Slingsby Aviation operated G-BLLS themselves for the first 8 years of its life from 1984 to 1992. Since then both schools and private owners have enjoyed this entry-level aerobatic trainer. The T67B is the English take on the C152 Aerobat or Robin R2112. Providing two seats thrills and basic aeros on the reliable Lycoming O-235 powerplant.
The engine is the reason G-BLLS was purchased, as it has only 153hrs since overhaul at CFS on 16th June 2016. This makes it ideal for flight training. The Sensenich 72CK-0-56 prop was overhauled on 11th May 2017 and had 151hrs SPOH. The aircraft is in ARC to 20th Jan 2023 and has 6741hrs TTAF. The panel is original with the addition of the Trig TY91 8.33khz Com, Becker Com, iPad holder and USB. Four-point hooker harnesses fitted.