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Cessna Model 404 Titan / C-28

One commercial Model 404 Titan was ordered for use by US Navy as a personnel transport. In July 1975 Cessna announced it was developing a new piston twin suitable for airline, freight and corporate work, capable of taking off with a 1560kg, 3500lb, payload from a 770m, 2530ft, strip, similar in concept to the successful 402, but larger overall. The resulting aircraft was the Model 404 Titan, Cessna's largest piston engined twin developed thus far. It shares the same basic fuselage as the turbine powered 441 Conquest which was developed concurrently, but differs in having geared 280kW, 375hp, piston engines and it is unpressurised.

Horsepower: 375 Gross Weight: 8400 lbs
Top Speed: 232 kts Empty Weight: 4965 lbs
Cruise Speed: 217 kts Fuel Capacity: 348 gal
Stall Speed (dirty): 70 kts Range: 553 nm
Takeoff Landing
Ground Roll: 1788 ft Ground Roll 1100 ft
Over 50 ft obstacle: 2367 ft Over 50 ft obstacle: 2130 ft
Rate Of Climb: 1575 fpm Rate of Climb (One Engine): 230 fpm
Ceiling: 26000 ft Ceiling (One Engine): 10100 ft



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