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Piper Archer ll N47LH

The Archer II Cherokee is a family of light aircraft built by Piper Aircraft and designed for flight training, air taxi and personal use  This family of aircraft are all-metal, unpressurized, single-engine, piston-powered airplanes with low-mounted wings and tricycle landing gear. They have a single door on the copilot side, which is entered by stepping on the wing.

The first Archer received its type certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration in 1960, and the series remains in production to this day. Current models are the Arrow and the Archer TX and LX. The Archer was discontinued in 2009, but with investment from new company ownership, the model was put back into production in 2010.
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Piper Cherokee Six 300 N54476

The big Six is a prodigious people packer. Resembling a stretched version of the basic Cherokee airframe, it provides slight twin performance with single-engine economy. The Six was introduced in 1965 with a 260-hp engine, which some pilots seem to feel was not quite enough power. So the people at Piper decided to offer the option of the 300-hp powerplant up front in 1970.

Basically a six-seater, the largest of the Cherokees is easily converted to handle a large amount of cargo loaded through its spacious rear double doors; thus, it performs as a double-duty passenger utility airplane. Besides the standard six-seat arrangement with center aisle, there is a seventh-seat option.
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Piper Archer ll N30877

The Archer II Cherokees are tame, docile airplanes with unremarkable handling characteristics. The stall is almost a nonevent, and these airplanes take a lot of provoking to spin. Many pilots feel that Archers are easy airplanes to consistently land well. They handle crosswinds with minimal fuss and minimal footwork, and make you look good in front of passengers and airport gawkers alike.

The first Archer received its type certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration in 1960, and the series remains in production to this day. Current models are the Arrow and the Archer TX and LX. The Archer was discontinued in 2009, but with investment from new company ownership, the model was put back into production in 2010.
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Piper Archer ll N4319Y

Also as of 9 May 2016 Pompano Beach Flying Club has a 1984 PA-28-181 Archer with the Garmin G500 (synthetic vision), GTN750 GPS/NAV/COM (displays traffic/terrain/approach charts/etc), Aera 796 portable GPS for XM weather, S-Tec 60-2 two axis autopilot, JP Instruments EDM700 engine monitor with fuel manager. This is THE aircraft to use to learn the modern Garmin equipment.
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