- 08 Jun 2021
- Gerrard Cowan
- Avionics - BizAv
The price of a Piper Meridian is between US$1.17 and US$1.50 million for 2011 – 2015 models, the last 5 years of production, according to AircraftBluebook.
The price of a jet depends on the production year. Piper Meridian were produced from 2011 to 2015. You can see current prices for the last 5 production years in the AircraftBluebook tab below.
We also display the latest JETNET data which shows the range of prices for Piper Meridian currently listed with an asking price. The data also shows market trends including whether the average ask price for this aircraft has increased or decreased in the last six months.
The data from Asset Insight covers Current Value Range, Asset Quality Rating and ETP ratio. Explanations of the key terms can be found next to them in the tab by clicking the ? mark.
Please see the latest price data from the world's leading aviation data providers:JETNET, AircraftBluebook and Asset Insight in the tabs below.
What Impacts a Piper Meridian’s Price?
Various factors can impact the agreed sale price of a Piper Meridian. Buyers in the market for a Piper Meridian may well have noticed that the value and condition of two airplanes can differ –even between two aircraft manufactured in the same year. That’s partly because a Piper Meridian’s value depends on its maintenance record and log books.
The price a turboprop plane sells for is ultimately to be negotiated between a buyer and seller, taking into account several factors, including the model year; how the aircraft has been modified, and upgraded since new; and also its maintenance condition.
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