2010 - 2003 Cessna 350 Corvalis

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The Cessna 350 Corvalis is a phenomenal aircraft that offers many practical benefits like single-engine, normally-aspirated, fixed-gear, low-wing general aviation aircraft. Certified on March 30, 2003 as the Model LC42-550FG this aircraft was marketed as the Columbia 350.


Certified on March 30, 2003 as the Model LC42-550FG (for Lancair Certified, Model 42, Continental 550 engine, Fixed Gear), this aircraft was marketed as the Columbia 350.


Another important thing is that Cessna 350 Corvalis is powered by a Teledyne Continental IO-550-N powerplant, producing 310 horsepower (230 kW) at 2700 rpm. Teledyne Continental Motors is recognized throughout the industry for manufacturing solid and trustworthy engines, so the pilots will be delighted to hear this.

350 Corvalis is a unique blend of good looks, supreme comfort, speed and the latest technology, all that being said, the aircraft climb at 18,000-foot ceiling, with a 1,225-foot-per-minute, that is a good record.

Cessna 350 Corvalis


Comfort is another word to describe Cessna 350 Corvalis. Climb into this aircraft and you will see that everything just makes sense.
Cessna brand has always been characterized as a dedication to safety and the 350 Corvalis is no exception.

The robustness and safety have obviously found their place in this aircraft.
350 Corvalis brings a few things to the table like: a completely redundant electrical system, lightning protection and also an innovative restraint system. The pilot will enjoy the best technology like: the Garmin G1000 glass cockpit with integrated Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT™).

Initially sold as the Cessna 350, the aircraft was given the marketing name Corvalis by Cessna on 14 January 2009.

Cessna 350 Corvalis

Cessna 350 Corvalis Exterior

Two of the best-looking aircrafts in the world, 350 Corvalis and 400 Corvalis TT are very close of speed and performance terms. Both are primarily constructed of E-glass and carbon-fiber composite, materials that greatly enhance structural integrity, speed and performance.
The innovative design and the manufacturing processes of these aircrafts transmit to the pilots the confidence and the peace of mind.

Fast yet forgiving.

The 350 Corvalis and 400 Corvalis TT offer the most stable ride in turbulence, because of its high wing.
The combination of the contemporary design and of its smooth, aerodynamic lines, make Corvalis aircrafts to have “that extra-special something”.
The fuselage, the wings and the flight controls of this aircraft are imbedded with lightning mesh to effectively and safely dissipate the adverse effects of a lightning strike.
Additionally, static wicks on the trailing edge of the wings and elevator allow static build-up to be delivered safely without distressing avionics functionality or disrupting other electrical systems.

Dimensions350 Corvalis
Exterior
Height9 ft (2.74 m)
Length25 ft 2 in (7.67 m)
Wingspan35 ft 10 in (10.91 m)
Cessna 350 Corvalis

Cessna 350 Corvalis Interior

Comfort, refinement and luxury are the essential characteristics of the Cessna 350 Corvalis Interior.

You will have a nice, relaxing trip because of the hand-stitched leather seats and sidewalls, class-leading cabin appointments and innovative, active safety features position the 350 Corvalis and 400 CorvalisTT cabin far above the competition.

The unique and modern design of the 350 Corvalis and 400 Corvalis TT cabin is more than simply aesthetically pleasing.

You can bring baggage because there is a large storage lockable and accessible through a rear exterior door, so you will feel more relaxing and comfortable.

Cessna 350 Corvalis

Cabin Control Configurations

The class-leading cabin appointments will deliver you the comfort to this four-seat configuration that helps you enjoy the ride. Also the fully automatic climate control system of this aircraft keeps you comfortable in all phases of your trip.
Interior Highlights
Every 350 Corvalis and 400 Corvalis TT will come equipped with some important elements like: the hand-stitched leather seats, the fully lined cabin walls, the climate control system (that monitors cabin temperature automatically applies heat or air conditioning) and also the side-stick controls (that allow the pilot to feel the aerodynamic forces of the airplane).

Dimensions350 Corvalis
Cabin
Height49 in (1.24 m)
Width49 in (1.24 m)
Length11 ft 8 in (3.54 m)
Standard Seating Capacity4
Baggage Capacity25 cubic ft (0.7 cubic m)
Cessna 350 Corvalis

Cessna 350 Corvalis Avionics

The pilot will enjoy the best technology like: the Garmin G1000 glass cockpit with integrated Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT™). The G1000 also is equipped with a fully integrated transponder, a dual Nav/Comm/WAAS/GPS, two large, 10.4-inch high-resolution active-matrix LCDs, that present the real-time flight-critical data, including traffic information, heading data, digital altitude, topographic data and relative terrain mapping.
And the list is incomplete.
We have to consider the autopilot controls, the crew alerting, the engine indication and the digital audio panel, all of which will bring the security and the confidence you need to buy this aircraft. Plus, the G1000 is also included in our Caravan, Skylane and the Citation Mustang models.

Flight Control System

The Skyhawk SP, 350 Corvalis and 400 Corvalis TT, and all Skylane and Stationair models come equipped with the Garmin GFC 700 fully integrated flight control system.
Having some innovative features including overspeed protection, airspeed hold, pich hold and coupled VNAV, Garmin GFC 700 fully integrated flight control system, provides precise lateral and vertical guidance and also maximum safety, reliability on your aircraft. Every element of this state-of-the-art system is designed to offer maximum safety, reliability and situational awareness.

Cessna 350 Corvalis

Synthetic Vision

(SVT)
The weather and the aircraft position is a significant problem for many aircrafts.
We can help you see the mountains coming with Garmin’s G1000® Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT™), also available on Cessna Skyhawk, Stationair, 350 Corvalis and 400 Corvalis TT models.
With the Garmin’s G1000® Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT™) you can observe the aircraft’s position in real-time 3-D images showing you outstanding situational awareness.
Also you can notice many aspects like: synthetic terrain, flight-path markers, flight hazards and highway-in-the-sky, all on one easy-to-read avionics panel. All these make flying easier and safer.

XM Weather

The XM Weather program includes textual and graphical METARS, NEXRAD radar, TAFs; you will also get others graphical products like: lightning, freezing levels, and TFRs, cloud tops. The XM Satellite automatically sends this useful information, well structured, to your aircraft and continuously update it, to offer you a near real-time picture of meteorological or terrain conditions.

Cessna 350 Corvalis

350 Corvalis Engine

Power trip.
Teledyne Continental Motors is recognized throughout the industry for manufacturing solid and trustworthy engines. Only the fastest and most efficient aircrafts in the world utilize TCM powerplants.
The TCM IO-550-N is a six-cylinder, fuel-injected engine having dual independent electrical systems. The engine produces 310 horsepower and it have a max cruise speed of 191 knots (354 km/hr) and also a 1,395-nautical-mile (2,584 km) range at economy cruise speeds.

Cessna 350 Corvalis

350 Corvalis Safety

Cessna efforts offer some amenities for pilots like a favorable insurance and the best comfort.
As a Cessna pilot you will feel the confidence and the comfort level, when you will takes the aircraft to the skies.

The fuselage, the wings and the flight controls of this aircraft are imbedded with lightning mesh to effectively and safely throw away the adverse effects of a lightning strike.
Additionally, static wicks on the trailing edge of the wings and elevator allow static build-up to be delivered safely without distressing avionics functionality or disrupting other electrical systems.
The Cessna mission to build an aircraft that reacts to troubles and also can avoid it is completed, the safety is at maximum.
From prop to tail, the design of this aircraft is very attractive.

Performance350 Corvalis
Single Pilot CertifiedYes
Maximum Cruise Speed191 ktas (354 km/h)
Certified Ceiling18,000 ft (5,486 m)
Airport Performance
Takeoff Distance2,300 ft (701 m)
Landing Distance2,350 ft (716 m)
Rate of Climb at Sea Level1,225 fpm (373 mpm)
Range1,395 nm (2,584 km)
Cessna 350 Corvalis
Maximum Weights350 Corvalis
Ramp Weight3,400 lb (1,542 kg)
Takeoff Weight3,400 lb (1,542 kg)
Landing Weight3,230 lb (1,465 kg)
Zero Fuel Weight3,228 lb (1,464 kg)
Usable Fuel Capacity612 lb (278 kg)
Typically-Equipped Empty Weight2,450 lb (1,111 kg)
Useful Load950 lb (431 kg)
Maximum Payload778 lb (353 kg)
Full-Fuel Payload338 lb (153 kg)
Cessna 350 Corvalis
Powerplant350 Corvalis
ManufacturerTeledyne Continental
Model (Number)IO-550-N (1)
Time Between Overhauls2,000 hr

The Price for 350 Corvalis is $550,000

Operating Costs350 Corvalis
Cost per Mile$0.76
Cost per Hour$130

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