Jet database Cessna Aircraft
Cessna Aircraft is a famous American aircraft manufacturing company, a manufacturer of aircraft - from small doubles to business jets. Once an independent aircraft manufacturer headquartered in Wichita, Kansas, now a Textron brand. The company was founded in 1927 in Kansas by aircraft designer Clyde Vernon Cessna. Purchased by General Dynamics Corporation in 1985. Owned by Textron since 1992.
Cessna is currently known as a designer and manufacturer of aircraft of various classes and characteristics - from small cars for just two people (for example, the Cessna 152) to executive business jets, sports boats and monoplanes. The head office is still located in Kansas - in Wichita.
Among the aircraft under the Cessna Aircraft brand are also widely known: Cessna 182, 206, 400, 510, 525, 560XL, 680, 750, Mustang, Sovereign, Latitude, Longitude and others.
Cessna and Textron Aviation service centers operate worldwide and offer a variety of specialized services, including:
Components and Repair
Modernization of avionics and installation of equipment
External and internal repair and much more.
Textron Aviation provides service plans and an international component supplier, both of which are designed to reduce recurring operating costs.
In addition, Textron Aviation has a team of maintenance and support specialists who are only a phone call away when an unexpected maintenance event occurs, mainly when the aircraft is on the ground (AOG) requiring immediate support.
Depending on location, each aircraft has a dedicated Field Support Representative (FSR) ready to offer diagnostic assistance and immediate on-site support.
Cessna aircraft have been in service for a long time and consistently rank at the top of the private jet safety and accident risk rankings. This makes the Cessna brand one of the most reliable and safe aircraft in the industry.
Thanks to the company's extensive history in the aircraft industry and its ability to keep up with the latest advances in aviation safety technology, Cessna aircraft are generally reliable to operate.