1981 Piper PA-31T1 Cheyenne I

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The Piper PA-31T1 Cheyenne I is a single-engine turboprop aircraft produced by Piper Aircraft. It was designed as an improved version of the PA-31 Navajo, with a more powerful engine, increased fuel capacity, and improved avionics. The Cheyenne I was introduced in 1977 and remained in production until 1982. It was an instant success and over 400 were built. The Cheyenne I is powered by a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-114 turboprop engine, which gives it a maximum speed of 260 knots, a range of 1,400 miles, and a service ceiling of 25,000 feet. The Cheyenne I is capable of carrying up to eight passengers and has a maximum takeoff weight of 8,000 pounds. The Cheyenne I is still in use today, mostly in the United States, and continues to be a popular choice for executive and private air travel.


  • Total Time: 3404
  • Pratt & Whitney PT6A-11 (3,500 TBO)
  • LEFT SN: PCE-10309
  • 828 Total Time Since HSI
  • RIGHT SN: PCE-10310
  • 1,394.9 Total Time Since HSI
  • PROPS:
  • Hartzell HC-B3TN-3B
  • LEFT SN: BUA-26970
  • 319 Since Overhaul (4/2011)
  • RIGHT SN: BUA-26962
  • 319 Since Overhaul (4/2011)
  • Audio Panel with Intercom Bendix Color
  • Avidyne EX-500 Multi-Function Display
  • Director with Preselect
  • DME King KFC-250 Autopilot/Flight
  • Garmin GMA-340
  • Garmin GNS-430W
  • Garmin GTX-327 Transponder
  • Garmin GTX-345 Transponder
  • GNS-430
  • Radar displayed on EX-500 XM
  • TAS-620 Active Traffic System
  • Weather King KR-87 ADF King KN-63
  • Clearance System
  • Cleveland Wheels & Brakes Electric
  • Dual Heated Windshields
  • Engine Fire Protection
  • Extended Life Janitrol
  • Factory Oxygen System
  • Freon Air Conditioning
  • Heater Tip Tank
  • Lead Acid Battery
  • Leather Interior Seating Ground
  • Pitch Trim Auxiliary Power Receptacle
  • Prop Synchrophaser
  • Recognition Lights 4-Place Intercom
  • ADS-B

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