• Maximum Range

    1,600 nm

  • Maximum Cruise Speed

    285 ktas

  • Maximum Occupants

    8 - 11

  • Useful Load

    1,100 lb

  • Takeoff Distance

    2,950 ft

Sometimes segments of the aircraft market grow stagnant and become ripe for disruption. Enter the Cessna Denali turboprop, a brand new high-performance aircraft that changes everything. Designed with more performance, more versatility, lower operating costs, smarter cabin space and a superior service network, the Cessna Denali is rising above the competition.

New Leader Rises


Unmatched performance, efficiency, and versatility

  • Short-field capable with rugged landing gear suitable for unimproved runways.
  • Advanced technologies to achieve 20% lower operating costs.
  • Largest aft cargo door in its class for superior versatility.

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Unmatched Comfort

  • Passengers will enjoy the widest cabin in this class featuring a flat-floor design, lowest cabin altitude, executive-style seating, forward refreshment center and the ease of loading travel gear and cargo.
  • The Denali will offer customers an optional externally serviceable belted lavatory with pocket door enclosure that is located in the back of the cabin.



  • Executive
  • High Density

Precision At Your Command

User-friendly touch screens powered by Garmin® G3000™ avionics make for intuitive control, while Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT™) provides a clear, concise picture of your flying environment.

The Cessna Denali is equipped with a fully digital, dual-channel autopilot system equipped with many features for added safety, redundancy and reliability. Integrating data from the avionics system, the AP is built to inspire confidence while ensuring optimum smoothness and comfort.

The system uses pre-stored airspeed-limit data along with autopilot gains that are scheduled to optimize performance to offer excellent stability and control. The autopilot maximizes aircraft performance with precise lateral and vertical navigation guidance for all phases of flight.

The autopilot system is simple and straightforward to operate yet sophisticated and state-of-the-art, which makes flying the Denali easier, consistent and more enjoyable.

McCauley BLACKMAC® Carbon 5-blade composite propeller is 102 inches in diameter with reversible pitch and electric ice protection. It pairs well with GE’s advanced turboprop engine for powerful efficiency.

  • Three 14 inch diagonal, wide screen LCD displays
  • Synthetic Vision Technology
  • Two Touchscreen Control Panels
  • Dual Garmin FMS with dual WAAS-enabled GPS receivers for navigation
  • Dual Transponders with ADS-B In and Out
  • Weather Avoidance Radar
  • Terrain Avoidance Warning System (TAWS-B)
  • Garmin Traffic Collision and Avoidance System (TCAS I)
  • Dual Attitude Heading Reference System
  • Dual Air Data computers
  • Digital Audio System
Optional Avionics Include
  • Single or Dual ADF
  • Second DME
  • HF Radio w/SELCAL
  • Wireless Data Loading
  • Flight Data Recorder
  • Cockpit Voice Recorder
  • TAWS-A
  • Surface Watch
  • XM Graphical Weather
  • Lightning Detection
  • Enhanced Auto Flight Control
  • Enhanced Vision System
Installed on Left-Hand Panel (pilot):
  • Primary Flight Display (PFD)
  • Barometric Altitude Adjustment Knob
Installed on Right-Hand Panel (Copilot):
  • Primary Flight Display (PFD)
  • Barometric Altitude Adjustment Knob
Installed on Center Panel:
  • Multi-Function Display (MFD)
  • Dual Touchscreen LCD Control Panels
Installed Beneath Glareshield:
  • Flight Guidance Panel FGP
  • Electronic Standby Flight Display – ESFD
  • Cockpit Voice Recorder Microphone (Optional)
  • Master Caution and Master Warning Annunciators
  • Engine Fire Annunciator
  • Engine Fire Extinguisher Switch (Optional)
Installed on Pilots LH Switch Panel:
  • Electrical Power controls
  • Fuel Boost and Transfer controls
  • Pilot Display Reversion Switch
  • Oxygen Microphone selection
Installed on Pilots RH Switch Panel:
  • Ice Protection controls
  • Landing Gear Control Handle
  • Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) Remote Switch
  • Flight Hour Meter
Installed on Copilots LH Switch Panel:
  • Temperature controls
  • Oxygen controls
  • Pressurization controls
  • Pilot Emergency COM Tuning Switch
  • Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) Remote Switch
Installed on Copilots RH Switch Panel:
  • Pilot Display Reversion Switch
  • Oxygen Microphone selection
Installed on Pedestal:
  • Engine Throttle Lever
  • Flaps Control
  • Engine Control/Start Panel
  • Control Surface Manual Trim Control

Advanced GE Turboprop Engine

  • An advanced 1,240 shp GE turboprop engine with FADEC control and a 4,000 hour TBO.
  • McCauley-Blackmac® Carbon five-blade composite propeller with reversible pitch and ice protection.



48 ft 9 in (14.86 m)


15 ft 2 in (4.62 m)


54 ft 3 in (16.54 m)

        *Performance data is based on standard conditions with zero wind. Range includes 1 pilot, 4 passengers at high speed cruise. All data is preliminary and subject to change.


Length 48 ft 9 in (14.86 m)
Height 15 ft 2 in (4.62 m)
Wingspan 54 ft 3 in (16.54 m)
Wheelbase 15 ft 1 in (4.60 m)
Tread 16 ft 6 in (5.03 m)

Cabin Interior

Height 58 in (1.47 m)
Width 63 in (1.60 m)
Length 16 ft 9 in (5.11 m)
Maximum Occupants 8 - 11


Useful Load 1,100 lb (499 kg)
Full Fuel Payload 1,100 lb (499 kg)


Maximum Cruise Speed 285 ktas (519 km/h)
Maximum Range 1,600 nm (2,963 km)
Takeoff Distance 2,950 ft (899 m)
Maximum Operating Altitude 31,000 ft (9,449 m)