The Piper PA-44-180 Seminole is a twin-engine light aircraft designed and built by the Piper Aircraft company. It is the largest of the Seminole line of aircraft and was introduced in 1998. It is powered by two Lycoming O-360-A4M engines of 180hp each, giving it a maximum speed of approximately 200mph. It has a range of approximately 1,000 miles and can carry up to five passengers. It is typically used for business and private aviation, as well as flight training.
- Total Time: 7300 hrs
- Lycoming (L)O-360-A1H6 (OH 03.2022)
- Prop Details
- Hartzell HC-C2YR (OH 03.2022)
- ASPEN Avionics Evolution PFD and MFD.
- Garmin 430
- Garmin 430 (2nd.)
- Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel
- Garmin GTX 330 Transponder
- S-TEC Autopilot
- Bendix King KR 87 ADF
- Electrical Pitch Trim
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