The Piper PA-31-325 Navajo C/R is a twin-engined aircraft produced by Piper Aircraft starting in 1977. The "C/R" stands for "commuter/regional" and it was a variant of the Piper PA-31 Navajo family of aircraft. It was a stretched version of the original PA-31-300 Navajo, with the same engines and a longer fuselage, giving it more seats and cargo room. It was designed to be a more economical version of the Navajo, with more seating and better fuel efficiency. The Navajo C/R was popular with small airlines and charter companies, and it was also used by the military and government agencies. The Navajo C/R was eventually replaced by the Piper PA-31T Cheyenne II in 1985.
- Total hours: 4,915
- Total cycles: tba
- Hours since overhaul (LH): 130 hours
- Date of overhaul (LH): October 2014
- Hours since overhaul (RH): 33 hours
- Date of overhaul (RH): November 2017
- Prop Details
- Hours since overhaul (LP): 130 hours
- Date of overhaul (LP): October 2014
- Hours since overhaul (RP): 130 hours
- Date of overhaul (RP): October 2014
- Garmin GMA 340 Coms
- Garmin GNS 430 GPS/Nav
- Bendix King KR-87 ADF
- Bendix King KN-62A DME
- Garmin GTX 330 Transponder
- Kannad 406 ELT
- All newly installed 2015.
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