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The Cessna Denali, previously know as the Textron Single Engine TurboProp (SETP), is a single engine turboprop aircraft made by Cessna, announced at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2015.


It should compete with the Pilatus PC-12 and Daher-Socata TBM, as well as other new projects such as the One Aviation Kestrel K-350 and the CAIGA Primus 150.


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In November 2015, GE Aviation announced its General Electric Advanced Turboprop, since named the GE93, had been selected to power the aircraft.


The Denali’s 1,240 shp GE turboprop engine will offer single-lever power and propeller control.


Simply put, no aircraft in this class even comes close to the Cessna Denali. The Denali will quickly rise as the leader in the high-performance single-engine turboprop market.


The aircraft is a completely new design, not derived from any existing aircraft.


The airplane will also feature Garmin G3000 avionics with weather radar, terrain alerting, ADS-B Out and RVSM capability.


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"CESSNA DENALI, Turboprop Air Charter!"

The cabin mockup of the new Cessna Denali, a clean-sheet turboprop featuring a six-seat executive interior, large aft cargo door that is reminiscent of the Pilatus PC-12’s, and power from a new fadec-controlled engine under development by GE Aviation.


The price of $4.8 million is close to the PC-12’s as well. Cruise speed is listed as 285 knots, full fuel payload 1,100 pounds and service ceiling 31,000 feet.


The Denali will have a range of 1,600 nautical miles at high-speed cruise with one pilot and four passengers, and will be able to fly from Los Angeles to Chicago, New York to Miami, or London to Moscow.


The Denali cabin features a standard configuration with six reclining seats and optional belted aft lavatory.


Cessna will also offer a nine-place high-density seating option. Highlights of the cabin are large round windows, interior LED lighting, a forward refreshment cabinet and an in-flight accessible baggage compartment.


Its cabin is 58 inches (147 cm) tall and 63 inches (160 cm) wide with a flat floor, three inches wider than its closest competitor; the 59 inches (150 cm) tall by 53 inches (135 cm) wide cargo door is larger than the PC-12's 53 inches (135 cm) tall by 52 inches (132 cm) wide.

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