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Cessna 336 / 337 Skymaster

Cessna 337F Super Skymaster © Jenny Coffey
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336 / 337 Skymaster

Light Utility Aircraft

The Cessna 336 & 337 Skymaster is a twin-engined six-seat light utility aircraft produced by the US-American manufacturer Cessna Aircraft Company. The US Air Force military variant of the Cessna 337M was designated O-2.
Crew1
Passengers5
 
Propulsion2 Piston Engines
Engine ModelContinental IO-360-GB
Engine Power (each)157 kW210 hp
 
max. Cruise Speed306 km/h165 kts
  190 mph
max. Speed (vne)367 km/h198 kts
  228 mph
Service Ceiling5.486 m18.000 ft
Rate of climb335 m/min1100 ft/min
Range1.704 km920 NM
1.059 mi.
 
Empty Weight1.264 kg2.787 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight2.100 kg4.630 lbs
 
Wing Span11,63 m38,2 ft
Wing Area18,7 m201 ft
Length9,07 m29,8 ft
Height2,79 m9,2 ft
 
First Flight28.02.1961
Production Statusout of production
Total Production2821
 
ICAO CodeC336 / C337
FAA TCDSA2CE, A6CE
Data for (Version)Cessna 337F Super Skymaster
Variants336, 337, 337A, 337B, 337C, 337D, 337E, 337F, 337G, 337H, O-2A, O-2B, Lynx, T337B, P337G, T337H-SP, F337E, F337F, F337G, FTB337G
Remarks
The unusual push-pull engine configuration eliminated asymmetric handling problems (Centre Line Thrust). The fixed landing gear equipped Cessna 336 was in production from 1962 until 1964 with 195 produced aircraft. The Skymaster was also produced by Reims of France including the Reims developed military variant FTB337G Milirole.

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