The Aviat Eagle II is a single engine two-seat aircraft with a classic design. The plane has been in production for over 40 years and can be used for pilot training, recreational flying or agricultural spraying.

Aviat Aircraft
United States
1977 to: Present
US$0.27 million
1x 1 X Lycoming AEIO-360-A1D
200 horsepower
Max Cruise Speed:
143 knots
265 Km/h
Approach Speed (Vref):
50 knots
Travel range:
380 Nautical Miles
704 Kilometers
Fuel Economy:
32.29 nautical mile / gallon
15.797 kilometres / litre
Service Ceiling:
1,700 feet
Rate of Climb:
2100 feet / minute
10.67metre / second
Take Off Distance:
183 metre - 600.39 feet
Landing Distance:
152 metre - 498.68 feet
Max Take Off Weight:
716 Kg
1,578 lbs
Max Landing Weight:
Max Payload:
251 Kg
553 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity:
25 gallon
95 litre
Baggage Volume:
Seats - Economy / General:
2 seats
Seats - Business Class:
Seats - First Class:
Cabin Height:
Cabin Width:
Cabin Length:
Exterior Length:
5.46 metre - 17.91 feet
Tail height:
1.98 metre - 6.50 feet
Fuselage Diameter:
Wing Span / Rotor Diameter:
6.07 metre - 19.91 feet
Wing Tips:
No Winglets

The Aviat Eagle II is a great plane for pilots of all levels. It’s easy to fly, and the design makes it an affordable way to get into flying. The Aviat Eagle II also offers plenty of space for baggage or cargo so you can take your family or business with you on long trips. This single engine plane will fly at speeds up to 120 mph, making it one of the fastest planes in its class! There are many features that make this aircraft perfect for any pilot looking for a safe and fun experience when getting ready to take off into the sky!

The Aviat Eagle II is an affordable option compared to other planes on the market and many industry professionals recommend it as a first plane purchase because of its reliability and easy maintenance. The company offers more than just the typical four colors (blue, silver, green, yellow) but also gives buyers the opportunity to customize their own paint scheme by selecting different colors from their color chart. One drawback of this airplane model is that there are no doors so passengers must climb over each other when entering or exiting the cockpit.

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