Piaggio Turboprops for Sale

Piaggio’s aircraft-building activity stretches back to 1915, and the company had amassed plenty of experience developing twin-engine pusher aircraft before entering the Business Aviation market with its quick and distinctive-looking P.180 turboprop in 1990. The P.180 has since been refined and upgraded into today’s P.180 EVO model.

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Piaggio P-180 Avanti

Price: USD $1,250,000

Piaggio P-180 Avanti

Price: USD $1,250,000
Europe, Switzerland, For Sale by Lone Mountain Aircraft Sales
  • Year 2003
  • S/N 1066
  • Total Time 3270
Italian engineering at its finest the Avanti P180 has been gracing skies worldwide with her uniquely beautiful looks and equally
Jet speeds at turbo-prop costs
Updated 17 May 2021

Piaggio P-180 Avanti II

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Europe, United Kingdom - England, For Sale by Sky Park UK
  • Year 2009
  • S/N 1186
  • Total Time 848.1
This beautiful Piaggio P180 II is reluctantly for sale, With only 848 hours TT it is the lowest time Avanti II
Updated 18 Jan 2021

Piaggio P-180 Avanti II

Price: USD $3,000,000

Piaggio P-180 Avanti II

Price: USD $3,000,000
Asia, China, For Sale by Jerry Liu
  • Year 2012
  • S/N 1228
  • Total Time 233
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
Updated 15 Aug 2020
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Piaggio P-180 Avanti II

Price: USD $3,000,000

Piaggio P-180 Avanti II

Price: USD $3,000,000
Asia, China, For Sale by Jerry Liu
  • Year 2012
  • S/N 1229
  • Total Time 129
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
Updated 15 Aug 2020

Piaggio P-180 Avanti II

Price: USD $1,800,000

Piaggio P-180 Avanti II

Price: USD $1,800,000
North America + Canada, United States - TN, For Sale by Volar LLC
  • Year 2007
  • S/N 1145
  • Total Time 2500
• 2500 Hours TT, 715 Since Hots • Freshly Overhauled: Gear, Brakes & Props • ADSB & RVSM • Proline 21 • Upgrades:    o File Server System    o XM Weather    
Updated 05 Mar 2020

Piaggio Avanti EVO New

Europe, Germany, For Sale by AirGO Private Airline GmbH
  • Year -
  • S/N TBD
  • Total Time -
German AOC operation by most experienced Avanti operator with the largest Avanti fleet in Europe. Fast and easy enrolment: • No
Updated 04 Jun 2020
Piaggio P-180 Avanti II Exterior
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Piaggio P-180 Avanti II

Now Sold
Europe, United Kingdom, For Sale by Connectskies
  • Year 2008
  • S/N 1176
  • Total Time 2888
ConnectSkies are proud to exclusively represent this beautiful, low timed and very well maintained Piaggio P180 Avanti II with only 2888
Updated 08 Jul 2021
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FAQs: Piaggio Turboprops for Sale

Here are the most Frequently Asked Questions for Piaggio Turboprops for sale
  • How much does a Piaggio Avanti Cost?

    A 2020-model Piaggio Avanti EVO twin-engine turboprop costs $7.695m, according to B&CA data. Depending on the model, age and condition, buyers can purchase a used Piaggio Avanti aircraft for much less. For example, Aircraft Bluebook’s summer 2021 data shows that a 2010-model Piaggio Avanti II retails for approximately $2.5m, while a 2000-model P180 Avanti is $1.2m. An 1990-model costs $875k.

  • How many Piaggio Avanti turboprops are flying today?

    As of April 2021, there were 216 Piaggio Avantis flying worldwide, per JETNET. The Avanti II has the largest in-operation fleet, with 124 units. At the time of writing, there had been 26 Avanti retirements from a total 243 units built.

  • How far can I fly on a Piaggio Avanti turboprop?

    Piaggio Avantis offer maximum ranges between 1,364nm, in the case of the Piaggio Avanti II and EVO models, and 1,440nm for the P180 Avanti, according to Conklin & de Decker. These ranges are based on four passengers and available fuel aboard.

  • Which turboprops compete with the Piaggio Avanti models?

    The Beechcraft King Air 350 competes with the twin-engine Piaggio Avanti, with the King Air 350iER providing similar range capabilities to the Avanti EVO. However, the cabin volume and speed capabilities of of the Avanti are renowned, and places the aircarft in competition with some Light Jets.

Piaggio Turboprops Overview

By Matt Harris

The Piaggio P180 line of twin-engine turboprops from Piaggio Aerospace been a strong presence on the turboprop market for more than 20 years, with the latest model of the aircraft offering a range of improvements for operators.

Highly distinctive in appearance, the Avanti models utilize a radical design using a pusher-prop arrangement in which the engines are reversed on the wing. The wing itself is placed behind the passenger cabin, and a small forward wing is mounted at the end of the nose cone.

Since coming to the market, the Avanti aircraft have built a reputation for its generous cabin volume (on a par with larger jets), and high cruise speed capability.


Piaggio P180 Avanti

The Italian company’s first model for Business Aviation was certified in 1990, though production did not begin until later in that decade. The eight-passenger, two-crew Piaggio P180 Avanti is usually configured to accommodate six passengers and has a range of about 1,500nm.

Over the years, the line has attracted considerable interest from both private and corporate users.

In December 2020, the P180 Avanti and its successor aircraft – the P180 Avanti II and the Avanti EVO – hit a major milestone, notching up one million flight hours, according to Piaggio, since the first unit took off from Genoa Airport in 1986.

The company has produced almost 250 turboprop aircraft in total, with orders for a further 13 under various phases of completion as of late 2020.


Piaggio P180 Avanti II

The Piaggio P180 Avanti II arrived on the market in 2005, offering Business Aviation operators a more powerful option, with improvements to the avionics and in numerous other areas.

The Avanti II offers a range of 1,470nm, and features more powerful Pratt & Whitney PT6A-66B engines. A Collins Pro Line 21 flight deck replaces the Pro-Line II utilized by its predecessor. The avionics package is integrated with the P180 Avanti II’s navigation and communications systems, according to the company, and the Avanti II is certified for full IFR use with a single pilot.

As the company’s major offering for almost ten years, the Piaggio Avanti II secured a wide range of customers, from the CAEA (Beijing) Aviation Investment Co. to Ferrari. The manufacturer drew particular attention to the Avanti II’s attractive blend of elegance and high performance, which was combined into an economical package.

According to Piaggio, the aircraft has the ability to take off and land on runways of less than 1,000 metres in length; when combined with the platform’s steep approach certification, it means the Avanti II can fly into airports that are not available to scheduled airlines or some other business jets. 


Piaggio P180 Avanti EVO

Today, Piaggio offers the Piaggio Avanti EVO, which contains a wide range of advances over its predecessor, including scimitar propellers and new winglets. Piaggio says that the aircraft is the most efficient and greenest platform in its category.

The Avanti EVO can exceed 400 knots in speed, powered by Pratt & Whitney PT6A-66B engines, and can achieve a longer range than its predecessors, up to 1,809nm. The EVO can be equipped with an extra fuel tank to boost range, while it also has a larger cabin door than previous P180s versions.


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