Used Aircraft Guide
March 2017 Issue
If you can keep up with the maintenance, a 340 serves a broad mission. Comfort and performance are high points.
The typical cabin-class piston twin buyer is generally moving up from a high-performance single, or perhaps even stepping down from a jet or turboprop. With a need to go places comfortably and efficiently, these buyers recognize that a serious business airplane needs a decent cabin, credible speed and the ability to hack it when thereís ice or other rotten flying conditions in the forecast. Pressurization is nice since passengers donít want to spend several hours with a plastic hose stuck up the nose.
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