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Piper Seneca – Introducing Club Seating

Piper Seneca – Introducing Club Seating

Piper Aircraft Inc. has been known to produce light single-engine aircraft as part of its impressive 144,000 count of aircraft released. However, the company also produces twin engine aircraft to suit a different niche. One of the more popular ones they manufacture is the Piper Seneca, which over the years has come in several variations. Business travelers absolutely love this model because of its impressive capabilities.

From as early as 1971, the Piper Seneca, or PA-34 Seneca as it was called, was in production. It was introduced in the 70s as a lightweight aircraft built with twin engines for business and personal flying. Mainly well to do customers purchased the Seneca as a mid-luxury aircraft at the time. It was actually developed as a twin-engine version of the popular Piper Cherokee Six.

In 1975, Piper Aircraft introduced the Piper Seneca II, or PA-34-200T to respond to complaints customers had about poor handling qualities of the previous model. To offer improved performance, Piper Aircraft also included a turbocharged six cylinder Continental engine in the Piper Seneca II, thereby answering the needs and complaints of customers.

The Piper Seneca II introduced a new concept to general aviation flying, and that is club seating. This type of seating allows for the center row seats to face rear and the back seats to face forward. This provided more leg room for passengers as well as provided the ability for them to interact more easily with each other. This 5 to 6 passenger aircraft has a maximum cruise speed of 198 knots and a maximum ceiling of 25,000 feet.

Between 1981 and 1994, the Seneca III and Seneca IV models were created, thereby leaving room for the Piper Seneca V to touch the market in 1998. This model included two 220 hp engines, thereby giving the plane maximum power at the maximum ceiling of 25,000 feet. This model was particularly good at flying over mountainous areas as well as wide expanses of water. Crew members and passengers had the peace of mind of knowing that this aircraft was more than capable of taking them on their business or vacation trips.

The Piper Seneca models available to the market are very suitable for people interested in long-range trips at great cruising altitudes. You should probably consider this model of aircraft if you are interested in a tool that can get you to your destination safely and quickly. The Seneca continues to serve business executives specifically, as they can move from city to city in relative ease and get their business dealt with in the process.

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