1976 PIPER PA-31T-620 Cheyenne II
Twin engine turboprop aircraft with retractable landing gear. The PA-31T-620 Cheyenne II seats up to 7 passengers plus 1 pilot.
2 x 620 HP
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Total Variable Cost (59.5 Hrs)
Cost Per Hour = $797.99
Cost Per Mile = $2.97
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(72.3 gallons/hr @ $5.40/gal)
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Misc: landing, parking, supplies,
Pratt & Whitney
Years before overhaul:
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