Cessna 441 Conquest II’s blend of 300+ kt. Cruise speeds and top-notch fuel efficiency should be stimulating buyer interest, especially in light of fuel price increases and pressures to “go green.” But it isn’t. Instead, potential buyers are migrating toward light jets. Yet, Conquest II can fly typical missions and arrive within 10 min. of a jet while burning one-third less fuel. Cessna built 362 units from 1977 through 1986 and 290 aircraft remain in service. The ...

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