Piper Seneca II
6 Seat, Twin-engine
The Seneca II is a twin-engine, retractable landing gear, turbocharged airplane. It has seating for up to six occupants and two separate 100-pound luggage compartments. It has counter-rotating propellers for added safety and has a cruise speed of approximately 184 mph (160 knots).
The Seneca has a Garmin 430 GPS and is used for multi-engine training and may be rented for personal use.
Length: 28 ft 6 in
Wingspan: 38 ft 11 in
Height: 9 ft 11 in
Empty: 2,623 lb
Useful load: 1,947 lb
Maximum takeoff: 4,570 lb
Pay load (full fuel): 1,209 lb
Powerplant: 2 x Continental TSIO-360 (200hp @ S.L., 215hp @ 12,000ft)
Two-blade, constant-speed propellers
Fuel capacity: 123 gallons
Max Speed: 225 mph (196 kts) @ 12,000 ft
Cruise speed: 184 mph (160 knots)
Stall speed: 71 mph (62 kts), landing configuration
Range: 800-1,100 miles
Service ceiling: 25,000 ft, single-engine, 13,400 ft
Rate of climb: 1,340 ft/min, single-engine, 225 ft/min
Ground Roll: 870 ft
Over 50 ft Obstacle: 1,240 ft
Ground Roll: 1,380 ft
Over 50 ft Obstacle: 2,110 ft
GNS 430 GPS
King KR86 ADF
King KI525 HSI
Altimatic IIIC Autopilot
King KX155 NAV/COM
Tail Wheel Endorsement
The Flight School offers tail wheel instruction if you're interested in the logbook competency endorsement or just interested in getting some tail wheel experience.
Contact Mike Paulson at email@example.com regarding training for the tail wheel endorsement.