The PiperJet was reported in October 2006, as a contender to the twin-engined Eclipse 500 and Cessna Citation Mustang. The airplane’s fuselage was indistinguishable cross area from the propeller-driven Piper PA-46 arrangement, with a 4 feet (1.2 m) increment long. It was to be equipped for conveying up to 7 travelers and journey at 360 bunches (666.7 km/h), at a most extreme elevation of 35,000 feet (10,668.0 m). Most extreme range was relied upon to be 1,300 nautical miles (2,407.6 km), with a full-fuel payload of 800 pounds. Flute player chose Williams International to supply its FJ44-3AP turbofan motor for the PiperJet.