Twin Cessna Flyer

Buyer’s Checklist

This document will help guide you through the key elements of buying a Twin Cessna aircraft.

While every purchase is unique, this is designed to help you focus on the most important elements of any good search and give you tools to find the best aircraft for your mission. This resource is designed to be used with many other resources within the Twin Cessna Flyer, such as our maintenance information and model performance information.

Step 1

Before Searching

Step 2

Search Process

Step 3

Offer & Closing Process

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The questionnaire is designed to help guide you in asking the right questions of yourself before you begin your search for a Twin Cessna. Follow at the beginning of the process and it will help you complete tasks listed in the Checklist portion of this guide. Be honest with your answers and ensure to ask yourself whether these answers apply to the MAJORITY of your flying, not just the occasional trips.

Additional information

Twin cessna engine models

303 Prospective Owners

The Cessna T303 Crusader was the last piston twin designed by Cessna and, in some ways, the most advanced.

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310 Prospective Owners

The Cessna 310 first flew in January 1953. Sleek, fast and efficient it was the world’s first modern light twin.

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320 Prospective Owners

The Cessna 320 Skyknight was introduced in 1962. Similar in appearance to the 310, it was actually designed off the F model.

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335/340 Prospective Owners

Cessna introduced the 340 in 1972 to fill in the slot between the 310 and 414.

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414 Prospective Owners

The 414 first flew in 1968 and was certified in 1969. It was a derivative of the 421.

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421 Prospective Owners

The Cessna 421 Golden Eagle is the top-of-the-line Cessna piston twin.

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