2012 Brändli BX-2 Cherry

PlaneTime is proud to offer this 2012 Brändli BX-2 Experimental Aircraft.

The Brändli BX-2 Cherry is two-seat sport homebuilt aircraft, designed by Max Brändli. More than a hundred had been constructed by 2010.
Max Brändli designed the Cherry in 1979 when he was 55 years old and started its construction in his cellar. He carried out all the structural and aerodynamic calculations and supervised the building, which took 3½ years and 5,500 hours of work. He also flew it on its first flight on 24 April 1982.
The Cherry is a low wing monoplane. It has a wood-framed fuselage and wings with wooden spars, styrofoam cores and glass fibre covering. The inner sections of the wings have constant chord and carry flaps; the outer sections are straight tapered with ailerons. The wings can be removed rapidly for transport. The tail surfaces are straight tapered and the stabilator is fitted with a full-span anti-servo tab.

The Cherry seats two, in side-by-side configuration under a large, almost fully transparent, forward sliding canopy. It has a retractable tricycle undercarriage, with simple, outward folding main gear.

This particular aircraft, registered PH-VWC, was first registered in September 2012, constructed by the current owner and in immaculate condition.


Type: Brandli BX-2 Cherry
Aircraft Registration: PH-VWC
Manufacturer Serial Number: 032
Maximum Take-Off Mass: 550 kg
Year of Manufacturing: 2012
Total Time on Airframe: 185
Engines: 1x BMW R1150GS
Engine Power: 85 hp
Total Time on Engines: 185
Propellers: Neuform 3-bladed ground adjustable
Total Time on Propellers: 145

MGL Avionics Stratomaster Voyager
TRIG Mode-S Transponder
MGL 8.33 Khz VHF COM Radio


Leather seats in good condition


Yellow and red in good condition


Electrical Fuel Pump
Second altimeter
Standby compass
Standby ASI
ACR Sarlink PLB
Cabin heater
12V Cabin power outlet

Price: € 37.500 (VAT free)