Corvalis and Corvalis TT

    Cessna acquired these two fast piston-powered airplanes when Columbia Aircraft shut down, giving these popular designs a new home backed by a solid worldwide support and service network. Rugged Teledyne Continental engines power both models. With dual turbochargers, the TT reaches speeds of 270 mph, the fastest in the fixed-gear single-engine class.

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