1977 Piper Super Cheyenne II

(Blackhawk PT6A-135A Conversion)

For someone looking for a top quality entry level turbo-prop, Cheyenne N950CT deserves a long look. With 795 hours since factory new PT6A-135A upgraded engines and new 4-Blade Black-Mac propellers, this plane is ready to deliver economical service for many years to come. These upgraded engines give this Cheyenne easy 12-15 minute to FL250 climbs and 270-275 knot performance once there.

The Cheyenne still shines in this age of single-engine turbo-props. Try carrying 900 lb of payload and 5.6 hours of fuel in a single engine turbo-prop for anywhere near $1 million!  The piece of mind of having two of the most reliable turbine engines ever built is an added plus.  Operational expenses on a quality Cheyenne will be comparable to the single engine turbo-prop, and the depreciation curve looks much better. This Cheyenne is priced at just a bit above the value of the PT6A-135A engines and props. The -135A engines are in high demand and will always provide a backstop from depreciation on this fantastically maintained Cheyenne.

This aircraft has been meticulously maintained in recent years by a Piper Dealer / Service Center that also has maintained a charter Cheyenne fleet for decades.  N950CT has all new recently installed windows, including new heated (glass) pilot's and co-pilot's windows.  It is $100,000+ to put new glass in a Cheyenne today, and there are only a few Cheyennes in the fleet with recent all new windows.  During inspection events in 2017 both engine nacelles got complete new wiring harnesses - another huge dollar maintenance item that few Cheyennes in the fleet have had accomplished. 

This Cheyenne is based in the Tulsa Oklahoma area, and can be viewed by appointment.  Please don't hesistate to inquire with regard to tailoring this plane to your needs (modifications, cosmetics, or avionics) or to discuss financing options.

1977 Piper Cheyenne II
(with Blackhawk PT6A-135A Conversion)

Piper PA31T2



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Left Engine Log

Right Engine Log

        • Approx 7940 Hours Total Time Since New
        • Complete and Original Maintenance Logs Since New
        • No Major Damage History

        • American Aviation Speed Stacks
        • American Aviation Ram Air Intake
        • Known Ice Equipped
        • Near New Glass Heated Pilots/Co-pilots Windshield
        • Near New Side Windows
        • New Boots installed 2004 in Excellent Condition
        • Exceptionally Well Maintained Cheyenne
        • Maintained by Piper Dealer with decades of Part 135 Cheyenne History


Panel with new dual ADS-B Garmin Transponders (Full panel image below - before new transponders)

    • Garmin GMA-340 Audio Panel / Marker Beacon / Intercom
    • Garmin GTN530W GPS/Nav/Com Moving MAP with WAAS (Fully Coupled)
    • Garmin GTN430W GPS/Nav/Com Moving MAP with WAAS (Fully Coupled)
    • Avidyne EX-600 Multi-Function Display with XM Weather Uplink
    • Bendix RDR-1200 Weather Radar (Displayed on Avidyne MFD)
    • BFG WX-500 Remote Stormscope (Displayed on Avidyne MFD)
    • Avidyne TAS-610 Active Traffic (Displayed on Avidyne MFD)
    • Sandel Electonic HSI SN3308
    • Collins PN-101 co-pilot's Slaved HSI
    • Garmin GTX-345 ADS B IN/OUT Transponder #1
    • Garmin GTX-335 ADS B Transponder #2
    • Bendix M4D Autopilot with Yaw Damper
    • Bendix Altitude Alert

    Please ask about avionics upgrades available.

Engines & Propellers

Left and Right Engine
    • 795 Since Factory New Pratt and Whitney PT6A-135A Blackhawk Conversion  (New -135A Engines alone are $433k per today)
    • 795 Since New McCauley 4-Blade Black-Mac Props ($45k Mod)

Paint and Interior:
Paint and interior were done late 2000's and are in very good condition.

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