General information about the Twin Comanche
The Twin Comanche is considered a light aircraft of the American manufacturer Piper Aircraft Corporation. Generally, the aircraft is also referred to as Twin Comanche. On November 7, 1962, the model was left for the first time in the air. The production time is from 1963 to 1972. In this period a total of 2,156 pieces were produced. In addition, the model is the twin-engine variant of the PA-24 Comanche. The PA-30 and the PA-39 are largely identical. The PA-39 has only one counter-rotating engine. Due to a flood of the production hall, the production of the aircraft had to be stopped. The Twin Comanche is considered cost effective in consumption. With the built-in tip tanks, the machine can hold 454 liters of fuel. Furthermore, it benefits from low fuel consumption, higher climbing performance, higher speed and less aircraft noise.
Technical data for the Twin Comanche
The Twin Comanche offers space for one pilot and up to five passengers. It is powered by two Lybound IO-320-B1A reciprocating engines with 119 kilowatts of power. The machine has a speed of 370 kilometers per hour and has a range of 1,932 kilometers. The maximmal service ceiling affects here at 7,620 meters. The empty weight of the Twin Comanche is 1,030 kilograms and the maximum take-off mass is 1,633 kilograms. The machine is 2.51 meters high, 7.67 meters long and has a wingspan of 11.21 meters. In addition, the wing area covers 16.50 square meters.
Products and services for the Twin Comanche
We are happy to wait for your Twin Comanche, or carry out a maintenance. In addition, our services include weighings, test flights, avionics inspections, hourly checks and much more. Our employees are also pilots and are true experts in their field. Of course, we can also understand the desire for your own signature in your Twin Comanche. That's why we gladly accept special requests from you. Talk to us, we look forward to your visit!