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Lance Neibauer called Martin Hollman one day and said, lets design an all fiberglass airplane with fixed gears. We will use the Stallion size wing and tail and the LIV fuselage and we will have it flying by Oshkosh this year. High Tech went on overtime building molds and Martin designed the new aircraft called the Lancair ES. It was designed, built and test flown in 63 days. Lance had the help of 38 people who came to bend, or to build it at their expense. They wanted to learn how to build fiberglass airplanes.


This aircraft has the same body shape as the Lancair IV, but with a longer wingspan and a fixed, tricycle undercarriage. These all-composite, four-seat, fixed gear models offer roomy interiors. The ES and Super ES four-place aircraft have high climb rate, long endurance, slow landing speed, and can haul a load at 200-225 mph.


Based on analysis and testing, the custom airfoil sections used in the Lancair IV was suited to the ES models. This wing structure features a high laminar flow design which enhances cruise speed, control and lift. With preferred cruising of 7,000 to 12,000 feet, an aspect ratio of 8.4:1 was selected.


Large, easy-to-operate, full slotted electrical flaps make the transition from high cruise speed to low pattern speed easy. The nearly 19 feet of effective flap span, combined with the high-lift, slotted flap design gives a low stall speed of 65mph. Detachable wing panels remove the wings while the aircraft remains on its landing gear.


The ES interior is 46 inches across and 48 inches in height, with large windows and the wrap-around windshield. An inflatable door seal keeps the cabin shielded from whistling wind and engine noise. Also, a custom sound-proofing package, developed exclusively for Lancairs, is available to make the cabin even quieter.


The ES can cruise at 225 mph in the Super ES which features a 310-hp Continental IO-550 engine. The ES can easily reach 200 mph with its 210-hp Continental IO-360 engine. Our climb rate is up to 2000 fpm and takeoff distance 600 ft.
The Fastbuild door option offers a completely finished door with all hinges, latches, gas strut, pneumatic door seal, lock and window installed. This option saves our builders over 200 hours.


With the Super ES at 55% power, fuel consumption is approximately 11 gph, which equates to 6 hours of flight with an hour reserve at 170 mph, and in excess of 1,000 miles – with a maximum range of 1,450.


Fuel is carried in tanks, on the left and right, integrated within the wing bays. A standard supply of 95 gallons is offered. As a safety feature, each tank incorporates a "slosh bay" to prevent unporting of the fuel pickup during uncoordinated maneuvers. The fuel valve also returns vapor to the same fuel tank that is in use.

The main gear legs are tubular 4340 steel, gun-drilled, honed, tapered, heat-treated and plated for rust protection. The Cleveland 600 x 6 wheels come standard with heavy-duty breaks. The nose gear features a custom-built premium air/oleo strut for maximum dampening. The differential braking system allows for tight turns and the rudder provides ground steering at speeds as low as 20 mph.

The airframe components are cured under vacuum pressure at 270&Mac176;F. A full flutter test program is conducted on all aircraft components.


A complete static load testing program is conducted for the wing and other specific load bearing areas.

Lancair airframe system components are pre-built, ready for assembly. There’s no welding, no machining, no contour forming. The Fastbuild kits include premolded surfaces using high-temperature epoxy-based prepregs. Most of the major assemblies come complete, including the wing with ribs, spar and hardpoints for control surfaces installed. The main gear is attached to the fuselage and the firewall and engine mount are installed with the nose gear attached. Plus, the tail surfaces come with equal amounts of completion, even the rudder hardware is installed.

With the Fastbuild "A" kit option, virtually all of the inner wing and horizontal tail structure is installed. With the Fastbuild "B" kit option, major fuselage subassemblies are preinstalled, including firewall, engine mount supports, bulkheads, landing gear and tail alignment saddles.

The aircraft is developed around an engine of choice. For the Lancair Super ES that engine is the Continental IO-550. This normally aspirated engine develops 310 hp at sea level. As an option, Lancair also support Continental IO-360ES installations. This is a 210 hp engine that will burn an average of 9.5 gph, giving you a range well over 1800 sm with the additional fuel option.


Lancair will fastbuild the engine by installing an engine to the mount and adding all baffling, fittings, lines, ect. to completely plumb the engine. They can also install all the firewall-mounted items needed onto the firewall before the fuselage kit leaves the facility. With these two options, the engine can installed in less than a day.

Lancair created a whole new company that is dedicated solely to the avionic systems of Lancair.
Customers receive very competitive prices on virtually all avionics and cockpit systems. The modular Lancair instrument panel is custom painted to your specifications, complete with professional labeling, and each panel is bench tested and "burned in" for a minimum of thirty hours to ensure a fast, trouble-free installation.

The Lancair ES-P four-place fixed gear aircraft can cruise at speeds of up to 293 miles per hour at 24,000 feet with its all-carbon fiber pressurized cabin.

In 1991 in the Philippines, Pacific Aeronautical, the new name of ACT relocated to Cebu City and started producing airframes for Lancair 320 and Lancair IV, the new higher-powered, four-seat version. Also in 1991, the PADC started assembling Lancair IVs and Lancair ESs ordered by the Philippine National Police (PNP).

 

The 1998 Columbia 300 (ATC LC40-550FG) is a factory-built ship based on Super ES design; fixed tri-gear, four place and 300hp Continental IO-550N engine. Eleven had been built by early 2001. One to NASA in Jan 2001 for use as a testbed in evaluating technologies developed in Advanced General Aviation Transport Experiments (AGATE) and Small Aircraft Transportation System (SATS) programs.
 
The ES was later certified and called the Columbia and then Cessna 400. The ES kit price was $33,900 (1991), and $39,900-42,900 (1998). The Cessna 400 was derived from the normally aspirated Columbia 300, which in turn was derived from the Lancair ES kit aircraft. The Cessna 400 was originally built by Columbia Aircraft as the Columbia 400.
 
 Cessna350
Cessna 350
 
The 400 is powered by a turbocharged Continental TSIO-550-C engine producing 310 horsepower (230 kW) at 2600 rpm. The 400 features a Garmin G1000 glass cockpit that was later incorporated into the 300 to create the Cessna 350.
 
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Columbia 400's Continental TSIO-550-C engine installation
 
The 400's Continental TSIO-550-C engine is capable of being operated lean of peak. Measured in flight at 11,000 feet (3355 m), 50 F° (28 C°) rich of peak turbine inlet temperature, maximum cruise yielded 199 knots (369 km/h) true air speed and 24.7 US gallons (93 L) per hour fuel flow. At the same operating parameters and 50–75 °F lean of peak the 400 was measured at 189 knots (350 km/h) TAS and 17.8 US gal (67 L)/hr (106.8 lb/hr, 67.6 l/hr).
 
The Columbia 400 was marketed with an optional ice protection system, known as E-Vade that was not certified for flight into known icing. The system consists of heat-conducting graphite foil panels on the wing and tail leading edges. These panel areas are heated by 70 volt 100 amp electrical power delivered from a dedicated alternator. The system is controlled by a single switch.
 
The 400 features optional speedbrakes mounted on the wing's top surfaces.
 
The 400 nosewheel is not directly steerable; directional control while taxiing is accomplished using differential braking on the mainwheels.
 
Initially sold simply as the Cessna 400, the aircraft was given the marketing name Corvalis TT for twin turbocharged by Cessna on 14 January 2009. The name is a derivation of the town of Corvallis, Oregon which is west of the Bend, Oregon location of the Cessna plant that built the aircraft, prior to closing the plant and relocating production to Independence, Kansas in 2009.
 
In 2008 Cessna's new low wing, high performance, composite aircraft sold for around US$620,000. The 1991 ES (TC LC20) was available as the Super ES with IO-550G engine.
 
In April 2009 Cessna announced that it would close the Bend, Oregon factory where the Cessna 400 was produced and move production to Independence, Kansas, with the composite construction moved to Mexico. The production line was restarted in October, 2009 in the Cessna Independence paint facility, at a rate of one aircraft per six months initially. This was to allow the new workers, plus the 30 employees transferred from Bend, to gain experience and also allow Cessna the opportunity to retail its unsold inventory of Cessna 350s and 400s. At that time the company anticipated moving the 350/400 production to a permanent facility by the end of 2009.
 
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Cessna 400
 
In December 2010 a Cessna 400 that was being test flown by an FAA test pilot at the factory developed a fuel leak, the cause of which was determined to be that the aircraft had "suffered a significant structural failure in the wing during a production acceptance flight test. The wing skin disbonded from the upper forward wing spar. The length of the disbond was approximately 7 feet." As a result, the FAA issued an Emergency Airworthiness Directive affecting seven Cessna 400s and one 350, all on the production line. The AD did not affect any customer aircraft in service, but did delay deliveries. In September 2011 the Federal Aviation Administration proposed a US$2.4M fine against the company for its failure to follow quality assurance requirements while producing fiberglass components at its plant in Chihuahua, Mexico. Excess humidity meant that the parts did not cure correctly and quality assurance did not detect the problems. The FAA also discovered 82 other aircraft parts that had been incorrectly made and not detected by the company's quality assurance.
 
The aircraft was originally certified by the Federal Aviation Administration under FAR 23, on April 8, 2004 as the Model LC41-550FG (for Lancair Certified, Model 41, Continental 550 engine, Fixed Gear) and marketed under the designation Columbia 400. EASA certification was added in February 2009.
 
The Cessna 400 is certified in the Utility Category, with a positive limit maneuvering load factor of 4.4, whereas most comparable aircraft (such as the Cessna 182 and Cirrus SR22) were certified in the Normal Category with a load factor of 3.8.
 
The 400 has a certified airframe maximum life of 25,200 flight hours.
 
The 2009 Cessna 400 Corvalis TT new price was US$635,000. From 2013, the aircraft was built as the Cessna TTx Model T240.
 
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Cessna TTx
 
On 29 March 2011 Cessna unveiled several improvements to the Cessna 400 at Sun 'n Fun, designating the new variant the TTx. The aircraft has not been selling well since the late-2000s recession started, with 110 delivered in 2008, the first year Cessna produced the model, 41 in 2009 and just seven sold in 2010. The improved aircraft features a new glass cockpit panel, designed by Cessna and based on the Garmin G2000. Called Intrinzic, it features two 14 in (36 cm) wide high definition displays and a touchscreen controller that uses an infra-red grid to accept touch commands. The updated model also has dual Attitude and Heading Reference Systems, a GFC 700 autopilot, a Garmin GTS800 traffic avoidance system, Garmin GTX 33ES transponder with ADS-B and the Garmin Electronic Stability Protection System, which protects the aircraft from operations outside the approved flight envelope. The new TTx model has no traditional instruments and instead employs the L-3 Trilogy as a back-up. The TTx also features a built-in pulse oximeter, a new paint scheme and a new interior. By the end of Sun 'n Fun 2011 the company indicated it had sold 16 of the new TTx model.
 
The design's production came to an end in February 2018. Sales of the model had been poor, with only 23 examples sold in 2017, compared to its main competitor, the Cirrus SR22, which sold 309 models that same year. Cessna produced only 12 of the model in the fourth quarter of 2017 after selling 31 in total the year before.

 

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Cessna 400 Corvallis TT

 

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Lancair ES
Engine: Cont. IO-550-N, 310 hp @ 2700 rpm
Propeller: 3 blade, constant speed
Length: 25 ft.
Wingspan: 35.5 ft.
Wing Area: 140 sq. ft.
Aspect Ratio: 9:1
Wing Loading: 21.4 lbs./sq. ft.
G Loading: +4.4, -2.2 G's (utility)
Empty Weight: 2,000 lb
Gross Weight: 3,200 lb
Fuel Capacity: 95 USgal.
Useful Load: 1,200 lb
Baggage Capacity: 175 lb
Seats: 4
Cabin Width: 46 in. (front) / 43 in. (rear)
Cabin Height: 48 in.
Cruise (typical): 225 mph @ 8,000 ft.
Rate of Climb: 2000 fpm (solo) / 1550 fpm (gross)
Stall Speed: 65 mph (dirty)
Service Ceiling: 18,000 ft.
Takeoff Distance: 600 ft. (gross @ sea level)
Landing Roll: 800 ft.
Cross Wind Landing: 21 mph component
Fuel Consumption: 13.5-15 gph (typical)
Maximum Range: 1350 sm (with reserves.)

Lancair ES-P
Engine: Cont. TSIO-550-C, 350 hp @ 2600 rpm
Propeller: 3 blade, constant speed
Length: 25 ft.
Wingspan: 35.5 ft.
Wing Area: 140 sq. ft.
Wing Loading: 25.7 lbs./sq. ft.
Aspect Ratio: 9:1
G Loading: +4.4, -2.2 G's (utility)
Empty Weight: 2200 lbs.
Gross Weight: 3550 lbs.
Fuel Capacity: 105 gal.
Useful Load: 1350 lbs.
Seats: 4
Cabin Width: 46 in. (front) / 43 in. (rear)
Cabin Height: 48 in.
Baggage Capacity: 175 lbs.
Cruise: 270 mph @ 17500;
293 mph @ 24,000 (typical)
Fuel Consumption: 17.5-19 gph (typical)
Maximum Range: 1350 sm (with reserves)
Endurance: 6 hours
Rate of Climb: 2000 fpm (solo); 1550 fpm (gross)
Takeoff Distance: 600 ft. (gross @ sea level)
Landing Roll: 900 ft.
Cross Wind Landing: 21 mph component
Stall Speed: 70 mph (dirty)
Service Ceiling: 28,000 ft.

Lancair Super ES
Cruise: 225 mph
Stall: 65 mph
Range: 1550 sm
Rate of climb: 2000 fpm
Takeoff dist: 600 ft
Landing dist: 800 ft
Engine: Continental IO-550, 310 hp
HP range: 210-310
Fuel capacity: 95 USG
Empty weight: 2000 lb
Gross weight: 3200 lb
Length: 25 ft
Wing span: 35.5 ft
Wing area: 140 sq.ft
Seats: 4
Cockpit width: 46 in
Landing gear: nose wheel

Lancair Super ES
Top speed: 234 mph
Cruise: 225 mph
Stall: 57 mph
Range: 1200 sm
Rate of climb: 2000 fpm
Takeoff dist: 600 ft
Landing dist: 800 ft
Service ceiling: 18,000 ft
Engine: Continental IO-550-G, 300 hp
Fuel capacity: 75 USG
Empty weight: 1800 lb
Gross weight: 3000 lb
Height: 8 ft
Length: 25 ft
Wing span: 35.5 ft
Wing area: 140 sq.ft
Seats: 4
Landing gear: nose wheel

Lancair 1998 Columbia 300
Engine: Cont. IO-550-N1B, 310 hp
TBO: 2000 hrs
Propeller: Const. spd.
Wingspan: 36 ft. 1 in.
Overall length: 25 ft. 2 in.
Height: 9 ft.
Wing area: 142 sq. ft
Landing gear type: Tri/Fixed
Gross weight: 3400 lb
Empty weight, std: 2045 lb
Useful load, std: 1355 lb
Fuel: 100 USgal
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin width: 49 in
Cabin height: 51 in
Baggage capacity: 120lb
Cruise speed 75% power: 191kt
Cruise speed 65% power: 185 kt
Max range (w/ reserve) 75% power: 915 nm
Max range (w/ reserve) 65% power: 1000 nm
Fuel consumption 75% power: 17 USgph
Fuel consumption  65% power: 15 USgph  

Columbia 350
Engine: Continental IO-550N, 310 hp@SL
TBO: 2000 hr
Fuel type: 100/100LL
Propeller type/diameter: Hartzell 78 in.
Landing gear type: Tri./Fixed
Max ramp weight: 3400 lb
Gross weight: 3400 lb
Landing weight: 3400 lb
Empty weight, std: 2300 lb
Useful load, std: 100 lb
Payload, full std. fuel: 512 lb
Usable fuel: 98 USgals
Wingspan: 35 ft. 8 in.
Overall length: 25 ft. 2 in.
Height: 9 ft.
Wing area: 141.2 sq. ft
Wing loading: 24.1 lbs./sq. ft
Power loading: 11 lbs./hp
Wheel size: 6.00 x 6 in
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin width: 46 in
Cabin height: 48 in
Cruise speed 85% power: 191kt
Max range 45%: 1300 nm
Best rate of climb (SL): 1340 fpm
Max operating altitude: 18,000 ft
Vso: 57 kt
Takeoff ground roll: 700 ft
Takeoff over 50-ft. obstacle: 1250 ft
Landing ground roll: 1150 ft
Landing over 50-ft. obstacle: 2350 ft
Stall speed (gear, flaps down): 60 kt
Best rate of climb: 1340 fpm
Service ceiling: 18,000 ft
Takeoff ground roll: 700 ft
Landing ground roll: 1500 ft
New price: $378,900

Cessna 400 Corvalis TT
Engine: Teledyne Continental TSIO-550-C, 310 hp@SL
TBO: 2,000 hr
Fuel type: 100LL
Propeller type: CS Hartzell
Landing gear type: Tri./Fixed
Height: 9 ft (2.74 m)
Length: 25 ft 4 in (7.72 m)
Wingspan: 35 ft 10 in (10.91 m)
Wing area: 141 sq. ft
Wing loading: 25.5 lbs./sq. ft
Power loading: 12.3 lbs./hp
Cabin Height: 49 in (1.24 m)
Cabin Width: 49 in (1.24 m)
Cabin Length: 11 ft 8 in (3.54 m)
Seating: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Baggage Capacity: 25 cu.ft (0.7 cu.m)
Ramp Weight: 3,600 lb (1,633 kg)
Takeoff Weight: 3,600 lb (1,633 kg)
Landing Weight: 3,420 lb (1,551 kg)
Zero Fuel Weight: 3,300 lb (1,497 kg)
Usable Fuel Capacity: 612 lb (278 kg / 102 USgal)
Typically-Equipped Empty Weight: 2,550 lb (1,157 kg)
Useful Load: 1,050 lb (476 kg)
Maximum Payload: 750 lb (340 kg)
Full-Fuel Payload: 438 lb (199 kg)
Vso: 59 kts
Maximum Cruise Speed (75% pwr): 235 ktas (435 km/h)
Fuel consumption, 75% power: 19.5 USgph
Certified Ceiling: 25,000 ft (7,620 m)
Takeoff Distance 50ft: 1,900 ft (579 m)
Landing Distance 50 ft: 2,600 ft (792 m)
Rate of Climb at Sea Level: 1,400 fpm (427 mpm)
Range 45 min Res, 55% Pwr @ 25,000 ft: 1,250 nm (2,315 km)
Single Pilot Certified: Yes

Columbia 400
Engine: Continental TSIO-550-N1B, 310 hp@2600@SL to 25,000 ft.
TBO: 2000 hrs
Fuel type: 100/100LL
Propeller type/diameter: Hartzell CS / 76
Landing gear type: Tri/Fixed
Max ramp weight: 3400 lb
Gross weight: 3400 lb
Landing weight: 3400 lb
Empty weight, std: 2100 lb
Useful load, std: 1300 lb
Payload, full std. fuel: 700 lb
Usable fuel, std: 100 USgal
Oil capacity: 12 qt
Wingspan: 36 ft. 1 in.
Overall length: 25 ft. 2 in.
Height: 9 ft.
Wing area: 142 sq. ft
Wing loading: 24 lbs./sq. ft
Power loading: 11 lb/hp
Wheel track: 9 ft. 6 in.
Wheel size: 6.00 x 6 in
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin width: 49 in
Cabin height: 51 in
Baggage capacity: 120 lb
Cruise speed 75% power @ 18,000 ft: 230 kt
Cruise speed 75% power @ 25,000 ft.: 245 kt  
Max range (w/ res) 75% power: 1000  nm
Fuel consumption 75% power: 18 USgph
Fuel consumption 65% power: 16 USgph
Fuel consumption 55% power: 14 USgph
Best rate of climb: 1340 fpm
Service ceiling: 25,000 ft

Columbia 400
Engine: Continental TSIO-550, 310 hp@SL
Fuel type: 100LL
Landing gear type: Fixed/Tri.
Max ramp weight: 3612 lb
Gross weight: 3600 lb
Landing weight: 3420 lb
Empty weight, std: 2500 lb
Baggage weight: 120 lb
Useful load, std: 1100 lb
Usable fuel: 98 USgal
Wing loading: 25.5 lbs./sq. ft
Cabin width: 49 in
Cabin height: 49 in
Cabin length: 131 in
Seating capacity: 4
Max cruise speed: 235 kt
Max operating maneuvering speed, 3600 lbs. gross weight: 158 kt
Max flap extended speed, full flaps: 117 kt
Max takeoff flap extended speed, takeoff flaps: 126 kt
Max structural cruising speed: 181 kt
Max range: 1300 nm
Vs : 69 kt
Vso : 59kt
Vne : 230kt
Best rate of climb (SL): 1340 fpm
Takeoff ground roll: 1300 ft
Takeoff over 50-ft. obstacle: 1900 ft
Landing ground roll: 1250 ft
Landing over 50-ft. obstacle: 2600 ft

Lancair Columbia 400
Engine: Continental TSIO-550-N, 310 hp@2600@SL to 25,000 ft.
TBO: 2000 hr
Fuel type: 100/100LL
Propeller type/diameter: Hartzell CS/76
Landing gear type: Tri/Fixed
Max ramp weight: 3612 lb
Gross weight: 3600 lb
Landing weight: 3400 lb
Empty weight, std: 2350 lb
Payload, full std. fuel: 674lb
Usable fuel, std: 98 USgal
Oil capacity: 8 qts
Wingspan: 36 ft.
Overall length: 25 ft. 6 in.
Height: 9 ft.
Wing area: 141.2 sq. ft
Wing loading: 25.5 lbs./sq. ft
Power loading: 11.6 lbs./hp
Wheel base: 7 ft
Wheel size: 6.00 x 6 in
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin width: 49 in
Cabin height: 51 in
Baggage capacity: 120lb
Cruise speed 75% power @ 18,000 ft: 230 kt
Max range w/ res 75% power: 1000  nm
Fuel consumption 75% power: 19 USgph
Fuel consumption  65% power: 16 USgph
Fuel consumption  55% power: 14 USgph
Estimated endurance (65%): 5.0 hr
Vso: 57 kt
Best rate of climb: 1300 fpm

 

2009 Cessna 350
New price: $535,000
Engine: Continental IO-550N, 310 hp@SL
TBO (hrs.): 2000
Fuel type: 100LL
Propeller: 78-in., CS McCauley
Landing gear type: Tri./Fixed
Ramp Weight: 3,400 lb (1,542 kg)
Takeoff Weight: 3,400 lb (1,542 kg)
Landing Weight: 3,230 lb (1,465 kg)
Zero Fuel Weight: 3,228 lb (1,464 kg)
Typically-Equipped Empty Weight: 2,450 lb (1,111 kg)
Useful Load: 950 lb (431 kg)
Maximum Payload: 778 lb (353 kg)
Full-Fuel Payload: 338 lb (153 kg)
Useable fuel (gals.): 98 / 612 lb (278 kg)
Wingspan: 35 ft. 8 in. (10.91 m)
Overall length: 25 ft. 2 in. (7.67 m)
Height: 9 ft (2.74 m)
Wing area (sq. ft.): 141.2
Wing aspect ratio: 9.2:1
Wing loading (lbs./sq. ft.): 24
Power loading (lbs./hp.): 11
Wheel size (in.): 6.00 x 6
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin Height: 49 in (1.24 m)
Cabin Width: 49 in (1.24 m)
Cabin Length: 11 ft 8 in (3.54 m)
Baggage capacity (lbs.): 120  
Baggage Capacity: 25 cubic ft (0.7 cubic m)
Cruise speed 81% power: 191 kts
Cruise speed 55% power: 158 kts
Range (nm) 81% power: 1130
Range (nm) 55% power: 1395    
Best rate of climb, SL (fpm): 1225
Service ceiling (ft.): 18,000 / 5,486 m
Takeoff distance (ft.): 1300
Takeoff over 50 ft. obstacle (ft.): 2300 (701 m)
Landing distance (ft.): 1450
Landing over 50 ft. obstacle (ft.): 2150
 
Cessna TTx
Engine: Continental TSIO-550-C, 310 hp
Propeller: McCauley: 3-blade metal, constant speed
Length: 25 ft 2 in (7.68 m)
Height: 9 ft (2.74 m)
Wingspan: 36 ft (10.97 m)
Wing Area: 141 sq ft (13 sq m)
Cabin Interior Height: 49 in (1.24 m)
Cabin Interior Width: 48 in (1.22 m)
Cabin Interior Length: 11 ft 8 in (3.55 m)
Seating Capacity: 4
Baggage Capacity Weight: 120 lb (54 kg)
Baggage Capacity Volume: 25 cu ft (0.71 cu m)
Height: 9 ft (2.74 m)
Maximum Ramp Weight: 3,600 lb (1,633 kg)
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 3,600 lb (1,633 kg)
Maximum Landing Weight: 3,420 lb (1,551 kg)
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight: 3,300 lb (1,497 kg)
Usable Fuel Capacity: 612 lb (278 kg) / 102 gal (386 lt)
Basic Operating Weight: 2,600 lb (1,179 kg)
Useful Load: 1,000 lb (454 kg)
Maximum Payload: 700 lb (318 kg)
Full Fuel Payload: 388 lb (176 kg)
Maximum Cruise Speed: 235 ktas (435 km/h)
Range: 1,250 nm (2,315 km)
Takeoff Takeoff Distance: 1,900 ft (579 m)
Takeoff Ground Roll: 1,280 ft (390 m)
Landing Distance: 2,640 ft (805 m)
Landing Ground Roll: 1,260 ft (384 m)
Maximum Operating Altitude: 25,000 ft (7,620 m)
Maximum Climb Rate: 1,400 fpm (427 mpm)
Maximum Limit Speed: 230 kias (426 km/h)
Stall Speed: 60 kcas (111 km/h)
 
Cessna TTx Model T240
Engine: Continental TSIO-550-C, 310 hp (231 kW)
Price 2017: US$715,000
 
 

 

 

 


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