Piper Navajo PA-31

The Piper PA-31 Navajo is a family of cabin-class, twin-engined aircraft designed and built by Piper Aircraft for the general aviation market, most using Lycoming engines. It was also license built in a number of Latin American countries. Targeted at small scale cargo and feeder liner operations and the corporate market, the aircraft was a success.

It continues to prove a popular choice, but due to greatly decreased demand across the general aviation sector in the 1980s, production of the PA-31 ceased in 1984. 

Features

- Twin piston engine powered aircraft
- Operate into short, rough dirt strips
- With more space and speed suits the needs of the corporate, hunter and safari clientele.

Maximum passengers : 7
Speed : 175kts (325km/h)
Endurance : 5 hours
Range : 790nm (1460km) with required fuel reserves