CESSNA

Cessna Aircraft Company is a general aviation aircraft manufacturer based in Wichita, Kansas. It is a subsidiary of Textron, a conglomerate in the US. Cessna is lauded for the Cessna 172, the most produced plane in history.

Cessna was founded as the Cessna-Roos Aircraft Company in 1927 by the partnership of Clyde Cessna and Victor Roos. Clyde was a Farmer in Kansas but became the first person to have flown between the Mississippi River and the Rocky mountains, and by using an aircraft he built on his own at that. On the other hand, Victor was a known aviation entrepreneur. He resigned just one month after forming the partnership, and the Kansas Secretary of State approved the dropping of Roos from the company name soon thereafter.

Cessna Aircraft fell victim to the Great Depression but after Clyde’s nephews Dwane and Dwight Wallace reopened Cessna in 1934, it began to become a global success.

Cessna Aircraft was acquired by General Dynamics Corporation in 1985. General Dynamics sold Cessna to Textron. Textron combined Cessna and Beechcraft to form what is now Textron Aviation.

If you are a proud owner of a Cessna Aircraft, then Knisley Welding is the right partner for you! Knisley Welding can help keep your Cessna Aircraft working at peak condition.

Knisley Welding caters to the aircraft exhaust systems of the above listed Cessna aircrafts. For more information on how Kinsley Welding can help you on your Cessna aircraft, just give us a call and we will gladly entertain your inquiries.

You can also learn more about the History of Cessna on our blog!

150
152
170
170/172
172
172R, 172S
172 RG
172 XP
172/175
177
177 RG
180
180 Early
180/182/185
180/182 Early
R182/S182
188
188 Modified
188 T
206/207/210
210 Early
P210
T206/207/210
T206/207/210 Modified
320-320 C
310/320/401/402/402B
310 R
336
337
337/337P
340
414A
340A/414
402 C
404
421 A/B
421 C