Piper Cheyenne 400LS: Big Dog Turboprop Could Best A Citation I

In the late 1970s, then perennially penny-pinched Piper Aircraft could not stomach the costs of developing a clean-sheet light jet when that market segment was booming. But it needed an aircraft that could compete head-on with the fast selling Cessna Citation I.So, company engineers elected to hot...

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