Used Aircraft Guide

January 2017 Issue

Piper Arrow

It’s not great at any one thing, but it works well for training and regional travel.

At one time, a normally aspirated 200-HP Piper Arrow was our go-to aircraft for travel around the Northeast and occasional hauls from Connecticut to the Carolinas. While the Arrow lacked the excitement of a Mooney 201, it was stone simple to fly, had reasonable operating costs and most important to our mission—it delivered good dispatch reliability.

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