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Piper Seneca II PA-34-200T

By Htam
Piper Seneca II PA-34-200T

@ Half Moon Bay, CA

April 2016

A sharp looking Seneca departs Half Moon Bay after a day at the Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show. Responding to concerns about the Seneca’s handling qualities, Piper introduced the PA-34-200T Seneca II in 1975. The new model incorporated changes to the aircraft’s control surfaces, while the “T” in the designation reflected a change to turbocharged, six cylinder Continental TSIO-360E engines for improved performance, particularly at higher altitudes.  A total of 2,588 Seneca IIs were built. First flown in 1967, the Seneca has been in non-continuous production since 1971. Nikon D500 w/70-200mm.

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