1969 Piper Navajo PA-31-310

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The Piper Navajo PA-31-310 is a six-seat, twin-engine light aircraft manufactured by Piper Aircraft. It was first introduced in 1969 and is still in production today. It is powered by two Lycoming TIO-540-A2A piston engines, each producing 310 horsepower. The aircraft is capable of a maximum speed of 209 knots and has a range of 1,500 nautical miles. It features a pressurized cabin, allowing it to fly at higher altitudes and providing a smoother ride for its passengers. The Navajo also features a retractable landing gear and has a maximum takeoff weight of 8,000 lbs.


  • Total Time: 14452 hrs
  • Janitrol heater
  • Full De-ice
  • 2 x Bose Powered Plugs
  • 6 Place O2 system
  • Nacelle Fuel Tanks
  • Electric Cowl Flaps
  • Prop Heat
  • Cockpit Cover
  • 406 Artex ELT
  • Dual Pitot with Heat
  • Composite Spinners and backing plates
  • De-Ice Boots / Electric Windshield
  • Co-pilots instruments
  • 24 month altimeter devise inspection current

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