The Piper PA-23 or, Piper Aztec which it was later named, was manufactured between 1952 and 1981. Almost 7000 were built during this time. It is a twin engine aircraft that has seen both military and general use. The normally aspirated Piper PA-23-250F seats one pilot and five passengers and can carry
1600lb of cargo. The maximum take off weight is 5200lb and the empty weight of the aircraft is 3180lb. The engines are air cooled flat six Lycoming IO-540-C4B5 twin engines, making 250hp each. The constant speed propeller is a two bladed Hartzell. The climb rate of the PA-23-250F is 1400 feet per minute and the maximum speed is 215mph. Other variants of the Piper Aztec include the PA-23-160 Apache G which has an extra window plus a longer cabin, the PA-23-250 Aztec F with better systems as well as tail plane tip extensions. The PA-23T-250 Turbo-Aztec is very much like the Aztec F, but it has a Garret
turbocharger on the two TIO-540 engines. The PA-23-250 Aztec B variation has a longer nose, a new instrument panel and has 6 seats. Our inventory of Piper Aztec for sale including many variants is the best you'll come across. See below to view our current Piper Aztec aircraft for sale.