Piston Airplane

Piston airplanes have one or more piston-powered engines connected to the propeller(s), which provide thrust to move the aircraft on the ground and through the air. Piston-powered aircraft most commonly use 100 octane low-leaded fuel and fly at altitudes below 15,000 feet. The inside of a typical piston aircraft seats 1-6 passengers is configured similar to the interior of a small car. Piston aircraft used for business typically fly relatively short missions of 300-400 miles, using very small general aviation airports that are often without air traffic control towers.
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Piper SaratogaPA32-301T

  • JetBrokers, Inc.

SN: 32-8024030 • TTAF: 3,888 Hours

Passenger Seating: 6

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Cessna T210N

  • JetBrokers, Inc.

SN: 21064440 • TTAF: 3,676 Hours

Passenger Seating: 6

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Cessna T206H

SN: 20608299 • TTAF: 195 Hours

Passenger Seating: 4

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Cessna T206H

  • JetBrokers, Inc.

SN: T20609146 • TTAF: 195 Hours

Passenger Seating: 6

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Cessna T206H

  • JetBrokers, Inc.

SN: T206-08989 • TTAF: 844 Hours

Passenger Seating: 1

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Beechcraft B60 Duke

  • JetBrokers, Inc.

SN: P-428 • TTAF: 4,048 Hours

Passenger Seating: 6

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Piper Matrix

  • jetAVIVA

SN: 4692038 • TTAF: 992 Hours

Passenger Seating: 4

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