Piper Seneca II

Piper Seneca II

For years the field of light charter has been dominated by C 206 which was unrivalled due to cheap maintenance cost as it had one engine consuming less fuel and had very long STOL characteristics and the Cessna 310 which was a light twin engine aircraft with 300 BHP engines each, it was used for charter and twin engine training. Piper finally came with an answer combining both Cessna 206 and C 310 producing the piper Seneca. Piper Seneca  had 6 seating capacity with engines of 200 BPH turbo charged and further more had counter-rotating propellers with eliminated the need for a critical engine and made it ideal for light charters and twin engine training and by far the safest twin-engine trainer since it had no critical engine.

  • 6 seater
  • 200 BPH turbo engines
  • Variable pitch propellers
  • Counter-rotating propellers
  • Vertex generators to make it stable at low speeds
  • Two-axis autopilot
  • FMS (Flight Management System)
  • Unique and only Seneca II with weather radar
  • Leather interior
  • Good for multi-IR training and light charter