The question is too vague. There are many types of Cessna from small single engine trainers through twin engine business aircraft right up to large twin jet transports. You need at least a model number for an answer.
The Cessna 406 is a twin turboprop executive transport.
Clyde Cessna built his first aircraft in 1911. It was not much like toays sleek modern Cessnas.
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.
Clyde Cessna built his first Cessna in 1911
A Cessna is a type of airplane.
Cessna was created in 1927.
Cessna's population is 2,011.
Draining the bank account, and occasionally for flight.
distinguishes what make it is EX: cessna 154, cessna 182 their different planes
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.