Cessna 400 Series

General information about the Cessna 400 series

The Cessna 400 is a light aircraft from the United States. The model was designed by the manufacturer Cessna, or Columbia Aircraft Corporation. The first flight was completed in June 2000, after which the market entry in the same year still followed. The single-engine low-wing aircraft has a solid chassis. The Cessna 400 series is similar to the Cessna 350. Only the engine has been changed. Originally the machine was sold under the name Cessna 400. From January 2009, this name changed in Corvalis TT, which stands for twin turbocharged. The machine has an aerodynamic composite cell, as well as a glass cockpit with products from Garmin. In November 2007, the company Columbia was taken over in parts of Cessna, which explains the different naming. The Cessna 400 is the first piston aircraft without analogue instruments. In January 2018, production was discontinued due to weak sales. 

 Technical data for the Cessna 400 series

The Cessna 400 Series provides space for a crew member in the cockpit. The cabin can accommodate up to three passengers. The machine has a span of 11.0 meters and a length of 7.72 meters. The aircraft is 2.74 meters high and the wing area covers 13.10 square meters. The cabin is 1.24 meters high, 1.24 meters wide and 3.54 meters long. The payload is 500 kilograms and the empty weight is 1,034 kilograms. The machine can start with a maximum weight of 1,636 kg. The Cessna 400 has a cruising speed of 315 kilometers per hour and a maximum speed of 435 kilometers per hour. The maximal service ceiling touches at 7,600 meters and the machine has a range of 2,038 kilometers. 

  Products and services for the Cessna 400 series 

 The Leica Camera System offers you the possibility of making your flight high-resolution images. We are happy to integrate this into your machine. We also offer the RAM upgrade. In addition to the products, we also have a variety of services for you. We are happy to wait for your machine or to carry out test flights. Avionics checks or repairs are also part of our service offer. Of course, during all work we make sure that your machine complies with EASA regulations, in line with our motto: Fly Legal!

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