1981 Piper PA-31T-620 Cheyenne II

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The Piper PA-31T Cheyenne II is a turboprop-powered light business aircraft manufactured by Piper Aircraft and is a development of the original Cheyenne. The Cheyenne II was designed to improve on the speed and range of the original Cheyenne, and was the first business aircraft to feature a pressurized cabin and a turboprop engine. The Cheyenne II was first introduced in 1983, and over 330 aircraft were built until production ended in 1992.
The Cheyenne II is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-41 turboprop engines, each providing 1,100 shaft horsepower. The aircraft has a maximum speed of 260 knots (300 mph) and a range of 1,500 nautical miles. It can carry up to 8 passengers in its pressurized cabin, and has a service ceiling of 25,000 feet. The aircraft also features a retractable landing gear and winglets to improve fuel efficiency.
The Cheyenne II is still in use today, and is used for corporate and charter operations. The aircraft is known for its efficiency and reliability, making it a popular choice for pilots and operators.


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