Piper Aircraft Manufactured By Date

Note: List From Wikipedia

 
Model name First flight Number built Type
J-2 Cub 1936 1207 Single-engined high-wing cabin monoplane
J-3 Cub 1938 19,888 Single-engined high-wing cabin monoplane
J-4 Cub Coupe 1939 1251 Single-engined high-wing cabin monoplane
J-5 Cub Cruiser 1940 1507 Single-engined high-wing cabin monoplane
P-1 Applegate Duck 1940 1 Amphibian
P-2 Cub 1941 1 Single-engined high-wing cabin monoplane
P-3 1939 1 Single-engined high-wing cabin monoplane, also known as J-4RX
P-4 Cub 1941 1 Single-engined high-wing cabin monoplane
P-5 1944 1 Single-engined high-wing cabin monoplane, also known as J-3X
PT-1 Trainer 1942 1 Two-seats in tandem, low-wing monoplane
PWA-1 Skycoupe 1943 1 Two seat low wing twin-boom monoplane, later became PA-7
PWA-8 Cub Cycle 1944 1 Single seat, mid-wing single-engine monoplane
PA-6 Sky Sedan 1945 2 Four seat, low-wing retractable gear monoplane
PA-7 Skycoupe 1944 1 Two seat low wing twin-boom monoplane, was PWA-1,
PA-8 Skycycle 1945 2 Single seat, mid-wing single-engine monoplane
PA-9 1945 None Single-engined high-wing observation and liaison
PA-10 1946 None Single-engined low-wing side-by-side two-seater
PA-11 Cub Special 1947 1541 Single-engined high-wing cabin monoplane
PA-12 Super Cruiser 1946 3760 Single-engined high-wing cabin monoplane
PA-13 - none Designation not used
PA-14 Family Cruiser 1948 238 Single-engined high-wing cabin monoplane
PA-15 Vagabond 1948 387 Side-by-side two-seat high-wing
PA-16 Clipper 1949 736 Four-seat version of the PA-15
PA-17 Vagabond 1948 214 Dual-control variant of the PA-15
PA-18 Super Cub 1950 10,222 Single-engined high-wing cabin monoplane
PA-19 Super Cub 1949 3 Military variant of the PA-18
PA-20 Pacer 1950 1120 Re-designed PA-16
PA-21 1949 None Production version of the Bauman Brigadier
PA-22 Tri-Pacer 1951 9490 Updated version of the PA-20 with nose wheel
PA-23 Apache 1954 2047 Twin-engined low-wing cabin monoplane
PA-24 Comanche 1958 4717 Single-engine four-seat low-wing cabin monoplane
PA-24-400 Comanche 1964 148 Re-engined PA-24 development
PA-25 Pawnee 1959 5167 Single-engined agricultural monoplane
PA-26 None High-powered version of the PA-24
PA-27 Aztec 1960 4929 Improved version of the PA-23, kept PA-23 designation
PA-28 Cherokee 1961 10,896 Single-engined low-wing cabin monoplane
PA-28-140 Cherokee 1964 10,089 Two-seat training variant
PA-28 Warrior 1974 4842 Improved PA-28
PA-28-235 Cherokee/Dakota 1964 2913 Improved PA-28
PA-28R Arrow 1967 6694 Improved PA-28
PA-28R-300 Pillan 1982 2 plus kits for Chile Two-seat military trainer
PA-29 Papoose 1956 None Enlarged PA-23
PA-30 Twin Comanche 1963 2001 Twin-engined low wing cabin monoplane
PA-31 Navajo 1967 1785 Twin-engined low wing cabin monoplane
PA-31-350 Chieftain 1973 1825 Stretched Navajo
PA-31P Navajo / Mojave 1970 309 Pressurized Navajo
PA-31T Cheyenne 1974 847 Turboprop powered Navajo
PA-32 Cherokee Six 1966 4373 Six-seat Cherokee
PA-32R Lance/Saratoga 1976 2721 Retractable landing gear variant of the PA-32
PA-33 Comanche 1966 1 Pressurized Comanche
PA-34 Seneca 1972 4354 Twin-engine low-wing cabin monoplane
PA-35 Pocono 1968 1 Twin-engined pressurized commuter airliner
PA-36 Pawnee Brave 1973 938 Single-engined agricultural monoplane
PA-37 1960s None Twin engined PA-33
PA-38 Tomahawk 1978 2519 Two seat basic trainer
PA-39 Twin Comanche C/R 1970 155 Improved PA-30
PA-40 Arapaho 1973 3 built,
5 not completed
PA-30 replacement
PA-41P 1974 1 Pressurized Aztec
Piper PA-42 Cheyenne 1980 175 T-tail pressurized twin
PA-43 1979 None Piston-engined PA-42
PA-44 Seminole 1979 469 Twin-engined Arrow
PA-45 1970s None Six-seat T-tailed aircraft family
PA-46 Malibu 1984 344 Six-seat pressurized single
PA-47 Piperjet 2008 1 prototype only seating for 6 or 7 based on configuration
PA-48 Enforcer 1971 4 prototypes Single seat counter-insurgency aircraft
based on the Cavalier Mustang/P-51 Mustang
PA-60 Aerostar 1967 1010 Six-seat pressurized twin,
Piper purchased the design from Ted R. Smith
PiperSport 2010 40 Two seat light-sport aircraft
Piper markets the aircraft produced by Czech Sport Aircraft - previously known as the SportCruiser