The Piper Navajo was built from the year 1965 until the year 1984 by Piper aircraft corporation. It primarily used the Lycoming engines, and it was built as a corporate, commuter, and cargo feeder aircraft. The PA-31 Navajo is a six to eight-seater airplane, and it is a turbine engine with a pressurized cabin. Its twin-turbine engines and the pressurized cabin came with smaller windows and a one-piece airstair for easy access to the airplane for boarding and deplaning.
PIPER NAVAJO CABIN DIMENSIONS
The Piper PA-31 Navajo has a pressurized cabin with counter-rotating propellers for non-critical engines. The cabin height is 4 ft 25 in, and the width is 4 ft 2 in. It has external baggage with 63 cu ft of space available.
PIPER NAVAJO CHIEFTAIN PERFORMANCE
The Piper Navajo has a range of 690 NM with a service ceiling of 240000 feet. It requires only one crew member to operate, and it can carry up to nine-passenger depending upon its cabin design.
PA-31-350 NAVAJO AIRCRAFT RENTAL
Icarus Jet charter offers a beautiful Piper Navajo from Samo island to Mykonos. This PA-31 Navajo is part of the Greek Air Taxi Network, and it is available in the Cyclades islands air charter service. From Samos airport, the Navajo is also available to Agios Ioannis and Athens, Greece.