Cessna Turboprops for Sale

Founded in 1927, Cessna became a Textron Aviation brand in 2014. The company first produced turboprops in the 1970s with the Conquest twin-engine aircraft. In 1984 it introduced the Caravan high-wing single-engine turboprop for cargo and executive use and is currently developing the low-wing single-engine Denali utility turboprop

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Cessna Caravan 208B Grand
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Cessna Caravan 208B Grand

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Southern Africa, South Africa, For Sale by Aviation Sales International
  • Year 2009
  • S/N TBD
  • Total Time 4
• Fresh MPI • Low Engine Time • Air-Conditioning • Factory Installed Cargo Pod
Updated 26 Mar 2024
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Cessna Caravan 208B Grand

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South America, Brazil, For Sale by AeroGuia
  • Year 2010
  • S/N TBD
  • Total Time 2200
Total hours: 2.200  Aircraft based in Brazil. No accident or incident history. The data as received from the owner, subject to
Updated 05 Mar 2024
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Cessna Caravan 208B Grand

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Southern Africa, Botswana, For Sale by Absolute Aviation Group
  • Year 2009
  • S/N TBD
  • Total Time 4633
Pratt & Whitney PT6A-114A Time Since Overhaul: 625.3 Hrs TBO: 3600  Hrs   McCauley 3-Blade Time Since Overhaul: 88 Hrs TBO: 4000 / 6 years  Hrs  
Updated 12 Feb 2024
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Cessna Caravan 208B Grand EX Amphibian

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North America + Canada, United States - FL, For Sale by Wipaire
  • Year 2018
  • S/N 208B5434
  • Total Time 1860
This 2018 Grand Caravan Amphib is ready to work for you. Currently maintained & operated under FAA Part 135 regulations. Aircraft delivered with
Updated 22 Feb 2024
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Cessna Conquest I

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North America + Canada, United States - KY, For Sale by Corporate AirSearch Intl
  • Year 1981
  • S/N 425-0130
  • Total Time 6300
Blackhawk Engine Conversion PT6-135A American Aviation “Speed Stacks”
Updated 23 Nov 2023
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Cessna Conquest II

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Southern Africa, South Africa, For Sale by Investment Aircraft
  • Year 1979
  • S/N TBD
  • Total Time 17693
Dash 10 Engines Dual Garmin G650TXI’s Garmin GTN 750 & 650 STEC 2100 Autopilot system Air-Conditioning De-Ice
Updated 31 Jul 2023
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Cessna Conquest I

Price: USD $849,000
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Cessna Conquest I

Price: USD $849,000
North America + Canada, United States - TX, For Sale by Jim Ridpath
  • Year 1981
  • S/N 425-0099
  • Total Time 9110
This Corsair has 9,110 hours Total Time as of 08/17/2022.  PT6A-112 OH by Northstar Aerospace @ 7,116 hours SNEW & now have approximately 2,000 hours
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FAQs: Cessna Turboprops for Sale

Here are the most Frequently Asked Questions for Cessna Turboprops for sale
  • How much does a Cessna Caravan Cost?

    A new Cessna Caravan single-engine turboprop costs between $2.37m for a 2023-model 208 Caravan, and $2.6m for a 2023-model 208B Grand Caravan EX, according to Aircraft Bluebook’s Winter 2023 data. Buyers can purchase a used Cessna Caravan for less. For example, Aircraft Bluebook’s Winter 2023 data shows that a 2010-model Grand Caravan retails for approximately $1.7m, while a 2000-model 208 Caravan costs $950k. An original 1985-model 208 Caravan costs $575k.

  • How many Cessna Caravans are flying today?

    As of December 2023, there were 2,680 Cessna Caravans flying worldwide, per JETNET. The Cessna Caravan 208B has the largest in-operation fleet, with 1,482 units in operation. At the time of writing, there had been 388 Cessna Caravan retirements from a total 3,094 units built.

  • How far can I fly on a Cessna Caravan turboprop?

    Cessna Caravans offer maximum ranges of between 685nm for the 208B Grand Caravan model (equipped with a Cargo Pod) up to 835nm for the 208 Caravan, according to Conklin & de Decker. These ranges are based on four passengers and available fuel aboard.

  • Which turboprops compete with Cessna Caravan models?

    In addition to Cessna’s Caravan models, there are other single-engine turboprop aircraft designed for carrying large payloads, and operating from rugged airfields. These include Daher’s Kodiak 100, Pacific Aerospace’s P750, and the Pilatus PC-12.

Cessna (Turboprops) Overview

By Gerrard Cowan - Editor, Aircraft Reviews

The Cessna 208 Caravan has been a fixture of the turboprop market for decades, with derivatives of the aircraft still finding customers today, and older models remaining popular on the pre-owned market. Under Textron Aviation, Cessna is now looking to the future of the turboprop domain, with two new aircraft in development. 

Cessna Caravan

The Cessna 208 Caravan was introduced in the mid-1980s, with the first platform delivered to an air service provider in Alaska. The platform was a success story for Cessna, with more than 2,500 units manufactured and certification achieved in 100 nations, including the Caravan, Grand Caravan, and Grand Caravan EX models.

The aircraft normally accommodates nine passengers, offering a maximum range of 1,000nm. The single-engine turboprop is powered by a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-114A engine, and offers a maximum take-off weight of 8,000lb.

The aircraft’s modern variants feature Garmin G1000 avionics, while it also offers an optional Garmin Enhanced Flight Control System (E-AFCS).

Cessna Grand Caravan

After the initial success of the original Caravan model, the late 1980s brought the launch of the Cessna 208B Grand Caravan, a stretched version of the original aircraft that is about 4ft longer.

The Grand Caravan can seat up to 14 passengers, though usually holds nine, and has a maximum range of just under 800nm. It is powered by the same PT6A-114A engine, giving a power output of 675shp. Later models also included more modern Garmin G1000 avionics.

Cessna Grand Caravan EX

Following the Grand Caravan was the Cessna Grand Caravan EX, which has had a good deal of success since its certification in 2013, and customers range from the Rwandan Defense Force to Waves Technologies Ltd, a UK-based air taxi service.

The Grand Caravan EX typically seats nine passengers with a pilot, but can hold up to 14, and is powered by a Pratt & Whitney PT6A-140 engine. It is capable of a range of just over 900nm, and features the Garmin G1000 NXi avionics suite on the flight deck.

Future Cessna Turboprops

As of early 2021, Textron was pursuing two new projects in the turboprop domain that are set to take the Cessna brand further forward in the coming decades.

The Cessna SkyCourier twin-turboprop made its first flight in May 2020, and has already secured a launch customer in FedEx Express, which signed a deal for up to 100 aircraft if all options are exercised.

The SkyCourier is offered in both cargo and passenger variants, with the passenger variant accommodating up to 19 passengers and featuring large windows to provide natural light and views. The aircraft is powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-65SC engines and has a range of up to 900nm.

The second new aircraft is the Cessna Denali, a single-engine turboprop with a range of 1,600nm at high-speed cruise, carrying one pilot and four passengers. This Denali features GE’s new advanced turboprop engine – the Catalyst – and has a Garmin G3000 touchscreen avionics suite. It can hold 8-11 passengers.

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