cessna Skymaster 337 G-BTVV
The Cessna 337 Skymaster is a twin-engine civil utility aircraft originating from the United States. It is constructed in a push-pull configuration, with one propellor at the front and one propellor at the back.
The first Skymaster prototype flew on the 28th February 1961. Almost 3,000 Skymasters were built, (2,993 to be exact) with some being manufactured in France under licence by REIMS after American production seized in 1982.
A military variant of the Skymaster was made and was used by the likes of Mozambique, Burkina Faso and Thailand.