Cessna 421 Golden Eagle

In 1967, Cessna embarked on the development of the Cessna 421, famously known as the Golden Eagle. This model emerged as a pressurized iteration of its predecessor, the Cessna 411, achieving instant success with the sale of over 200 aircraft in its inaugural production year. The subsequent year saw further enhancements, including increased fuel capacity and an elongated fuselage, leading to the designation of Cessna 421A. By 1971, an additional variant was introduced, featuring a larger baggage space in the nose and an extended wingspan, enabling a heightened service ceiling of 5,000 ft. This iteration was named the Cessna 421B.

Red Box Aviation is delighted to present an extensive range of ground power equipment tailored for the Cessna 421 Golden Eagle aircraft, encompassing tugs, ground power units, start power units and more. These offerings are meticulously crafted to meet the specific requirements of the Cessna 421.

Among these offerings is the RBPS25 continuous power unit, compact, lightweight, and highly portable. Specifically designed to provide continuous high-quality DC power, it proves valuable for crew training, aircraft servicing in the workshop, on the ramp, or in the field.

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