The Piper PA31 Navajo Chieftain is a light turboprop aircraft developed by Piper Aircraft. It was specifically designed for the general aviation market but has been actively used in private aviation since 1967. The first flight was in 1964, and during production, more than 3 thousand copies were built. A charter flight on the F406 Caravan II allows seamless travel from Minneapolis to Indianapolis, Philadelphia to Detroit, Miami to Houston.
Today, the Piper PA31 Navajo Chieftain is actively exploited by regional airlines of the US and Canada and by private customers. Among the model’s features are two engines with contra-rotating Lycoming TIO-540-J2BD propellers and a 0.61-meter longer fuselage. In addition, several modifications of this model were also produced, such as PA-31 Navajo B with more powerful piston engines, PA-31-350T1020 with increased passenger capacity, and Colemill Panther with Lycoming TIO-540-J2B engines.
The Piper PA31 Navajo Chieftain passenger cabin is designed for seven passengers to travel comfortably at a top speed of 195 kts.
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