Looking for a piston multi? You've come to the right place.
The market for multi-engine piston planes isn’t a big one, and the number of options for pilots looking to fly with two mills instead of just one is somewhat limited in number, though not in variety. The selection ranges from the four-seat Piper Seminole twin, which is almost exclusively sold as a training solution with more »
Base Price: $440,00 Seats: 4 Main Construction: Metal Engine/Hp: Rotax 912 s3/100 hp each Propellers: MT (MTV-21) 2-blade, constant speed, 71” diameter Avionics: Standard analog or Garmin G950 Top Cruise Speed: 140 kts (75% power) Stall, Landing Configuration: 48 kts Maximum Range: 742 nm Maximum Takeoff Weight: 2,712 lbs. Payload: 636 lbs. (full fuel) Useful Load: more »
When visions of glass cockpits dance in our heads, we personal aviation pilots usually think of the Garmin G1000 avionics suite, which for more than 15 years has been the de facto standard avionics package in the vast majority of new production Part 23 light planes. With the introduction of its best-selling SR22 G6 high-performance more »
The Cirrus SR22 G6 we flew for our report was a loaded 2017 model with the new Perspective+ by Garmin avionics suite with new keypad with QWERTY layout, autopilot controller, numerical array layout and more. Standard or optional equipment include SiriusXM aviation weather and entertainment, Electronic Stability and Protection, terrain and traffic awareness utilities, flight into more »
Plane & Pilot’s lineup of best buys to fit every budget, from $20,000 to $1 million
The search for the perfect plane is as old as personal flying itself. The difference between today and 1930, to use a random year as an example, is that instead of being limited to a handful of models, there are choices galore for pilots looking to get into a good pair of wings. A surge more »