Piper Aircraft Logo – Piper Aircraft is a manufacturer of aircraft American . It is located in Florida , in the city of Vero Beach .Piper produced the Piper J-3 Cub , a two-seater high wing with a Continental O-40 to 65 hp (48kW). The Cub was the first inexpensive training aircraft produced in large quantities. Many copies were sold to private military between the late fifties and 1995, ensuring its prolonged use as recreational aircraft for many years and is characterized by its yellow color and line in a black color ray, which became one of the most memorable paint schemes for any aircraft.

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The Piper PA-18 Super Cub is a more powerful and is a glider tug very popular due to their similarities, many people confuse the Super Cub Cub simply calling. The series PA-28 Cherokee has been one of the most successful products of the company that continues to renew year after year. Several of their models have been an important selection of training aircraft, and next to Piper PA-34 Seneca have also become one of the training aircraft and most widely used personal use in the world. The latter is the best-selling twin-engine piston of all time.

The PA-23 Apache was one of the first aircraft to coin the term “air taxi”, but was replaced in this role spacious designs faster and your competitor Beechcraft . In 1965 began production of the series PA-32 , which was based on models 6 or 7 seats, powered by a single motor. Some of them took shelter under names such as Cherokee Six, Lance, and Saratoga, offered with fixed landing gear or retractable, and normally aspirated engines, injected and turbocharged, which became the PA-32 aircraft in a series of able and successful . They have also been used in a wide variety of missions (small “air taxi”, cargo, business, etc..). The series of HP and Saratoga Saratoga TC continue to occur today, with their versions of the fixed gear Piper 6X and 6XT.With the sleek and powerful single-engine PA-46 Malibu , Piper Company maintains its share in the segment of light corporate jets.

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