Success. We found Canadian Aircraft IBNS in the National Airplane Title Database. The IBNS is for a Basic Ultra-light of the Aeroplane category and was manufactured by Back Bone.
IBNS is a 01/01/2002 Back Bone Seraph 125 (Aeroplane) used for Private purposes. If it was imported into Canada, then the date of import would be listed .
Our Aircraft decoder found that IBNS belongs to a Back Bone Seraph 125 with a serial number of 4062 and 1 engines made by the engine maker RDM 100 to be an engine-type of Piston.
The number of seats on this aircraft was counted as 1 seats so it can actually take off with 159 kilograms of weight.
The Canadian Aircraft mark (IBNS) was issued on 14/01/2009 and is effective from 14/01/2009 until given dates with a certificate of (number: )
Back Bone does not actually manufacture planes but rather they assemble them in CANADA for use in Quebec, CANADA
IBNS has its 'home' airport in Sept-Iles and is currently Registered with a status of A (A for active). The owner is a Individual with the name Jonathan Gauthier and has a street address in Quebec, CANADA: 51; rue Blais, Sept-+les, G4R4Z7.
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