Tuesday, 28 May 2019

Cessna Denali Specs, Cockpit, Interior, and Price

Cessna Denali Specs, Cockpit, Interior, and Price – Cessna Denali is a single-engine turboprop aircraft also known as Textron Single Engine TurboProp (SETP), announced by Cessna, a Textron Aviation Company, at AirVenture Association Aircraft Association (EAA) Experimental Aircraft at Oshkosh, USA, in 2015. The aircraft cabin mock-up, along with the advanced GE Aviation turboprop engine, was introduced at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh in July 2016.

Cessna Denali is designed with more performance, more flexibility, lower operating costs, smarter cabin space, and superior service network. Denali's first flight is expected to be completed in 2018. The aircraft was developed to compete in the single engine turboprop market, including Pilatus PC-12 and Daher-Socata TBM.

Cessna Denali

Cessna Denali Specs

Cessna Denali is equipped with advanced technology, which helps achieve more than 20% lower operating costs. It is equipped with a front air ladder door, and a large rear cargo door that can be easily converted between passenger and cargo configurations. This aircraft features a new design and has a sturdy landing gear, which is suitable for take off from runways that are not upgraded and short fields.

The external dimensions of the aircraft include a length of 14.86 m (48 feet 9 inches), height of 4.62 m (15 feet 2 inches), and wingspan of 16.54 m (54 feet 3 inches). The aircraft has a wheelbase of 4.6 m (15 feet 1 inch) and a footprint of 5.03 meters (16 feet 6 inches).

Cessna Denali Engine

Cessna Denali is powered by a single turboprop engine manufactured by GE Aviation. The 1.240shp engine is driven by a McCauley pitch propeller that can be reversed with a diameter of 105in. It has full authority digital engine control (FADEC) with an initial time of 4,000 hours between repairs.

The propulsion system provides a maximum cruising speed of 285k (519km / h). The aircraft range is 1,600nm (2,963 km) with four passengers, while the full fuel load capacity is 1,100lb (499kg) and the maximum operating height is 31,000 feet (9,449 m).

Cessna Denali interior

Cessna Denali Cabin and Interior

Cessna Denali has a spacious cabin with a flat floor design that can accommodate between eight and 11 passengers. The cabin dimensions include a length of 5.11m, width 1.6m, height 1.47m. The cabin has executive-style seating, a front refresh center and space for cargo.

Cessna Denali cockpit

Cessna Denali Cockpit and Avionics

Cessna Denali is equipped with a Garmin G3000 avionics suite. This includes Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT) which is integrated with three 14-inch diagonal widescreen LCD screens, and two touch screen control panels.

Avionics includes two Garmin FMSs with GPS receivers capable of dual WAAS for navigation, and dual transponders with ADS-B Entry and Exit, and weather avoidance radars. Avionics of Cessna Denali aircraft are also equipped with a field avoidance warning system (TAWS-B), Garmin traffic collision and avoidance system (TCAS I), and a dual attitude heading reference system. Fully digital dual-channel autopilot system installed in the cockpit.

Optional avionics equipment includes single or multiple ADFs, second DME, wireless data loading, flight data recorders, cockpit voice recorders, TCAS II, TAWS-A, surface watches, XM graphical weather, lightning detection, and improved automatic flight control.

Cessna Denali Price

The price of the latest Cessna Denali is around US $ 4.8 Million.

1 comment:

  1. Yep! The question is, when will it finally come out?? Wasn't it supposed to be available in 2018?

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