Carenado’s Piper PA-28 Archer II review

Carenado’s Archer hits the mark

The Piper PA-28 Archer II cuts an iconic figure when looking at the spectrum of GA trainer and light touring aircraft. Its reliable engine and construction, as well as four seats, means it’s perfect for early-hours pilots, with benign training characteristics but with the legs, space and comfort for recreational touring and taking friends for local sightseeing and holiday purposes.

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