Piper Pa31-310 Navajo

               The Piper Pa31-310 Navajo is a cabin-class, twin-engine aircraft designed and built by Piper Aircraft for the general aviation market. The Navajo is fitted with two 310hp TIO-540-E Lycoming engines. Targeted at small-scale cargo and feeder liner operations and the corporate market, the aircraft was a success. With its proven track record, the Navajo continues to prove a popular choice in general aviation, with production running from 1971 up until 1984.

Air Frontier Piper Navajo

               The Piper Navajo is fitted with up to eight seats in total(including pilot seat), or an optional executive layout for 7 passengers seated in club configuration. Some of our Navajo's are fitted with wing lockers for extra baggage space. Air Frontier operate two of this type,  with both operating from our Darwin base. 

               The Navajo can be configured for passenger and/or cargo transport. Some of our Navajo's are fitted with wing lockers for extra baggage and cargo space. The Navajo is a very capable freighter aircraft, with passenger seats easily removed to convert the aircraft to a cargo configuration. With double doors located behind the wing, bulky freight can easily be accommodated. This aircraft can accommodate any and all types of freight including bulky items, dangerous goods, live animals, regular freight, essential freight for emergency situations, and more.

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