Columbia 400

Columbia 400 - Image #001

Columbia 400 - Image #001

The general feeling of the Columbia 400 is solid, like a much bigger and heavier airplane.Michael Rosing
Columbia 400 - Image #002

Columbia 400 - Image #002

The gull-wing doors allow plenty of room for entry and exit. And the baggage area is easily accessible through the large door.
Columbia 400 - Image #003

Columbia 400 - Image #003

Shown here is the complete G1000 panel. The autopilot controls are on the lower left side of the multifunction display.
Columbia 400 - Image #004

Columbia 400 - Image #004

The image on the MFD shows the airplane is in a climbing left turn, autopilot on, about to level off at 5,500 feet.
Columbia 400 - Image #005

Columbia 400 - Image #005

Here the engine information system page tells all about everything. Note that the turbine inlet temperature (TIT) is shown for both turbos. Climb power is being developed here and all the temperatures are quite cool.
Columbia 400 - Image #006

Columbia 400 - Image #006

There are but a few switches on the overhead plus the plug-ins for the built-in oxygen system.
Columbia 400 - Image #007

Columbia 400 - Image #007

The E-Vade ice protection system heats the leading edges through the use of heat-conducting graphite foil.
Columbia 400 - Image #008

Columbia 400 - Image #008

The E-Vade ice protection system heats the leading edges through the use of heat-conducting graphite foil.
Columbia 400 - Image #009

Columbia 400 - Image #009

Controls for the heat and A/C.
Columbia 400 - Image #010

Columbia 400 - Image #010

The alpha-numeric keypad that can be used for flight management tasks. The keypad is in the center of the cockpit, just ahead of the armrest, fuel selector and exterior light switches.