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Cessna 303 Crusader

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Type: Civilian

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Information on the 303 Crusader

The Cessna 303, also called the Crusader, is a six-place light twin aircraft. First flown on February 14, 1978, it was originally design as a four place twin that would have competed with the Piper Seminole, Gulfstream American GA-7 Cougar, and Beech Duchess. After market demand for 4-place light twins declined, Cessna redesigned the aircraft as a 6 place twin. The new model, designated the T303, began rolling off the production line for delivery in October of 1981. At the time it was the first all-new production twin built by Cessna in over a decade.

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303 Crusader Specifications

Crew: 1 pilot
Capacity: 5 passengers
Length: 30 ft 5 in (9.27 m)
Wingspan: 39 ft 0.5 in (11.90 m)
Height: 13 ft 4 in (4.06 m)
Wing area: 196.2 ft? (17.6 m?)
Empty: 3,364 lb (1,526 kg)
Loaded: lb ( kg)
Maximum takeoff: 5,150 lb (2,336 kg)
Powerplant: 1x Continental Motors TSIO-520AE, 1x Continental Motors LTSIO-520AE, 250hp (185 kW) each
Maximum Speed: 250 mph (400 km/h)
Range: 1,175 miles (1,890 km)
Service ceiling: 25,000 ft (7,620 m)
Rate of climb: 1,480 ft/min (451 m/min)
Wing loading: lb/ft? ( kg/m?)
Power/Mass: hp/lb ( kW/kg)


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