ENAER T-35 Pillán


CASA T-35 Pillan (ECH-51), Spanish Air Force, E26-32 / 79-79 © Javier Sanchez Gomez
Photo ©: Javier Sanchez Gomez (photos at airliners.net)
The ENAER T-35 Pillán is a single-engine two-seat trainer aircraft developed by the US-American manufacturer Piper Aircraft and produced by the Chilean manufacturer ENAER, Empresa Nacional de Aeronáutica de Chile.
The T-35 Pillán is a development of the Piper PA-28 using components of the PA-28, PA-31 and PA-32R.
Propulsion1 Piston Engine
Engine ModelLycoming IO-540-K1K5
Engine Power224 kW300 hp
max. Cruise Speed311 km/h168 kts
  193 mph
max. Speed (vne)413 km/h223 kts
  257 mph
Service Ceiling3.048 m10.000 ft
Range1.361 km735 NM
846 mi.
Empty Weight930 kg2.050 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight1.338 kg2.950 lbs
Wing Span8,84 m29 ft 0 in
Wing Area13,7 m²147 ft²
Length8,00 m26 ft 3 in
Height2,64 m8 ft 8 in
First Flight06.03.1981 (PA-28R-300)
Production Statusin production
Developed fromPiper PA-28
Data for (Version)ENAER T-35A Pillán
VariantsPiper PA-28R-300 Pillán, T-35A, T-35B, T-35C (E.26 Tamiz), T-35D, T-35DT, T-35S, T-35T Aucan, Pillán 2000

[Photo-ID: 2944] © Hartmut Ehlers 2010-01-14
ENAER ENAER T-35 Pillán, Paraguay Air Force - Fuerza Aérea Paraguaya (FAP), FAP 0105, c/n ,© Hartmut Ehlers, 2010ENAER
ENAER T-35 Pillán
Paraguay Air Force - Fuerza Aérea Paraguaya (FAP)
Reg.: FAP 0105
Taken in the small-plane hangar during a visit to the FAP HQ
[Asunción International Airport (SGAS / ASU)]