Piper Meridian Turboprops for Sale

Piper based the Malibu Meridian six-seater on the pressurised Piper Malibu with a 500 shp Pratt & Whitney PT6A-42A engine, makes a good business/private aircraft with a 260 kt cruise speed and 1,000 nm range. The current model, which has Garmin G1000 avionics, has a comfortable main cabin in club-four layout, accessed through a rear airstair door.

Sorry no location available with such name.

Sort By:

  • Most Recent
  • Year - Low to High
  • Year - High to Low
  • TT - Low to High
  • TT - High to Low
  • S/N - Low to High
  • S/N - High to Low
  • Price - Low to High
  • Price - High to Low

MRO Special Industry Guide Vol IV

Read Now

Piper Meridian

Price: €920,000 Plus Tax
Piper Meridian on the runway
  • 3

Piper Meridian

Price: €920,000 Plus Tax
Europe, Germany, For Sale by Piper Deutschland AG
  • Year 2001
  • S/N 4697108
  • Total Time 2385
On behalf of a client we offer without obligation this beautiful: PIPER PA-46-500TP MALIBU MERIDIAN D - F
Updated 10 Aug 2022

Piper Meridian

Off market
  • 1

Piper Meridian

Off market
North America + Canada, United States - MD, For Sale by Aeromanagement Group
  • Year 2012
  • S/N TBD
  • Total Time 1300
Low Time 1300 Hours GARMIN 1000 KN63 DME BFGoodrich Stormscope
Updated 18 Jul 2022
Sold

Piper Meridian

Now Sold
North America + Canada, United States - CO, For Sale by High Performance Aircraft
  • Year 2013
  • S/N 4697503
  • Total Time 1115
G1000 Package * Only 1,095 Total Time Since New *No Damage History * Always Hangared * Complete Log Books Since New * Annual Done November 2021
Updated 13 Jul 2022
Showing 1 - 3 of 3
Can’t find your perfect Aircraft? Connect with our network to help you find it today.
Piper Meridian
Please be as specific as possible, e.g. 'no older than...' or 'cabin layout desired'
By submitting this form, you accept our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.
Selling Aircraft? - Visit our Sell Aircraft page to see all your options
Piper Meridian Turboprop
Price Data
Find the latest prices, market data and asset valuations for Piper Meridian Turboprops from the world's leading aviation data providers - JetNet, Aircraft Blue Book and Asset Insight.
Piper Meridian Turboprop
Specification
  • Turboprops Piper Meridian Specifications
    Range NM
    1091
    Range – Seats Full N.M.
    489
    MTOW LBS
    5092
    B.O.W W/Crew LBS
    3663
    Payload - Full Fuel LBS
    331
    Normal Cruise Speed KTAS
    262
    L/Range Cruise Speed KTAS
    225
    Cabin Height FT
    3.90
    Cabin Width FT
    4.20
    Cabin Length FT
    12.30
    Cabin Volume CU FT
    106.00
    Baggage Vol.Ext CU FT
    20.00
    Seats Executive
    5
    Crew / Passengers
    1 / 5
    Door Height FT
    3.80
    Door Width FT
    2.00
    Balanced Field Length FT
    2000
    Landing Dist FT
    1950
    Engine Model
    PT6A-42A
    Engines
    1
    R.O.C All Engines FT PER MIN
    1556
    Useable Fuel LBS
    1140
    VFR Maximum Range
    1072
    All data courtesy of Conklin & de Decker

FAQs: Piper Meridian Turboprops for Sale

Here are the most Frequently Asked Questions for Piper Meridian Turboprops for sale
  • How much does a Piper Meridian cost?

    The Piper Meridian costs between $0.55m for a 2001 model, and $1.40m for a 2015 model, according to Aircraft Bluebook’s Summer 2022 price data. These values represent the average retail price for a model year, however, there will be variation in price between one model and the next – even from the same year of manufacture. A sale price is driven by several variables including maintenance condition, the time remaining before the next overhaul is due, and airframe time. Moreover, in the case of some older Piper Meridian models, those which have been retrofitted with the more modern Garmin G1000 flight panel will hold greater value compared to ones retaining the original avionics.

  • What competes with the Piper Meridian?

    There is a range of alternative options for operators to consider, such as the Daher TBM 850, which can accommodate up to five passengers and has a maximum range of 1,585nm.

  • What makes the Piper Meridian stand out?

    The Piper Meridian had a number of advances on its predecessors in the Piper line-up, notably the provision of improved avionics and a greater maximum take-off weight.

  • What is the difference between a Piper Meridian and an M600?

    The Piper M600 is an upgrade to the M500 (today’s in-production version of the original Piper Meridian), and it offers a number of enhancements – notably a clean-sheet wing design, additional horsepower (100shp more than the Piper Meridian), and the introduction of a Garmin G3000 avionics suite. The company has also introduced the M600/SLS, bringing further innovation to the M600 line.


Piper Meridian Turboprop Overview

By Gerrard Cowan - Editor, Aircraft Reviews

The Piper Malibu Meridian has been a fixture in the turboprop market for more than 20 years. While the company now offers a more advanced aircraft in the same segment, the older platform is still in demand in the pre-owned market.

The Piper Meridian was certified in 2000, and is based on the company’s earlier Piper Malibu model.

According to JETNET data, 578 Piper Meridians were built over the years, for a wide range of customers, including Sweden’s Aston Harald AB (which provides a range of technical maintenance, consulting and other services in the maritime sector). Other operators of the six-seater aircraft include companies in the training arena, such as Airline Transport Professionals (ATP).

For the latest market data and full specification information for the Piper Meridian, view the live data feeds on this page from aviation’s leading data providers - Aircraft Blue Book, JETNET, Conklin & de Decker and Asset Insight.

What features does the Piper Meridian offer?

The Meridian has a 500shp Pratt & Whitney PT6A-42A engine, and has a range of about 1,000nm, and since 2009 has featured Garmin G1000 avionics.

Moreover, the aircraft offers a comfortable main cabin, which is accessed through a rear airstair door.

What came before and after the Meridian?

As mentioned, the Piper Meridian was based on the earlier Malibu aircraft. Piper subsequently developed its turboprop offering into what is known as the M-Class, with the M500 being the in-production equivalent of the Meridian.

Major improvements include the new Garmin G1000 NXi avionics suite, which comes with the GFC 700 Autopilot capability and the enhanced automatic flight control system.

Read More:

Read the Piper Meridian Price and Buyers Guide 

With over 25 years of trading, AvBuyer is the primary marketplace for turboprops offering the best new and pre-owned turboprops for sale. You can read the latest edition of AvBuyer magazine online or visit our online actionable intelligence resourceswhich offer insight, market data and analysis from AvBuyer’s editors and leading Biz Av industry experts.

loder image