Piper Cherokee

The Piper Cherokee is one of the most used aircrafts like its successor the Cessna. This aircraft too just like the Cessna is also used in conjunction with flight schools is offered. The Piper aircraft is a 4-6 passenger aircraft depending on the number of seats you are looking for in an aircraft can be accommodated for you. It is a single piston engine driven airplane with a 140-300 horsepower rating.
The Piper Cherokee comes with the option of a fixed or retractable landing gear, and fixed-pitch or constant-speed propellers. All members of the Cherokee family aircrafts are all metal body and have a low mounted wing.
The Cherokee's main competitors historically have been the Cessna 172, the Grumman American AA-5 series and the Beechcraft Musketeer.
Here are some little known facts on the Piper Cherokee. It has a maximum takeoff weight of 2,440 lbs. Service ceiling is 11,000 ft., Empty weight is 1,500 lbs. It fuel load is 50 US gallons (189 liters) total and has a range of 513 nm (950 km) at best economy mixture, 75% power, no reserve, 8,000 ft (2,438 m) density altitude, 2,300 lb (1,043 kg) gross weight, no wind.
Rate of climb at 640 ft per minute. Its fuel consumption is 11.4 US gallons per hour at best power mixture setting, 75% power; 9.2 US gallons per hour at best economy mixture setting, 65% power; 8.5 US gallons (32 liters) per hour at best economy mixture setting, 55% power.
Below is a video I included with the Piper Cherokee that will explain more of the aircraft.