Cessna Aircraft Insurance

Cessna is perhaps the most recognizable name in general aviation. For decades the Cessna Aircraft Company has anchored the general aviation market manufacturing a wide range of aircraft from their popular Cessna 172 to their advanced line of Turbo Props and Jets. The Cessna Aircraft Company was started in 1927 by Clyde Cessna in Wichita, Kansas but the company really took off in 1934 when Dwane and Dwight Wallace, Clyde’s nephews, took over the business. Today Cessna Aircraft is a brand of Textron and continues to be a giant in the general aviation market.

Early on Cessna Aircraft made a name for itself in general aviation by designing and manufacturing a short-lived series of air racers named the Cessna CR which competed in the popular air races of the time. In the 1920s Cessna Aircraft manufactured the Cessna Model A. This aircraft was the very first of what became Cessna Aircraft’s signature design of a single engine monoplane with a high-wing. After World II, Cessna Aircraft bolstered its presence in general aviation by designing and manufacturing the Cessna 120 and the Cessna 140. These aircraft took the market by storm and together sold over 7,664 aircraft in a five-year period.

Cessna Aircraft continued to be a dominant player in aviation with their Cessna 150, Cessna 170 and Cessna 180 models but in 1956 Cessna Aircraft solidified their place in the general aviation market. That year Cessna Aircraft manufactured the first Cessna 172 Skyhawk. The Cessna 172 is considered the most successful aircraft in aviation history. Cessna Aircraft has manufactured over 43,000 Cessna Skyhawks and they are still being built today. The Cessna 172 Skyhawk along with the Cessna’s second most successful model, the Cessna 182 Skylane, continue to be very popular for many reasons. These models have many different design configurations including nosewheel, tailwheel and retractable gear options. They are ideal training aircraft for new pilots due to their forgiving stall and excellent visibility.

In addition to its famous single engine line, Cessna Aircraft also has a dominating presence in larger aircraft as well. The Cessna Aircraft lines also includes the larger Cessna 206 with 6 seats and a powerful engine, making it ideal for not only personal travel but also commercial uses such as aerial photography and scenic air rides. The Cessna 208 Caravan has the classic Cessna high-wing configuration, but this aircraft is considered a valuable utility aircraft. With a turbo prop engine and 10 – 14 seat passenger capabilities, the Cessna 208 Caravan can be used for many different industries ranging from cargo to skydiving operations. Cessna Aircraft also manufactures a sleek line of jets. The Cessna Citation line includes many different options and configurations. The Cessna Citation offers luxury cabin designs and some of the most advanced avionics on the market along with Cessna’s tradition of safety and reliability. This record of reliability makes the Cessna Citation one of the most affordable aircraft in its class to operate and insure.

Cessna Aircraft has long stood on its tradition of making solid aircraft with forgiving flight characteristics. These qualities have contributed to Cessna Aircraft’s reputation as a popular aircraft to train in. No matter if you are a zero-time student pilot or a private pilot transitioning into a multi engine aircraft, Cessna Aircraft Insurance rates are always very affordable.

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