The Cessna 400, also known as the Cessna TTx, is a civil personal transportation aircraft that was manufactured by Columbia Aircraft and Cessna over the years between 2004 and 2018. The Cessna 400 was initially the Columbia 400 while it was manufactured by Columbia Aircraft. In 2009, however, Columbia Aircraft was acquired by Cessna, and the Columbia 400 was renamed the Cessna 400 later in 2013. The Cessna 400 was modeled from the Columbia 300, bringing a Garmin G1000 glass cockpit alongside other system and structural improvements. For optional systems, the Cessna 400 may be outfitted with an ice protection system and wing speedbrakes.
For its propulsion system, the Cessna 400 utilizes a single Teledyne Continental TISO 550C Flat 6 piston aircraft engine, capable of producing 310 horsepower to travel at a max cruise speed of 235 knots. The Cessna 400 also features a fuel tank capacity of 106 gallons, permitting a travel range of 1,148 nautical miles and a fuel economy of 10.83 nautical miles per gallon. During flight, a single pilot is needed for operations, while up to three passengers may be situated within the available seating of the aircraft.
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