Cessna

Cessna

The Cessna Aircraft Company is an airplane manufacturing corporation headquartered in Wichita, Kansas, USA. Their main products are general aviation aircraft. Although they are the most well known for their small, piston-powered aircraft, they also produce business jets. The company is a subsidiary of the U.S. conglomerate Textron.

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Cessna - Aircraft Models
... Currently Cessna has the following models in production Cessna 162 – high-wing, single piston engined, two-seat light sport aircraft in production since 2009 Cessna 172 – high ... More Cessna 172s have been built than any other aircraft ... Cessna 182 – high-wing, single piston engined, four-seat aircraft in production since 1996 (was originally produced between 1956 and 1985) Cessna 206 – high-wing, single piston ...
List Of Cessna Models
... The following is a list of all the Cessna aircraft models Cessna Model A Cessna Model AA Cessna Model AC Cessna Model AF Cessna Model AS Cessna Model AW Cessna Model BW Cessna ...
Cessna 308 - Development
... The Cessna 308 was conceived as an enlarged model 305 that would carry four people for the military light transport role and was developed in response to a US Army requirement ... based on the model 305, it incorporated a four-place cabin similar to the then current production Cessna 170 ... As a result, development of the Cessna 308 was not continued beyond the completion of a single prototype ...
List Of Cessna Models - Reims-Cessna
... The following Cessna models were built by Reims Aviation Reims-Cessna F150 Reims-Cessna F152 Reims-Cessna F172 Reims Cessna F177 Reims Cessna F182 Reims Cessna F337 Reims Cessna F406 ...
Cessna Comet
... The Cessna Comet was an early aircraft designed and built by Clyde Cessna in the United States in 1917 ... On 5 July 1917, Cessna used it to set a national airspeed record of 124.6 mph (200.5 km/h) and national distance record of 76 miles (122 km) flying ...