Tue, Jul 28, 2009
Today at EAA's AirVenture, Piper announced that it will add the
Garmin G600 glass avionics suite to its primary trainers, its
twin-engine aircraft and the newly revamped Piper Archer that will
come to market next year.
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The G600 will be offered as optional equipment on the Seneca V,
as well as both the Piper Warrior and the Piper Seminole.
In addition, the G600 and STEC-55X autopilot will be standard on
the reintroduced Piper Archer, set to be unveiled in 2010.
The Archer, which will sell for approximately $300,000,
will also include Nexrad weather, air conditioning, and leather
seats as standard equipment.
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