PSG
First registered in Australia in 1961, the aircraft operated in the Snowy Mountains before it came to Adelaide in 1967. Its ownership changed several times until it was finally purchased by Brenton Miller for operation on charter flights by Skytours Air Charter. The Aero Commander was purchased by the Museum in March 1990.
** Children are invited to visit the Aero Commander cockpit and “play pilot’.
Engines: 2 x 340 hp Lycoming supercharged, 6-cylinder, air cooled
Length: 12.5 m
Wing span: 15 m
Height: 4.4 m
Cruising Speed: 210 kts (386 kph)
Capacity: 1 pilot and 5–7 passengers