The 2013 Piper Matrix
If you’re tired of flying in the confines of a 4-place airplane, the 6-place piston single Piper Matrix will expand your horizons. As the pilot, you’ll experience the privacy and comfort of a cabin-class airplane and the Matrix’s unpressurized simplicity, while your passengers enjoy the luxurious space of the cabin-class Matrix.
If you and your passengers have been limited to flying 4-place airplanes, the Piper Matrix will impress everyone. With an aft airstair door entrance, a central aisle in the cabin, a work station with individual reading lights, a power supply for a laptop and both internal and external baggage storage, your flying takes on a different level of sophistication and comfort.
With the largest cabin in its class, not only is the Piper Matrix a more comfortable way to travel, it also offers no compromises concerning performance and capability. 213 ktas, 1345 nm at long range cruise. 25,000 ft operating altitude and Flight Into Known Icing (FIKI) approved.
The world of flying 4-place airplanes is a thing of the past with the Piper Matrix.
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Piper Matrix Specifications
With a cabin that is the largest in its class and price tag that isn’t, cabin class comfort and capability is now within reach. Dollars spent on a Piper Matrix add up to an airplane with capabilities costing much more when considering competing airplanes.
As you specify and equip your Piper Matrix using the data shown below, you’ll begin to appreciate how you are stepping up in performance without stepping outside your comfort zone.
|SPECIFICATIONS - 2013 Piper Matrix||Piper PA-46R-350T|
|Max Cruising Speed:||213 ktas (395 km/h)|
|Range with 45 Minute Reserve||1,343 nm (2,491 km)|
|Standard Useful Load||1,389 lbs (630 kg)|
|Number of Seats||Six (6)|
|Maximum Approved Altitude||25,000 ft (7,620 m)|
Lycoming Dual Turbocharged
|Wing Span||43 ft (13.1 m)|
|Length||28.9 ft (8.8 m)|
|Height||11.3 ft (3.4 m)|
|Cabin Length||148 in (375.9 cm)|