Piper Archer

Every journey has a beginning and there is no better place to start than owning and flying a Piper Archer

In Brief

Learning to fly is a journey. A journey that begins when you make your first flight and a journey that ends when you’ve graduated to the airplane of your dreams. Over the years, the Archer has taught thousands of pilots to fly and has allowed them to grow their experience in a safe and sensible manner. With the ownership of a Piper Archer you will fulfill two missions with one airplane. The first mission will be learning to fly. The second will be gaining experience and knowledge in a very capable instrument cross country airplane.

As a classroom, the Piper Archer gives you everything you need to learn how to safely fly. Standard instrumentation includes the Garmin G500 glass cockpit system, a perfect mixture of low workload and high technology. Comfortable leather seats and air-conditioning as standard equipment add to the Archer’s appeal as a perfect airplane to become a pilot in.

Once you have learned how to fly you can grow with the Archer. Offering 130 KTAS cruise speeds, full IFR instrumentation, and S-TEC 55X Autopilot as standard give you an airplane that is perfect for gaining cross-country experience and obtaining an instrument rating. Remember, learning to fly is a journey with the Piper Archer you’ll get a very capable airplane that can get you started as a pilot and will take you wherever you want to go with your aircraft ownership experience.


Specifications & Equipment

Maximum Cruising Speed 128 ktas
Range with 45 Minute Reserve 522 nm
Standard Useful Load 870 lbs
Maximum Approved Altitude 14,100 ft
Engine Lycoming O-360-A4M, 180 hp
Wing Span 35.5 ft
Length 24 ft
Height 7.3 ft
Fuel Capacity 48 US gal

More information at the manufacturer's website