GroupNovember Juliet Flying Group is a friendly and efficiently run group based in the North West of England.
There are many benefits of being part of a flying group:
AircraftThe group owns and operates N2943D, a Piper Arrow IV PA28RT-201.
The aircraft is based at Liverpool John Lennon Airport and has previously been based at City Airport, Manchester.
Piper Arrow IV PA28RT-201 N2943D
With its zero-timed 200 horsepower Lycoming IO-360-C1C6 engine, a new Hartzell Scimitar constant speed propeller and retractable landing gear, the Arrow IV is a complex type variant of the popular PA28 Cherokee family, which makes it a natural progression for pilots with experience of flying the Warrior and the Archer.
Delivering a cruise speed of 135 knots, with long range tanks providing up to 6 hours endurance, upgraded digital avionics and a complete interior refurbishment, this aircraft is a capable, 4 seat, cross country tourer. There is excellent availability and we have an online booking system.
Each member of the group owns one 1/10th share in the aircraft.
When all ten shares are taken we operate a waiting list to allow potential new members to register interest and to be notified as soon as another share becomes available.
The N2943D Bookings and Members areas of this website are only accessible to group members.
Liverpool John Lennon AirportLiverpool John Lennon Airport, is a popular International Airport with tarmac runways and full Instrument Landing System (ILS). Formerly known as Speke Airport, RAF Speke and Liverpool Airport, the airport is located within the City of Liverpool adjacent to the estuary of the River Mersey.
Built in part of the grounds of Speke Hall, the airport started scheduled flights in 1930 with a service by Imperial Airways via Barton Aerodrome, Manchester and Castle Bromwich Aerodrome, Birmingham to Croydon Airport near London. During World War 2 the airport was taken over by the Royal Air Force and was known as RAF Speke.
In 2007 the reconstruction of the main runway and taxiways was completed.
When not flying, N2943D is kept in the KeenAir hangar.
Location of Liverpool John Lennon Airport
City Airport, ManchesterCity Airport, Manchester, or Barton Aerodrome as we still prefer to call it, has grass runways and is steeped in history dating back to 29 January 1930 when it first opened. Barton became the first municipal airfield in the UK to be licensed by the Air Ministry.
When based at Barton, N2943D was kept in the large Pemberton hangar, which was originally designed to house the most advanced passenger aircraft of the day, the Imperial Airways Argosy.
With its Grade II listed Control Tower (the first one to be built in the UK) Barton retains the character of a grass airfield, and yet, is conveniently located 5 miles west of Manchester City Centre, close to the intersection of the M60 and M62 motorways.
Location of City Airport, Manchester
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