Used Aircraft Guide


Piper PA-34 Seneca

The Seneca, basically a twin Cherokee Six, was a hit when introduced and remains so today.


Over the years, few light aircraft manufacturers have managed to get as much mileage out of existing airframes as Piper. Vero Beach produced seemingly endless variants of the basic PA-28 Cherokee—everything from simple trainers to T-tailed turbocharged retractables to light twins, all of which were recognizably based on the same airframe. Piper’s larger single, the PA-32 Cherokee Six, was also transformed into several different airplanes over the years.

The PA-34 Seneca is, basically, what you get when you turn a Cherokee Six into a twin, sharing the trademark Hershey-bar wing, stabilator empennage and fuselage of the Cherokee Six. The Seneca had counter-...

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