Operators of Cessna 441 Conquest IIs have a new option for compliance with
the continuous inspection program Cessna initiated last June.
The revised program recommends that Part 91 and Part 135 operators comply with a series of supplemental inspection documents (SID) that are now being incorporated into an expanded phase inspection program with a compliance deadline of September 1 next year.
“These inspections hit the entire fleet of 441s, and Yingling has taken the lead in working with Cessna to support the owners and operators of Conquest IIs affected by this new inspection program,” said Bob Gallop, Yingling’s vice president of repair station operations.
“As a primary authorized propjet service station working closely with Cessna
to support out-of-production aircraft and owners and operators, we are extremely familiar with the aircraft and understand the effect these inspections will [have]. We’ve developed a plan that should minimize downtimes and make compliance with the newly revised continuous inspection program requirements virtually painless,” he said.
Yingling is located on Mid-Continent Airport in Wichita and provides comprehensive support to the full range of Cessna legacy aircraft. It is a Cessna and McCauley Propeller authorized service center specializing in Cessna piston, turbine and jet aircraft.