1961 Piper Geronimo

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The Piper Geronimo is an American single-engine, high-wing, two-seat light aircraft that was produced by Piper Aircraft from 1961 to 1964. The aircraft was designed to compete in the light aircraft market, and featured a tricycle landing gear, with the main gear retracting into the engine nacelle. It was powered by a Lycoming O-320 four-cylinder engine and had a maximum speed of 105 knots (120 mph). The aircraft was equipped with a conventional tail wheel configuration, and could be fitted with floats for operation from water. The aircraft had a range of 900 miles, and could carry two passengers and up to 250 pounds of cargo.


  • Total Time: 4883
  • Garmin G-600 Integrated Flight Display w/ Synthetic Vision
  • Terrain
  • Charts & Including:
  • GDU-620 EFIS (PFD & MFD)
  • GMU-44 Magnetometer
  • GDC-74 Air Data Computer & GRS-77 AHRS Garmin GNS-530W - WAAS Certified GPS/Nav/Comm
  • Garmin GNS-430W - WAAS Certified GPS/Nav/Comm
  • Electronics International MVP-50 Graphic Engine Monitors w/ Fuel Computers & Data Ports Garmin GMA-347 Audio Panel w/ Four Place Intercomm
  • XM Music & Aux
  • Input Garmin GTX-330ES Mode S Transponder w/ Encoder – ADS-B Out Garmin GDL-69A XM
  • Weather & XM Satellite Audio Receiver w/ GRT-10 Wireless Transceiver STEC-60-2 Autopilot w/ Flight Director
  • Vertical Speed & GPSS

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