1980 Cessna 414A

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The Cessna 414A Chancellor was a light twin-engined civil utility aircraft. It was a pressurised version of the Cessna 411. The 414A was introduced in 1977, replacing the earlier Cessna 414. It was powered by two 250-hp (193-kW) Continental TSIO-520-AB turbocharged engines and featured a number of improvements, including a six-foot longer fuselage, a swept tail, revised wing planform and an improved pressurisation system. It was typically configured to seat six or seven passengers and had an extended range of 1,500 miles (2,400 km). The 414A was in production until 1985, when it was replaced by the Cessna 421 Golden Eagle.


  • 8,338 Total Time Since New
  • Engine(s)
  • Continental TSIO-520-NB RAM VII (1,600 TBO)
  • SN: (L) 521564/ (R) 813545-R
  • Time Since Overhaul: (L) 102.5/ (R) 29.8
  • Prop Details
  • Hartzell Scimitar Plus
  • SN: (L) EB3883A/ (R) EB3882A
  • Time Since Overhaul: (L) 92.5/ (R) 1,104.9
  • Avionics
  • Avidyne FlightMax EX500 MFD
  • Bendix/King KMA24 Audio Receiver Marker Beacon
  • Bendix/King KX155 NAV/COMM
  • Cessna 400A Autopilot w/Yaw Damper
  • Garmin G600TXi – PFD
  • Garmin GTX Transponder w/ADS-B
  • JPT EDM 790 Color CHT/EGT
  • Maintenance Status
  • Annual Completed on April 28, 2022 at Netran Aviation LLC in North Charleston, NC
  • Features/Options
  • De-Ice Boots
  • GWI+320 Useful Load
  • Heated Windshield
  • Keith Electric Air Conditioning
  • Prop De-Ice
  • Ram VII Air Scoops, Intercooler, Turbo & Winglets
  • Robertsoon STOL System
  • JPI EDM 790 Color CHT/EGT/FF

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