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 Post subject: Embraer 820C “Caraja”
PostPosted: Yesterday, 22:38 


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I know Piper had license agreements for various aircraft, but this one is new to me. I wonder if they were just assembled from Piper parts, or actually manufactured by Embraer? ... -IN-NP.pdf


 Post subject: Re: Embraer 820C “Caraja”
PostPosted: Yesterday, 23:23 


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Piper 1040.


 Post subject: Re: Embraer 820C “Caraja”
PostPosted: Today, 08:59 


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Piper 1040.

Minus the tip tanks. I wonder how much shorter its range is.


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