The PiperNavajo Chieftain is a manufactured by Piper Aircraft and it had it very first flight on September 30th 1964. Piper Aircraft introduced the Piper Navajo to the aircraft market in March of 1967 and produced the aircraft through 1984. There were roughly 3,942 of the aircraft built between these seventeen years. This Piper
featured a dual engine and was mainly produced with Lycoming engines. The Piper PA-31 Navajo was targeted to smaller cargo as well as feeder liner operators of the corporate market. This target market proved to be a great success and continues to prove as a prevalent choice. There were many variants of this aircraft and a few were the Piper-31 Navajo, PA-31-300, PA-31350, and PA-31-353. The aircraft used a crew of one or two and had a capacity of 5 to 7 passengers. The lengths of these aircraft are 32 feet seven & inches and have a wing span of 40 feet eight inches. These Piper Navajo Chieftain had a maximum speed of 260 mph and can climb at 1,445 feet per minute. We have an extensive inventory of these Piper Navajo for sale. Please check them out or give us a phone call.