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    Piper Aircraft Inc. is a manufacture of General Aviation aircraft, located in Vero Beach, Florida. Piper Aircraft was founded originally as Taylor brothers Aircraft Manufacturing in September 1927. Piper has become a staple of the industry offering an amazing selection of aircraft which serve as training aircraft for many pilots around the world. It was William T. Piper’s goal to endorse a simple, low-cost, private aircraft for the masses.

    Even throughout World War 2 the military build versions of the J-3 cub to aid US armed forces during the war. Though this Piper was able to develop around 5,941 powered aircraft, and after decommissioned became a staple of general aviation.  

    The most popular model of Piper Aircraft falls into the Single engine piston category. Within this their main line Cherokee, Comanche, and Arrow take the stage as their most popular line up.

    The Piper PA-28 or the Piper Cherokee is one of the most popular piper aircraft as it is mostly used for training scenarios. The Piper Cherokee PA-28 Received a type rating from the FAA in 1960 and from then it began production. The PA-28 features a sleek low wing design and offering a smoother ride and a sturdy fuselage. Additional models include the PA-28, Cherokee 150, and Cherokee 160.

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    The Piper Comanche first flew on May 24, 1956. With the Cherokee in lineup, this made up the core of Pipers unique aircraft lineup. The Piper Comanche is a four-seat, single-engine, low-wing aircraft. The Comanche also features a retractable landing gear that categorizes itself as complex. This is one of the main platforms pilots use to start their complex rating. The Comanche comes in many different variants such as the Comanche 180, Comanche 250, and Comanche 260.

    The Piper Arrow is a member of the Cherokee family line of Piper aircraft. The Piper Arrow was originally designed for air taxis, flight training, and or personal use by owners. The Piper Arrow generally comes in a 2-4 seat variant offering a smooth ride. As the main competition, the Piper Arrow and the Cessna 172 compete in the same category as they are used for similar utilitarian purposes. This aircraft features an all-metal design, with a single piston-powered engine and low wing design. To this day the Piper Arrow stays in production with Piper Aircraft in Vero Beach Florida.

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    The Piper Comanche first flew on May 24, 1956. With the Cherokee in line up , this made up the core of Pipers unique aircraft line up. The Piper Comanche is a four seat, single engine, low wing aircraft. The Comanche also features a retractable landing gear which categorizes itself as complex. This is one of the main platforms pilots use to start their complex rating. The Comanche comes in many different variants such as the Comanche 180, Comanche 250, and Comanche 260.

    Piper aircraft are built at the headquarters in Vero Beach, Florida. The Build facility is on the ground of Vero Beach Regional Airport in Vero Beach, Florida.

    On average a Piper Arrow can cost anywhere from $20,000 to $100,000. These factors depend on a variety of things such as Age, Engine TBO, Trim, and Overall Condition of the aircraft.

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