The Cessna 172 is the most popular single-engine touring aircraft in the world. It was produced by the Cessna Aircraft Company (now Textron Aviation) starting from 1956 and has sold to date more than 45,000 units worldwide, of which 1,400 in the year of release on the market.

A few days ago Textron Aviation presented the new family of legendary executive turboprops aircraft to the public: the King Air 360 and King Air 360 ER.

The Beechcraft T-34 Mentor is a low-wing single prop derived directly from the civil aircraft Beechcraft Bonanza.

Developed specifically for the training of military pilots from the USAF and the US Navy since the late 1940s, the T-34 was produced until 1959.