The Piper Seneca also known as the Piper PA 34 Seneca had its very first flight on April 25th 1967. Piper Aircraft brought the Piper Seneca to the aviation market in 1971 and has built over 5,000 of these aircraft. The Seneca was developed as a dual engine aircraft and is powered by twin Lycoming IO-360-C1E6 engines. There were a handful of Piper Seneca variants. These variants from oldest to newest are the PA-34 180 twin six, PA-34-200 Seneca I, PA-34-200T Seneca II, PA-34-200T Seneca III, PA-34-200T Seneca IV, PA-34-200T Seneca V, and the Embraer EMB-810 Seneca. The Seneca V used a crew of one and had a capacity of five or six. The aircrafts length is 28.77 feet and has a wingspan of 38 feet 11 inches. The planes empty weight was 3212 lbs and maximum take-off weight is 4773 lb. The Seneca V cruises at 216 mph and wasn’t to exceed 235 mph. The service ceiling of this aircraft is 25,000 feet and its rate of climb is 1,550 feet per minute. We have a great inventory of Piper Seneca for sale. Please see our inventory below to find your future Piper Seneca! If you have any questions about our aircraft for sale
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