Norway Flight Adventure

 As spring arrives in the far north, we fly through south-western Norway and again take a closer look at another aviation classic aircraft – the Piper PA-31 Navajo…

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Our aircraft

Spurred on by their company founder, engineers at Piper Aircraft designed a six- to eight-place, twin turbo piston-engine model. Becoming available in 1967, the PA-31 Navajo featured a wide cabin and aisle, generous baggage compartments and perhaps importantly for its ultimate success, no real competition. During its 17-year production life, the base model was modified, extended and upgraded so that by the time production ceased in 1974, almost 4,000 had been built.

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