General information about the Conquest II
The Cessna 441 is a business jet that is commonly referred to as Conquest II. The machine was designed and marketed in the United States by Cessna. The first flight took place on August 26, 1975. In the period from 1977 to 1986, a total of 362 pieces of the Conquest II were produced. The aircraft is Cessna's first aircraft equipped with turboprop engines or turboprop engines. In addition, the Conquest II has a pressurized cabin and can even be operated at altitudes up to 10,668 meters. By modifications to the engines, the Conquest II, in contrast to the standard version, fly even at higher temperatures. These variants are also called Super 8 or Dash 10 and can improve engine performance, such as better climbing performance and higher cruising speed.
Technical information about the Conquest II
The Conquest II can carry a maximum of two crew members and up to ten passengers. The machine is 11.89 meters long and 4.01 meters high. It has a wingspan of 15.04 meters and the wing area covers 23.65 square meters. The Cessna 441 weighs 2,577 kilograms and can reach a maximum take-off mass of 4,468 kilograms. The economic cruising speed is 480 kilometers per hour and the top speed touches at 547 kilometers per hour. The model has a range of 4,064 kilometers and the maximal service ceiling is 10,668 meters. The Conquest II is powered by two Garret TPE331-8-403S engines, each with 474 kilowatts of power.
Products and services for the Conquest II
For the Conquest II we also offer the RAM upgrade. We also like to integrate the Leica Camera System into your Cessna 441. This gives you the opportunity to take high-resolution pictures of your flight. We also wait your machine and do avionics checks. Furthermore, we offer annual inspections or test flights. All services are available from one source. Our experts are passionate pilots themselves and know the material best. Of course, we also respond to special requests, just contact us. For all our services, we make sure that the laws and regulations of EASA are adhered to, in line with our motto: Fly Legal!