In 1972, Piper added the PA-31-350 Chieftain to its range by stretching the standard Navajo fuselage by 24 inches and adding an extra rear side window to the cabin. The extra length allows for a 6-seat passenger cabin with two crew but a high density layout for ten is possible. The Chieftain is powered by a pair of 350 hp Lycoming L/TIO-540 engines.
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Piper PA31-350 Chieftain – 1976; Aircraft operated in Air Taxi OperationReady for DeliveryAll AD & mandatory SB Complied withMaintained according...
Interior: Refurbished 2010 Exterior: Repainted 2012
7 passenger, plus 2 Crew, interior in Blue leather with cloth inserts.
Heated pilot windshield Crew Door Cargo door