The first new copies of the Cessna TTx, which the company calls "the world’s fastest commercially produced and certified fixed-gear single engine aircraft," have been delivered, Cessna said on Monday.
The all-composite, turbocharged four-seat aircraft evolved from the Corvalis (previously Columbia) line. The cockpit features sidestick controls and debuts the Garmin G2000 avionics suite, with dual 14.1 high-definition displays and touchscreen controls.
Top speed is 235 knots, powered by a 310-hp Continental TSIO-550-C engine, and range is 1,250 nm. Cessna said pilots who transition into the airplane will be provided additional training, "due to the additional horsepower and capabilities of the aircraft." The airplane has an operating ceiling of 25,000 feet and an optional flight into known icing (FIKI) system. AVweb's Jeff Van West took the airplane for a spin last year, click here for his video report. Starting price for the airplane is $733,950.Source: AVweb, Mary Grady
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