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Built by Cessna, the Cessna 414 is an American light, pressurized, twin-engine transport aircraft. The 414 has the capacity for 1-2 crew members and up to 8 passengers. The empty weight is 4365 lb (1980 kg) and the gross weight is 6750 lb (3062 kg). The maximum speed is 235 knots (271 mph, 436 km/h). 1070 aircraft were produced from 1968 to 1985. Variant models include the Cessna Model 414, Cessna 414A Chancellor, and Riley Rocket 414.
The 414 was based on the fuselage of the Cessna 421 and used the wing design of the 401. The Cessna 414 was developed to appeal to owners of un-pressurized, twin-engined aircraft. The 414 is powered by two wing-mounted Continental TSIO-520-J horizontally opposed-six piston engines of 310 hp. The aircraft is a low-wing cantilever monoplane with a conventional tail unit and a retractable tricycle landing gear. The first production of the aircraft was available in with a number of optional seating arrangements and avionics packages. Introduced in 1978, the 414A Chancellor, featured a re-designed and increased span wing with integral fuel tanks and an extended nose to give more baggage space.