Cessna 208B | Cessna Grand Caravan EX

We witness the most powerful Caravan's remarkable new abilities.

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Nearly a year ago, Cessna introduced its most powerful Caravan yet. The newest model packs even more power thanks to the Pratt & Whitney turboprop engine.
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The reversible prop looks identical to the previous model. The cowl and single exhaust stack are classic Caravan.
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The demonstrator was finished in Wichita State University colors following the men’s basketball team’s run to the NCAA Final Four.
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The EX airframe is unchanged. The tail is tall enough for mountain climbers and the side cargo door remains a draw.
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Garmin G1000 avionics keep things clean and capable.
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The EX’s Oasis interior, completed by Cessna’s Wichita partner, Yingling Aviation, offers midsize-jet luxury in a turbine single.
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Overhead panels are simple, including oxygen and fuel selectors.
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Updates abound on the Caravan EX. LED lighting is used throughout, including on the wingtips. The boots are gone.
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The Caravan uses TKS deicing; the tank holds 20.8 gallons of the stuff.
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Like Cessna’s Citation lineup, the yokes in the Caravan offer a variety of tools at thumb level, including push-to-talk, autopilot disconnect and pitch trim.
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Popular interior options include pull-out writing tables and entertainment hardware.
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Read more about the updated Cessna Grand Caravan EX model in Robert Goyer's feature here.