Cessna 425

General information about the Cessna 425 Corsair / Conquest I

The Cessna 425 is a twin-engined turboprop aircraft of the US manufacturer Cessna. In common usage, this model is also referred to as Corsair or Conquest I. The first flight was completed in 1980. The same year saw the market entry of the FAA. Between 1980 and 1987, a total of 236 pieces of the Cessna 425 were built. The machine is a further development of the Cessna 421 with a turboprop drive. Initially, the first 132 copies of the machine bore the name Corsair. From 1982, the name was changed to Conquest I. With this change came also a redesign of the chassis and a higher maximum takeoff weight.

Technical data for the Cessna 425 Corsair / Conquest I

The Cessna 425 can accommodate one or two crew members. In addition, up to seven passengers can be carried. The machine is 3.80 meters high and 10.90 meters long. The wingspan is 13.50 meters and the wing area is 20.90 square meters. The Cessna 425 has a empty weight of 2,244.4 kilograms and a maximum take-off weight of 3,719.5 kilograms. The cruising speed is 463 kilometers per hour and the maximum speed is 498 kilometers per hour. The tank range is at 2,480 kilometers and the maximal service ceiling touches at 9,140 meters altitude. The machine is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-112 engines.

Products and services for the Cessna 425 Corsair / Conquest I

For the Cessna 425 Corsair / Conquest I we offer the RAM upgrade. We also like to integrate the Leica Camera System into your machine. Hereby you benefit from high-resolution images of your flight experience. We are happy to wait for your Cessna 425, or carry out a maintenance. We also repair damage to your machine if necessary. Of course, we make every effort to ensure that the laws of EASA are complied with.

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