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Columbia 400

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Columbia 400
Type Civil utility aircraft
Manufacturer Columbia Aircraft
Introduced 2004
Produced 2004-present
Variants Columbia 350

The Columbia 400 is a single-engine, fixed-gear, low-wing general aviation aircraft built from composite materials by Columbia Aircraft. It is currently also produced in a slightly lower-performance model, the 350. A highly efficient design, the Columbias offer high cruise speeds and are "all-electric", with standard electronic flight displays (has the option of Avidyne or Garmin G1000) that do not use traditional gyroscope-based instruments. The Columbia 400 is often compared to the Mooney Acclaim, and the Cirrus SR22.

The Columbia 400 is one of the fastest FAA-certified piston aircraft in production today, reaching a speed of 235 knots at 25,000 feet.

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