DENALI

BASE PRICE: $ 4,8000,000

PASSENGERS

1 Pilot

3

CABIN VOLUME

cu.ft

300

RANGE

nm

1500

SPEED

ktas

280

MTOW

lb

8 PAX

1,600 nm

285 ktas

N/A

Photo: Courtesy Textron Aviation

The Cessna Denali is a single-engine turboprop aircraft under development by Cessna. The clean-sheet design launched in 2015 for a projected entry into service in 2019 is still to achieve its first flight. The program delays are mostly attributed to slow testing of it’s new GE Catalyst engine. The Cessna Denali will be a direct competition to the Pilatus PC-12NG, offering a slightly larger cabin.

Range*1,600 nm
Speed 
High Cruise Speed285 ktas
Altitude 
Service Ceiling31,000 ft
Airfield  
Takeoff Distance
Landing Distance
Maximum Takeoff 
Maximum Landing 
Maximum Zero Fuel 
Basic Operating Weight 
Maximum Payload 
Usable Fuel 
INTERIOR
Photo: Courtesy Textron Aviation

The Denali cabin will offer passengers space and conveniences they would typically find on a midsize jet. The interior will feature executive-style seating, a baggage compartment accessible in flight, a forward refreshment center and an optional externally serviceable lavatory.

Cabin Height58 in
Cabin Width63 in
Cabin Length16 ft 9 in
Cabin Volume334 cu.ft
Flight Deck
Photo: Courtesy Textron Aviation

The Denali cockpit will feature the Garmin G3000 touchscreen avionics suite configured with three 14-inch diagonal, widescreen LCD displays and two touchscreen control panels.

The avionics brings advanced navigation and several safety features such as Synthetic Vision Technology, Dual FMS with dual WAAS-enabled GPS receivers, Digital weather avoidance radar 

The FADEC controlled engine will allow for a single-lever power control commanding the engine and the propeller.

AVIONICS 
ManufacturerGarmin
ModelG3000
ENGINES 
Number of Engines1
ManufacturerGeneral Electric
ModelCatalyst
Takeoff Power1,240 shp