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Beechcraft Denali

Cessna Denali

The Beechcraft Denali is a single engine turboprop currently in development with deliveries scheduled for sometime in 2023 . The Denali will be powered by the GE Catalyst turboprop power plant generating 1,240 shp, allowing the aircraft to carry up to 4 people with full fuel an estimated range of 1,600 nm and a max cruise speed of 285 kts. The Denali like others in it class, will offer a rear cargo door, and removable seats so that owners can easily change the aircraft mission from cargo to passengers, or a mix of both as needed. The Denali will also feature optional forward galley and removable aft lav. The Denali’s landing gear is rugged and designed for short off field operations. In the cockpit the single pilot Denali will feature the advance Garmin G3000 avionics.

(Details are preliminary and will be updated as the aircraft development/certification process continues) 



Beechcraft Denali – Specifications

NBAA 4 Pax IFR Range (full fuel) 1,600 nm
Max Cruise Speed (ktas) 285
Long Range Cruise (ktas) TBD
Max Payload (lbs) TBD
Takeoff Distance (SL, ISA, MTOW) 2,900
Service Ceiling (ft) 31,000
Powerplant GE Catalyst
Thrust per engine (shp) 1,240
Inspection (TBO) 4,000
Avionics Garmin G3000
Est. Cost Per Hour TBD
Passengers + Crew 7+1
Pressurized Cabin Yes

Beechcraft Denali – Dimensions

Cessna Denali Cross Section

Cabin Length 16 ft 9 in
Cabin Width 5 ft 3 in
Cabin Height 4 ft 10 in
Aircraft Length 48 ft 9 in
Wingspan 54 ft 3 in

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