Piper Ceneca Photos
The Piper Seneca is more rubust and performs better than the smaller Seminole, able to maintain training altitudes on one engine even in the desert heat. The Seneca maintains the same simplicity of handling and systems as other retractable-gear Pipers.
|Power (S.L. / 12,000 MSL)||200 hp ea/ 215 hp ea|
|Maximum Range 1||700-800 nm|
|Takeoff Distance (S.L., ISA)||1,500 ft|
|Landing Distance (S.L., ISA)||1,900 ft|
|Maximum Altitude||25,000 ft|
|Climb Rate (S.L, ISA)||1,200 fpm|
|Cruise Speed (ISA, 75%, S.L./ 10,000 ft)||155 / 175 KTAS|
1 65% power, 123 gal, 45 min reserve
Garmin 430 (GPS / Nav / Com) plus King 155 Nav/Com; Garmin audio panel & transponder; HSI, RMI, DME; ADF
Continental TSIO-360 + LTSIO-360 (counter-rotating); each rated 200 hp at Sea Level, and 215 hp at 12,000 ft due to KTAS increase with altitude.