The Cessna 414 stands out as a twin-engine light transport aircraft with pressurization, crafted by Cessna. It inherits its fuselage from the Cessna 421 and wing design from the Cessna 401. Propelled by Continental TSIO-520-J engines, the 414 features a tricycle landing gear and a conventional tail. Its development aimed to offer a pressurized alternative for owners of non-pressurized models. The Cessna 414 came in various seating arrangements and avionics systems, later introducing an enhanced version, the 414A Chancellor, in 1978. The Chancellor brought substantial modifications, including extended wet wings, an enlarged nose for increased storage, and a slimmer vertical tail. It was powered by TSIO-520-N engines.
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