Stats based on FAA registry:

In Production Models

  • Piper PA-28 Cherokee: 2-seat or 4-seat.
    • Archer TX: for training, Lycoming engine (T for Training?)
    • Archer DX: for training, Continental engine (D for Diesel), burning the more efficient jet fuel
    • Archer LX: for private, Lycoming engine (L for Lycoming?)
    • Archer DLX: for private, Continental engine
    • Arrow: for training, retractable landing gear
    • Pilot i100: introduced in 2019, as low cost VFR and IFR trainers. IFR version includes GFC500 autopilot.
  • Piper PA-44 Seminole: twin-engined, primarily used for multi-engined flight training.
  • Piper PA-46 Malibu, now called Piper M-Class: 6-seat, single engine, pressurized
    • M350: 350 hp
    • M500: 500 hp
    • M600: 600 hp, introduced in 2015, upgraded from M500

Historical Models

  • J-3 Cub and PA-18 Super Cub were so popular, thousands are still flying.
  • PA-32 and PA-32R (with retractable landing gear), and as the name Cherokee Six suggests, it is developed from the 4-seat PA-28 Cherokee, but seats 6.
  • Piper PA-34 Seneca: twin-engined
  • Piper PA-28-236 Dakota
  • Piper PA-28-151 Warrior
  • Piper PA-28-161 Warrior II
  • Piper PA-31 Navajo: twin-engined, 5 to 7 passengers
    • Piper PA-31T Cheyenne
    • Piper PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain
  • Piper PA-42 Cheyenne: turboprop