Piper PA-34 Seneca
The best six spot light twin subsequent to its presentation, the Seneca is a twin motor improvement of the Cherokee Six.
Seneca improvement started when Piper flew a changed over trimotor Cherokee Six, assigned PA-32-3m, fitted with two extra 85kw (115hp) Lycomings O-235 on either wing. The ensuing twin motor model PA-34-180 Twin 6 first flew with two 135kw (180hp) Lycomings, while the complete standard third Seneca model, the PA-34-200 Twin 6, first flew in October 1969 with fuel infused 150kw (200hp) IO-360s. Creation conveyances of the beginning PA-34-200 Seneca started in late 1971.
Taking care of and execution reactions were tended to from the 1974 model year with the PA-34-200t Seneca II which acquainted progressions with the flight controls and, all the more imperatively, two turbocharged Continental TSIO-360-Es. Flute player initially arranged that the take after on PA-34-220t Seneca III would emphasize a T-tail, however these arrangements were dropped and the principle progressions presented were counter pivoting 165kw (220hp) TSIO-360s and a reconsidered inner part and instrument board. Presented in 1981, the Seneca III was supplanted by New Piper's enhanced PA-34-220t Seneca IV in 1994 with aeromechanic refinements, axisymetric motor gulfs and a reconsidered inside.
The current PA-34-220t Seneca V was presented in January 1997. It gimmicks intercooled turbocharged L/TSIO-360-RB motors which keep up appraised force to 19,500ft, and seating for five, with a standard stimulation/official workstation with extendable worktable and discretionary telephone/fax. A sixth seat set up of the workstation is noncompulsory.
The Seneca was additionally manufactured or gathered by different producers, AICSA in Colombia, Chincul in Argentina (as the PA-A-34), Embraer in Brazil (as the EMB-810), and PZL-Mielec in Poland (as the M-20 Mewa, somewhat with PZL/Franklin motors).
Changes are made by Seguin as the Princess, and by Robertson as the Super Seneca I and II.
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