Piston twin pilots who frequently fly the earliest Piper Seneca models will appreciate the superb assembly of operational info contained in this one-of-a-kind, all-inclusive PA-34-200 checklist - though, to be fair, calling a Qref publication a "checklist" doesn't even begin to do it justice. In fact, a Qref booklet is more like a full-color, comprehensive, redesigned, user-friendly, streamlined, upgraded & updated POH/PIM/AFM on steroids. While most manufacturer-produced checklists do follow a logical, streamlined format, at times their setup can be a bit sparse on both nice-to-know and need-to-know info. Furthermore, although aircraft flight manuals (AFMs) contain a host of valuable data, it's often difficult to track down exactly what you're after - despite their industry-wide standardization. With this unparalleled treasure trove of Seneca I-specific info, Qref separates the wheat from the chaff so you'll always know exactly where your sought-after data awaits.Besides delivering logically arranged, easy-to-follow checklists for every conceivable aspect of operation from preflight to shutdown/tiedown - including emergencies - this Qref publication brings users a wealth of additional data unique to the PA-34-200: power settings/performance parameters, conversion tables, ALL V-speeds, weight & balance info, operating limitations, systems specifics, single-engine ops, and even rulers for a variety of common aeronautical chart scales. Plus, its tabbed, spiral-bound pages are all printed in stunning, 2400 DPI color on virtually indestructible sheets! Measures a kneeboard-friendly 4¼" x 7" and covers the Piper Seneca I (1972-74). An extremely intuitive cockpit co-pilot you'll never again want to aviate without.
Industry-leading, full-color, comprehensive, user-friendly resource for the Piper Seneca I PA-34-200 (1972-74)