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  • List of Cessna models


    Cessna 162 Skycatcher The following is a list of all the Cessna aircraft models: 1962 Cessna 150BCessna 350 1951 Cessna 195 Cessna 340A 1977 Cessna 404 Titan II Cessna 525 CitationJet Cessna Comet Cessna Model A Cessna Model AA Cessna Model AC Cessna Model AF Cessna Model AS Cessna Model AW Cessna Model BW Cessna CG-2 Primary glider Cessna CH-1 Cessna CH-4 (US military designation YH-41) Cessna Model CR-1 Cessna Model CR-2 Cessna Model CR-3 Cessna Model CW-6 Cessna Model C-34 (US military designation UC-77B) Cessna Model C-37 (US military designation UC-77C) Cessna Model C-38 Cessna Model C-39 Cessna Model C-145 Cessna Model C-165 (US military designation UC-94) Cessna Model EC-1 Cessna Model EC-2 Cessna Model DC-6 (US military designation UC-77 and UC-77A Cessna NGP Cessna T-50 Bobcat (US military designation AT-8, AT-17, C-78 and JRC) Cessna 120 Cessna 140 Cessna 142 Cessna 150 Commuter, Patroller & Aerobat (US military designation T-51) Cessna 152 Cessna 160 Cessna 162 Skycatcher Cessna 165 Airmaster Cessna 170 Cessna 172 Skyhawk (US military designation Cessna T-41 Mescalero) Cessna 175 Skylark Cessna 177 Cardinal Cessna 180 Skywagon Cessna 182 Skylane Cessna 185 Skywagon (US military designation U-17) Cessna 187 Cessna 188 AGwagon, AGpickup, AGtruck, and AGhusky Cessna 190 Cessna 195 (US military designation LC-126 and U-20) Cessna 205 Super Skywagon Cessna 206 Stationair & Super Skylane Cessna 207 Skywagon, Stationair 7 & 8 (US military designation U-26) Cessna 208 Caravan (US military designation C-16 and U-27) Cessna 210 Centurion Cessna P260 (US military designation C-106 Loadmaster) Cessna T240 marketed as the TTx Cessna 303 Crusader Cessna 305 Bird Dog (US military designation O-1, L-19 and OE-1) Cessna 308 Cessna 309 Cessna 310 (US military designation L-27 and U-3) Cessna 318 (US military designation T-37 Tweet, Cessna A-37 Dragonfly and YT-48) Cessna 319 Cessna 320 Skyknight Cessna 321 (US military designation O-1C and OE-2) Cessna 325 Cessna 327 Cessna 330 Cessna 335 Cessna 336 Skymaster Cessna 337 Skymaster (US military designation Cessna O-2 Skymaster) Cessna 340 Cessna 350 Corvalis formerly the Columbia 350 Cessna 400 Corvalis TT formerly the Columbia 400 Cessna 401 Utiliner and Businessliner Cessna 402 Utiliner and Businessliner Cessna 404 Titan II (US military designation C-28) Cessna 406 Caravan II Cessna 407 (not flown) Cessna 408 SkyCourier Cessna 411 Cessna 414 Chancellor Cessna 421 Golden Eagle Cessna 425 Conquest I Cessna 435 Conquest II Cessna 441 Conquest II Cessna 500 Citation I Cessna 501 Citation ISP Cessna 510 Citation Mustang Cessna 525 CitationJet, CJ1, CJ1+ Cessna 525A CJ2, CJ2+ Cessna 525B CJ3 Cessna 525C CJ4 Cessna 526 CitationJet (military trainer) Cessna E530 (Textron AirLand Scorpion) Cessna 550 Citation II, Cessna Citation Bravo Cessna 551 Citation IISP Cessna 552 (US military designation T-47A) Cessna S550 Citation SII Cessna 560 Citation V, Citation Ultra, Citation Encore, Citation Encore+ (US military designation UC-35) Cessna Citation 560XL Excel, XLS, XLS+ Cessna 620 Cessna 650 Citation III, Citation VI, Citation VII Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign Cessna 680A Citation Latitude Cessna 750 Citation X Cessna 850 Citation Columbus Cessna Citation M2 Cessna 1014 XMC Cessna Citation Longitude Cessna Citation Hemisphere

  • Cessna CH-1 Skyhook


    The Cessna CH-1 Skyhook is the only helicopter ever built by the Cessna Aircraft Company. It was the first helicopter to land on the summit of Pike's Peak and the last piston-engined helicopter to set the helicopter altitude record. The CH-1 had a single, two-bladed main rotor, and a front-mounted reciprocating engine which gave the aircraft a stable center of gravity (CG). Its semi-monocoque airframe greatly resembles its light airplane siblings built by Cessna. The CH-1 was named Skyhook for the civil market, similar to the marketing names used in the Cessna single engine airplane line, such as Skyhawk, Skylane and Skywagon. The United States Army designated the CH-1C as the YH-41 Seneca. While the CH-1 achieved several helicopter firsts and set a world record, it never became a commercial or military success.

  • Cessna 152


    The Cessna 152 is an American two-seat, fixed tricycle gear, general aviation airplane, used primarily for flight training and personal use. It was based on the earlier Cessna 150, including a number of minor design changes and a slightly more powerful engine running on 100LL aviation gasoline. The Cessna 152 has been out of production for more than thirty years, but there are still a large number of aircraft in flying condition. Due to the aircraft's durability many examples have flown more than 15,000 hours and over 60,000 landings and are still in regular use for flight training.

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