Cessna C414A "Chancellor" Pressurized Twin
Certified for FS2004

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Chancellor C414A / Range 1,150 mi  / Max. Cruise Speed - 220 mph  / Cruise Speed - 180-220 mph / Pax - 6/8
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Specifications

Crew......................................... 1 or 2
Seating Capacity.................................... Up to 8 passengers
Length.................................................. 36 ft 4.5 in (11.087 m)
Wingspan............................................. 44 ft 1.5 in (13.449 m)
Height.................................................. 11 ft 5.5 in (3.493 m)
Empty Weight.........................  4,365 lb (1,980 kg)
Loaded Weight....................  6,750 lb (3,062 kg)
Service Ceiling...................................... 30,800 ft (9,388 m)
Range .................................... 1,528 mi (1,328 nmi; 2,459 km)
Engines.............  2 Continental TSIO-520-NB flat-six turbocharged piston, 310 hp (230 kW) each

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Chancellor C414A

The Cessna 414 is an American light, pressurized, twin-engine transport
aircraft built by Cessna. It first flew in 1968 and an improved variant
was introduced from 1978 as the 414A Chancellor. 1070 Were built.

The pressurized 414 was developed to appeal to owners of un-pressurized twin-engined
 aircraft and was based on the fuselage of the Cessna 421 and used the wing
design of the Cessna 401. The 414 is a low-wing cantilever monoplane with a
conventional tail unit and a retractable tricycle landing gear. It is powered by
two wing-mounted 310hp (231kW) Continental TSIO-520-J horizontally opposed-six
piston engines. The prototype, registered N7170C, first flew on 1 November
1968 and production aircraft were available in a number of optional seating
arrangements and avionic packages. The name Chancellor was used for models marketed
from 1976. An improved variant the Cessna 414A Chancellor was introduced in
1978 with the major change being a re-designed and increased-span wing with integral
fuel tanks and an extended nose to give more baggage space.

Many supplemental type certificates exist for the aircraft that allow upgrades to
improve performance. Common are engine and aerodynamic modifications, including winglets.