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Piper M350

Piper M350

 

The Piper M350 is the only current production pressurized piston-engine aircraft available today. It leads the piston pack with an impressive 213 ktas cruising speed, as well as the ability to cruise up to 25,000 ft in pressurized comfort. With standard dual turbochargers, owners can also expect a consistent fuel burn at any altitude keeping operating costs down.

 

Piper M350

 

Safety

Pulse Oximeter

The M350 features a panel-mounted pulse oximeter. The pilot’s heart rate and blood oxygen saturation can easily be measured and displayed on the MFD, along with continuous monitoring of carbon monoxide levels in the cabin

hypoxia recognition system with automatic descent mode

The Hypoxia Recognition System detects pilot incapacitation as a result of hypoxia by monitoring pilot interaction with the PFD, MFD, and Autopilot Controller at altitudes above cabin 14,900 feet with the autopilot engaged. If no interaction is detected within a specified time period, this system will engage Automatic Descent Mode and bring the aircraft to a lower altitude in an effort to allow recovery from hypoxia. The M350 can safely fly itself, without assistance, to lower altitudes in the unlikely case the pilot becomes unresponsive.

SYNTHETIC VISION

Garmin Synthetic Vision Technology takes situational awareness to a new level, regardless of what you can or cannot see through the windshield. Acquiring information from multiple certified databases, synthetic vision graphically depicts obstacles, terrain, water, and airports, providing you with all of the information you require for safer travel.

COUPLED GO-AROUND

With stall protections developed
 as part of the USP system, coupled go-arounds are possible without disengaging the autopilot. With this feature, the autopilot remains engaged and will fly the missed approach. If power is not added, the USP system will maintain a speed just above stall warning, adjusting airplane pitch attitude as required.

AUTOMATIC LEVEL MODE

The M350 features the pinnacle of pilot and passenger peace of mind: Level Mode, a function that, when triggered, will return the aircraft to a wings level attitude with zero vertical speed. Upon activation, Level Mode will automatically engage the flight director and autopilot functions to return the aircraft to straight and level flight. By simply pressing the blue
button, Level Mode is activated and cancels all armed and active modes, without impeding other autopilot modes available. This ingenious additional safety measure provides further reassurance for pilot and passengers in the circumstantial case it would be required.

ELECTRONIC STABILITY PROTECTION

Preventing the onset of stalls, spins, steep spirals, and loss-of-
control conditions, this passive feature discourages aircraft operation
outside the desired flight envelope. ESP functions independently of the autopilot system, and only takes effect when the pilot is hand-flying the aircraft with the autopilot disengaged. It works as a soft barrier to keep the Piper M350 inside the preferred performance envelope by automatically engaging servos to slightly correct control surface positions when the aircraft exceeds one or more flight parameters, essentially encouraging it back inside optimal flight specifications.

GTS 33ES + GTX 825 = ADS-B IN AND OUT

The standard GTX 33ES provides ADS-B out functionality. ADS-B In can be achieved by adding the optional GTS-825 Traffic Advisory System. The GTS-825 (ADS-B In) traffic systems provide a comprehensive traffic picture. It can track up to 75 targets within a
 40 nm interrogation range. Additionally, spoken ATC-like aural alerts help manage your safe flight.

UNDERSPEED PROTECTION

Underspeed Protection (USP) is
 an intuitive flight director function that reacts to underspeed conditions in a way that allows the autopilot 
to remain engaged, but prevents the airplane from stalling.

 

Piper M350

 

Web: piper.com

 

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Roger Moore (1927 - 2017)

 

Born October 14th 1927, he was the Quintessential British Gentleman who first dabbled in the TV series Maverick as Beauregard Maverick, one of the interchangable brothers for which the series was well known for. He also headlined a version of Ivanhoe. As previously mentioned, his role on The Saint got him his biggest role for which many people still know him to this day:Bond, James Bond.

 

Roger Moore’s relationship with the series started with Live and Let Die and lasted until A View to a Kill. He was 45 when he started out, and almost 58 when he wrapped things up, with the longest tenure in both years and number of films to datenote . His era is known being very light hearted, often to the point of self-parody, making him somewhat divisive among fans of the series, and it is often debated how much of the self-parody was him and how much of it was the studio.

 

Unfortunately Sir Roger’s affection for the role fluctuated. It seems on one hand he loved the job, but on the other hand a great deal of I Am Not Spock feedback came from him. Reportedly, “Who’s the best Bond!?” questions tend to leave a sour taste in his mouth because it’s such a Base Breaker being him (despite, you know, George Lazenby already having been there).Later in his life, he retired as an actor, but seemed all right with doing a cameo here and there.

 

However, he put his celebrity to good use in humanitarian activities (most notably as a UNICEF ambassador), earning a knighthood in the process. He also filmed a role in the pilot for a new series based on The Saint, after having provided a voiceover for the ill-fated 1990s movie version.

 

He passed away from cancer on May 23rd, 2017 at the age of 89.

 

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PA-44 Piper Seminole

 

The Piper Seminole has clearly established itself to be the best multi-engine trainer available today. With over twenty years of proven service, both students and instructors can appreciate its ability to perform advanced maneuvers and procedures skillfully and safely. Even with its standard G1000 flight deck and easy-to-maintain metal construction, the Seminole still has a lower acquisition cost than the competition.

 

PA-44 Piper Seminole

AVIONICS

GARMIN G1000 AVIONICS SUITE

Single 10.4” PFD, Single 10.4” MFD, Dual GIA 63W NAV/COM/GPS, Single GRS 77 AHRS Computer, Garmin FliteCharts, Garmin SafeTaxi, GMA 1347 Digital Audio Panel, Single GDC 74A Air Data Computer, GTX 33 ES Mode S Transponder (ADS-B “Out” Compliant), and Aspen EFD1000 Standby Flight Instruments

ADDITIONAL STANDARD EQUIPMENT & Warranty

Tail Strobe Light | Wing Tip Recognition Lights | School Paint Scheme with Two Vinyl Trim Colors and Logo | Piper Warranty Program (2 years on airframe) | Garmin Warranty (2 years on avionics) | 2 years/2500 hours power plant warranty.
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT

Enhanced AFCS (includes ESP)
Jeppesen ChartView (one year subscription to Jeppesen PilotPak)
GDL 69A XM WX Satellite Radio/Weather
Synthetic Vision
TAWS-B (Terrain Awareness and Warning System)
BendixKing KR 87 ADF
BendixKing KN 63 DME
Electric Trim
GTS-800 Traffic Advisory System
GFC 700 Autopilot
Air Conditioning (Kelly Aerospace)
United Kingdom Lighting Package
Vision 1000 – Flight Monitoring System
Top Metallic Basecoat
Bottom Metallic Base Color
Non-Standard Approved Paint Scheme
AMSAFE: AmSafe Aviation Airbag System (crew seats)
Additional Special Options

 

Web:  piper.com
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