1950 CESSNA 195A BUSINESSLINER

It is produced by Cessna Company. 190 and 195 are the developed versions of Cessna 165 and 195A is the only aircraft with radial engine produced after the second world war. The first prototype flew in 1945 and then the production began in 1947. Model 195 was also used as a transport and service aircraft under the name of LC-126 / U-20 by the Unites States Army, United States Airforce and Army National Guards.

One of the most significant qualities of Cessna 195 is that it is completely made up of aluminum. Cessna 190 and 195 Businessliners have the tail wheel landing gears. 195 A has 350 horsepower and its stem diameter is comperatively bigger than the other Cessna aircrafts since it has a Jacobs R-755-A2 turbo-charged radial engine.

Due to its comfort, Cessna 195 Businessliner is preferred by some aircraft rental companies.

Cessna 195A with 7504 serial number was produced in 1950 and is now in the inventory of M.S.Ö. Air & Space Museum.

Cessna 195A Businessliner can fly and is brought to M.S.Ö. Air & Space Museum with the contributions of Kamuran KESKİN and Yener SONUŞEN in 2020.

Cessna 195 advertisement in 1947

Cessna 195 Postcard

Specifications:

Crew

Capacity

Length

Wingspan

Height

Empty Weight

MTOW

Fuel capacity

Cruising Speed

Max. speed

Range

Engine

1

4 PASSENGERS 

8,33 M

11,02 M

2,37 M

930 KG

1.519 KG

302 LT

265 KM / H

291 KM / H

1.110 KM (600 NM)

1 x JACOBS R-755-A2 TURBO-CHARGED RADIAL ENGINE / 350 HP

Crew 1

Capacity 4 PASSENGERS

Length 8,33 M

Wingspan 11,02 M

Height 2,37 M

Empty Weight 930 KG

MTOW 1.516 KG

Fuel capacity 302 LT

Cruising Speed 256 KM / SAAT

Max. speed 291 KM / SAAT

Range 1.110 KM (600 NM)

Engine 1 x Jacobs R-755-A2 turbo charged radial engine / 350 HP