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Cessna Caravan 2014 Manual

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  • Specifi cation &Description

    May 2014, Revision CUnits 208-0567 and on

  • S P E C I F I C AT I O N A N D D E S C R I P T I O N

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    Caravan Marketing

    Cessna Aircraft Company

    P.O. Box 7704

    Wichita, Kansas 67277-7704

    Telephone (316) 517-6081

    Fax (316) 517-7250

    Copyright 2014 Cessna Aircraft Company

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    I N T R O D U C T I O N

    This Specifi cation and Description is published for the purpose of providing general information for the evalu-ation of the design, performance and equipment of the Cessna Caravan aircraft. Should more detailed data be required, it can be obtained by contacting:

    Cessna Aircraft CompanyP.O. Box 7704Wichita, Kansas 67277Telephone: 316-517-6081Fax: 316-517-7850

    This document describes only the Cessna Model 208 Caravan aircraft, Unit Serial Number 0567 and on, and its powerplant and equipment.

    Also included is the Cessna warranty applicable to the Cessna Model 208 Caravan aircraft and the Caravan Crew Training Agreement. In the event of any confl ict or discrepancy between this document and the basic pur-chase agreement to which it may be appended, terms specifi ed in the basic purchase agreement govern.

    Due to the time span between the date of this Specifi -cation and Description and the scheduled delivery date of the aircraft, Cessna reserves the right to revise the Specifi cation and Description whenever occasioned.

    WARNING: This product contains Halon 1211 and Halon 1301. Furthermore, the product is manufactured with 1-1-1 Trichloroethane, substances which harm public health and environment by destroying ozone in the upper atmo-sphere.

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    Cessna Caravan Specification and DescriptionSection Page 1. General Description .......................................................................................................................... 2. Performance ..................................................................................................................................... 3. Structural Design Criteria ................................................................................................................. 4. Fuselage Group ................................................................................................................................ 5. Wing Group ...................................................................................................................................... 6. Empennage Group ........................................................................................................................... 7. Landing Gear .................................................................................................................................... 8. Propulsion 8.1 Powerplant ................................................................................................................................. 8.2 Propeller ..................................................................................................................................... 9. Systems 9.1 Flight Controls ..................................................................................................................... 9.2 Fuel System ......................................................................................................................... 9.3 Electrical System ................................................................................................................. 9.4 Lighting System ................................................................................................................... 9.5 Environmental System.......................................................................................................... 9.6 Pitot-Static System .............................................................................................................. 9.7 Vacuum System ................................................................................................................ 9.8 Garmin G1000 Avionics System .......................................................................................... 10. Corrosion Proofi ng ............................................................................................................................ 11. Floatplane ..................................................................................................................................... 12. Standard Caravan Equipment 12.1 Avionics ............................................................................................................................... 12.2 Engine Instruments ............................................................................................................. 12.3 Flight Instruments ................................................................................................................ 12.4 Flight Controls ..................................................................................................................... 12.5 Environmental ...................................................................................................................... 12.6 Electrical Power .............................................................................................................. 12.7 Exterior Lights ...................................................................................................................... 12.8 Interior Lights ....................................................................................................................... 12.9 Powerplant ........................................................................................................................... 12.10 Fuel System.......................................................................................................................... 12.11 Interior ............................................................................................................................ 12.12 Exterior ................................................................................................................................ 13. Documentation and Technical Publications ................................................................................. 14. Maintenance Programs ................................................................................................................. 15. Limited Warranties 15.1 Cessnas Limited Warranty ............................................................................................. 15.2 Pratt & Whitney Canada Inc. ............................................................................................... 15.3 Honeywell/Bendix/King Warranty .................................................................................... 15.4 McCauley Limited Warranty ........................................................................................... 16. Caravan Crew Training Agreement .................................................................................................. FIGURE I CARAVAN EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS .................................................................................................. FIGURE II CARAVAN CABIN, DOOR, AND WINDOW DIMENSIONS .................................................................FIGURE III CARAVAN FLIGHT DECK ..................................................................................................................

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    The Cessna Caravan is an unpressurized single-engine high wing turboprop aircraft with fi xed landing gear. The aircraft can accommodate up to fourteen persons includ-ing a minimum crew of one. (Operations with more than nine passengers must be approved by the registering countrys aviation authority.) Suitable allowance for lug-gage and optional equipment is also provided.

    The powerplant is a Pratt and Whitney of Canada PT6A-114A turboprop engine mounted in the nose of the air-craft fuselage.

    Certifi cation basis is to U.S. FAA FAR Part 23 Require-mentsday, night, VFR and IFR when equipped with the appropriate options. Export certifi cation requirements may require additional equipment and charges.

    M A N U FA C T U R E R C E S S N A A I R C R A F T C O M PA N Y

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    POWERPLANT .............................................................................. Pratt & Whitney PT6A-114A 675 shp @ 1900 rpm

    PROPELLER ........ McCauley, Anti-Ice, Constant Speed, Full Feathering, Reversible Pitch, 3 Blades, 106 in. Diameter

    LOADINGWing ..........................................................................................................................................................Power ........................................................................................................................................................

    APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONSOverall Height ..........................................................................................................................................Overall Length .........................................................................................................................................Wing Span (overall) ........................................................................................

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