Cessna 421B Golden Eagle is a pressurized, twin-engine, cabin class, light aircraft. It is a modified version of Cessna 411. The only difference between the two is that 421B is pressurized.

The 421B Golden Eagle was certified in April 1970. This aircraft featured some significant improvements such as lengthened nose and wingspan. It is powered by 2 Continental GTSIO-520-HS with 375 hp (280 kW).

421B can function on a shorter field and can climb to altitude in no time. This allows the aircraft access to more airfields regardless of surface or distance.

General Characteristics
Capacity
Crew: One to two
Passengers: Six

Powerplant
2xContinental GTSIO-520-HS

Performance
Top Speed: 245 kts
Maximum Cruise Speed: 235 kts
Stall Speed: 74 kts
Range: 845 nm

Weight
Gross Weight: 7,450lbs
Empty Weight: 4,426lbs
Fuel Capacity: 175 gal

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