Some of the different models of the Cessa airplane are; Cessna 400, Cessna 510, Cessna 525, Cessna 560XL, Cessna 680, and Cessna 750. Each different Cessna plane varies in size, purpose, and capability.
There isn't a synonym for Cessna... Cessna has always been Cessna, has not operated under any other names, and has always operated independently of parent companies which had bought it out (General Dynamics from 1985 to 1992, and Textron from 1992 to present). Only two products from another company are manufactured under the Cessna name - the Columbia 350 (as the Cessna 350) and the Columbia 400 (as the Cessna 400). Cessna is Cessna... nothing else is.
This depends on what aircraft we are looking at. If you are looking at Cessna 152 you can buy those for around $100,000.00. However, if you are looking at a Boeing 747-400 those are over 250,000,000.00.
That's really going to have something to do with how fast the plane is flying. If the plane is a Boeing 737 covering ground at 400 mph, then (6,751 / 400) = 16.88 hours of flying time, not counting refueling stops. If the plane is a Cessna 172 covering ground at 120 mph, then (6,751 / 120) = 56.26 hours of flying time, not counting refueling and pit stops.
If the person outside the plane managed to move along with the plane, at 400 mph, the ball would appear to fall vertically. At lower speeds, the plane and ball would be in sight for a short period of time and the ball would appear to move horizontally with the plane.
Cessna claims that the fastest single engine piston general aviation aircraft currently in production is the Cessna Corvalis, also known as the Cessna 400. It has a listed maximum cruise speed of 235 knots, which is 270 mph. (Cessna website.)
As of April 2014 Cessna employed around 5, 400 employees. This is before Textron the parent company of Cessna bought Beechcraft, to form Textron Aviation. Beechcraft employed around 3, 500.
It is a plane figure bounded by 400 straight lines.
400 square feet equals 57,600 square inches.
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400 meters is 1/4 mile.
about 400 miles
it is 400 dollars
nothing it didn't exist.
0.4 million is 400,000 (400 thousand).
3 sides of the track
By Plane: 747-400: 10Hours
My dad went and it cost about $400.
If you are talking house wise...400 sq is incredibly small...most likely a one floor house. One room probably.