Piper Cherokee EI-COZ
The Piper Cherokee family is a a family of all-metal, unpressurized, single engine, piston powered, low-wing aircraft. They are especially popular with training clubs due to their rigidity, reliability and simplicity.
The first flight of the Cherokee family was on the 14th January 1960, and it is still in production, with over 33,000 different units built since then.
Multiple different variants exist, even military versions.