Piper Aztec PA-23-250
The Piper Aztec PA-23 is one of the first twin-engine, 6 passengers recreational plane. Produced from 1959 to 1982 by the American manufacturer Piper Aircraft, a total of 6976 Piper Aztec were built. Equipped with a retractable landing gear and twin flat-six cylinder piston engines producing 250hp each, for a total of 500hp.
When Mr. Piper introduced the Piper Cub in 1937, he had a dream. He felt that everyone should fly. And he believed that Piper could provide everyone with that freedom. 130,000 aircraft later, that dream lives on. Today, Piper Aircraft is the only general aviation manufacturer to offer a complete line of aircraft. From rugged, reliable trainers to a high-performance turboprop, from student pilot to experienced aviator Piper creates the freedom of flight for everyone.