The 404 Titan remains Cessna?s largest twin-piston-engine aircraft, since the time of its development in the 70s, with the ability to seat up to nine passengers. The Titan underwent minor modifications from 1980. These included a redesign of the wingtips, increasing the wing span and adding features, such as a pressurised cabin and optional lavatory. The 421 was first produced in 1967, followed by the 421C Golden Eagle in 1975. The latter was developed with a pressurised cabin, the absence of wingtip fuel tanks and landing gear which was altered from straight-leg to a trailing-link design. Production ended in 1985, after 1,901 aircraft had been delivered.
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