Used Aircraft Guide

January 2018 Issue

Piper Aztec/Apache

Need a light twin that carries almost a ton of payload and works on short runways? A Piper Aztec can do it, but be ready for moderately intensive maintenance.

The headline groups the Aztec and Apache as one, and sure, while the Aztec could never have been born without the Apache, they are quite different. From an appearance standpoint, the original potato-like shaped Piper PA-23 Apache is easily distinguishable from the sleeker Aztec.

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