Piper Jet for Sale

For sale Piper Jet

class="mw-editsection">[edit]/span> Piper PA-47 PiperJet was a lightweight jet (VLJ) with a one engine engine, which was to be designed and manufactured by Pipercraft. Following a transfer of owners at Piper, however, it was resolved to convert the plane into the PiperJet Altaire. In spite of its technical success, the Altaire contract was canceled in October 2011 for financial reasons.

Piper Meridian developed the hull of the Piperjet based on the Piper Meridian turbo prop. Piper's new owner, Imprimis, found a bug in this redesign that led to a rev without directly related to the meridian. Geoffrey Berger, CEO of Piper: "We wanted to offer our jet clients an even more spacious jet with a scaleable look, thus smoothing the way for a next generation range of highly capable commercial aircraft.

Altaire is conceived for single-pilot operations so that one person can take the front seat. Behind the passengers were 20 cbm ( 570 litres ) of luggage compartment and another 20 cbm ( 570 litres ) of warmed but pressureless room in the nostrils of the plane. Altaire would have been driven by the Williams International FJ44-3AP.

It uses a "passive vectorized thruster design", which contributes to compensating for the aircraft's inclination when performance is improved by the relatively high rear mount of the prop. The Piper estimate that this motor would bring the Altaire to a cruising height of 11,000 ft (35,000 m) and a cruising rate of 320 knots.

A non-stop cruising distance of 1,200 to 1,300 nautical miles (2,200 to 2,400 km) was anticipated for the airplane. Expectations were that the plane would be sold for approximately $2.6 million, which is serially outfitted. The Piper estimate of floating costs is around $730 per incident. PiperJet makes its maiden flight" (press release). Oshkosh, WI: Pipercraft. July 30, 2008.

Archives from the Genuine on 21 January 2009. Returned on July 30, 2008. Marsh, Alton K. (October 18, 2010). "The PiperJet is being strongly renewed by PiperJet." Archives from the orginal on 23. October 2010. Returned on July 12, 2011. Piper chooses Williams FJ44-3AP to power the revolutionary PiperJet" (press release).

The Piper plane. Archive from the orginal from 29. September 2007. Brought back on April 29, 2007. piper jet flies. Bounced back on August 19, 2016 - via Google Books. Haines, Thomas B. (July 28, 2009). "The jet will mute the PiperJet's change of pitch." Archives from the originals on 25 September 2009. Returned on August 17, 2009. Grady, Mary (October 28, 2009).

"The Piper will postpone jet production until mid-2013." Brought back on October 29, 2009. John (October 19, 2010). "with Altaire, Piper re-invents his own jet." Brought back on October 19, 2010. Harrison, Kirby J. (October 18, 2010). "The new and enhanced PiperJet turns into Piper Altaire." Brought back on October 20, 2010.

Grady, Mary (October 17, 2011). "Piper has another new CEO." Brought back on October 20, 2011. Niles, Russ (October 18, 2011). "The Altaire A Dated Concept." Returned on October 24, 2011. Schneider, Mike; The Associated Press (October 24, 2011). "after Piper resolves to lock up the Altaire Jet program."

Archives from the originals on 20 January 2012. Returned on October 24, 2011. Trautvetter, Chad (24 October 2011). "The Piperjet Altaire program suspended "indefinitely." Returned on October 24, 2011. "The Florida Air Museum is a rest stop for PiperJet." Archives from the originals on 2 August 2012. Returned on July 16, 2012. <font color="#ffff00">-==- sync:ßÇÈâÈâ

Returned on November 10, 2009. Piper chooses Armin electronics for the piper jet. The Piper plane. Archives from the orginal on 21.10.2008. Returned on November 15, 2009.

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