General information about the Comanche
The single-engine light aircraft, Comanche, was designed and marketed by the US manufacturer Piper Aircraft Corporation. The machine took off for the first time in May 1956 and had its market entry one year later. The production time is from 1957 to 1972. In this time 4,857 pieces were built. The machine has a retractable landing gear and is used specifically as a training and cruising aircraft. After Hurricane Agnes, production ceased as the production halls in Pennsylvania were destroyed. The Piper PA-24 was then replaced by the Piper PA-32. To better compete with the Beechcraft Bonanza, the Comanche was developed.
Technical data for the Comanche
The machine can carry one pilot and three passengers. The Comanche is 7.84 meters long and 2.39 meters high. The span is 10.97 meters and the wing area is 16.5 square meters. The machine has a speed of 289 kilometers per hour. The maximal service ceiling is around 6,096 meters and the range is at 1,167 kilometers. The Comanche has a empty weight of 767 kilograms and can start with a maximum mass of 1,315 kilograms. The model is powered by a Lycoming O-540-A1A piston engine with 186 kilowatts of power.
Products and services for the Comanche
For us, the best is just good enough! That's why you get the full range of services from one source. We are happy to wait your Comanche, or carry out test flights. In addition, we offer weighings, as well as avionics checks and hourly logs. Of course, with every machine, we make sure that all EASA specifications are met and your aircraft is safe. In addition, we attend to your individual wishes and advise you.