How much is a Piper PA28?

How much is a Piper PA28?

Vref value Vref, the AOPA partner offering aircraft value estimates, suggests a base price for the Piper PA–28-180 of $25,000 for the 1962 model to $41,000 for the 1974 model.

Is a Piper Cherokee a good plane?

In addition to the emotional attachment that I have to my airplane, the Piper Cherokee is a great airplane to fly. It is also a very economical airplane, using 7 gallons of fuel per hour. It has a useful load of 850 to 900 pounds and will hold 50 gallons of fuel, enabling it to fly much longer than you would want to.

Do they still make Piper Cherokee?

Piper has created variations within the Cherokee family by installing engines ranging from 140 to 300 hp (105–220 kW), offering turbocharging, retractable landing gear, constant-speed propellers and stretching the fuselage to accommodate six people….Piper PA-28 Cherokee.

PA-28 Cherokee
Produced 1961–present
Number built 32,778+

How much does it cost to fill up a Piper Cherokee?

The Piper Cherokee burns about 8 gallons per hour with Avgas typically costing about $6 per gallon, hourly fuel costs for the Piper PA-28 run between $48 per hour.

Does Piper still make the warrior?

This airplane is still in production today, as the Warrior III model. From its inception, the PA-28 was meant to be an inexpensive airplane that offered benign (safe) flight characteristics and reasonable performance. The stabilator, sometimes described as a flying tail, is one of the Warrior’s distinguishing features.

How much does it cost to own a Piper Warrior?

Based on 450 annual owner-operated hours and $5.00-per-gallon fuel cost, the PIPER Warrior III has total variable costs of $54,450.00, total fixed costs of $19,785.00, and an annual budget of $74,235.00. This breaks down to $164.97 per hour.