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Piper Cheyenne 400 (C-GGGF)
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Piper Cheyenne 400 (C-GGGF)

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Kent Anderson
King Hui,
That is not a Piper Cheyenne, PA42. It looks more like a Twin Beech and a pretty awesome one at that.
Neil Stephenson
Beech 18 c/n CA-267
FJ Mendez
Definitely a Beech 18.
Looks like you can train on it, as well as a P-23 Nomad on floats at their seaplane operation.
https://www.pacificseaplanes.net/seaplane-pilot-training/
Larry Stock
This is indeed NOT a Piper Cheyenne, it is a Beech 3NM or Beech 18 built in 1953, based in Nanaimo British Columbia. Great Shot!
Pat Cook
Like that top hatch on the Beech!
Samuel Bixler
BE18
jesse kyzer
https://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=19602
J.J. Lasne
Beautiful aircraft. I love the blue color, the twin propeller engines, the empennage. May I please get a ride or better, sit in the cockpit?
King F HuiPhoto Uploader
The plane type is automatically put on by Flightaware according to their database. Nothing to do with yours truly.
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