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Piper Apache (N909PH)
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Piper Apache (N909PH)



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Dave MarshallPhoto Uploader
Piper PA-23-160 Apache
A superb photo capture... "5" stars!
Paul Wisgerhof
This Apache was produced sometime between late 1958 and mid-1962. Powered by 160hp Lycoming engines, seated four or six depending on owner's choice. One of the first mass produced light twins on the general aviation market.
Thank you Paul Wisgerhof for the Expl......
AKA, the flying sweet potato.
Ben Edwards
Looks like a cherry restoration. Dismal single engine performance. Only about 8" prop clearance on a paved surface. Soft grass only for the brave.
Edgardo Valentin
Thank you again Paul. Useful explanation.
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
26-Jul-2021 PA23Sherburn-In-Elmet ()Near Beverley, England 03:55PM BST Last seen 04:11PM BST 0:15
26-Jul-2021 PA23Near Beverley, EnglandSherburn-In-Elmet () First seen 02:47PM BST 03:02PM BST 0:15
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