Just Flight’s PA-38 Tomahawk

Piper's primary flight trainer

The Tomahawk holds fond memories for many of us who have undergone flight training. Piper introduced the two-seat Tomahawk aircraft in the late 1970s to compete with the Cessna 150/152, which at the time was the go-to primary trainer for many flying schools. Its low-wing T-tail configuration was claimed to deliver more speed and fuel economy.

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