In the August 2018 issue of King Air in Ed Phillips’ historical article titled “Cessna’s Last Stand,” on page 27, the wrong photo caption was published.
It should have been:
The C-34 evolved into the 1937 C-37, 1938 C-38 and finally, the 1939 C-145/C-165. Known unofficially as the Cessna Airmaster, the four-place monoplane saved Clyde Cessna’s company. (Textron Aviation)
Our apologies for any confusion this may have caused.