Piper Navajo PA31

The Piper PA-31 Navajo, introduced in 1967, represents a family of twin-engined civil utility aircraft targeting the corporate and general aviation market. The initial PA-31, conceived at the request of company founder William T. Piper in 1962, was partially derived from the Twin Comanche, featuring two Lycoming TIO-540-A turbocharged engines housed in “tiger shark” cowlings. The PA-31 Navajo incorporated a conventional tail, with additional cabin windows facilitated by an extended fuselage and forward placement of the engines. Unfortunately, due to the rapidly evolving nature of aviation during that era, public interest shifted swiftly, resulting in minimal demand for the Piper PA-31 Navajo, and production ceased in 1984.

Red Box is delighted to present an extensive range of ground power equipment for this aircraft, including tugs, ground power units, start power unit and more, meticulously tailored to meet the specific requirements of the Piper PA-31 Navajo.

Our offerings include the 709 tug, and the RBPS25 continuous power unit—an ideal choice for diagnostic work, pre-flight checks, or continuous powering of equipment during operations, without draining the onboard aircraft batteries. Additionally, our TC3000 range features a combination of start and continuous power in one unit, specifically designed for Piper PA-31 Navajo aircraft.

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