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Manufacturer Cessna Aircraft Type 206 Turbo Stationair Base Aircraft Price (USD) $745,000 *
Max Cruise Speed (ktas) 161 Max Range (nm) 703 Total Seats 6
Cockpit 2 Standard Cabin Seats 4 Flight Deck (Base Spec) Garmin G1000 NXi
Flight Rules VFR Certification FAA / EASA OEM Verification Un-Verified

How fast is a Cessna 206 turbo?

Stationair Safety

Performance Stationair Turbo Stationair
Single Pilot Certified Yes Yes
Maximum Cruise Speed 151 ktas (280 km/h) 178 ktas (330 km/h)
Certified Ceiling 15,700 ft (4,785 m) 27,000 ft (8,230 m)
Airport Performance

Is Cessna 206 high performance?

The Cessna 206 has a reputation as being the SUV of general aviation airplanes. The high performance engine combined with the rugged construction and spring-steel landing gear make this airplane a great choice for many operators including aerial photography, surveillance, passenger transport, cargo, and skydiving.

Is a c206 a turboprop?

Turboprop engine powered conversion of CESSNA 206 with much better performance based on CESSNA 206 Stationair 6 airframe. Powerplant: 1 x 420 SHP Allison 250-C20S turboprop engine with 3 blade propeller.

What is the range of a Cessna 206?

840.1 mi

How fast is Cessna 172?

188 mph
Cessna 172/Top speed
How fast does the Cessna fly? The cruising speed of a Cessna 172 Skyhawk is 122 knots with a maximum speed of 163 knots. This equates to a 226 km/h cruising ground speed with a maximum of 302km/h.

Does Cessna still make the 206?

The six-seat Model 206 was introduced as a 1964 model and was built until 1986, when Cessna halted production of its single-engined product line. It was then re-introduced in 1998 and remains in production.

How much does a Cessna 206 cost?

Depending on numerous factors, the average price for a pre-owned CESSNA 206H is $353,000.00. A $176,500.00 loan over 120 months including $735.42 per month in interest equates to a $8,850.37 per-period payment.

Is there a pressurized Cessna 206?

Though the pressurized versions of the Stationair did not make the cut for the new production schedule, an audience built over more than forty years of service quickly applauded the return of both the normally aspirated and turbocharged C-206.

How much fuel does a Cessna 206 burn per hour?

Cessna 206 Stationair Performance. Top cruise speeds will run in the 145-knot area while burning 17 gallons per hour or more. Throttling back to a leisurely 135 knots cuts gas consumption to a more reasonable 13 GPH.

How high did the T206 fly on takeoff?

Crossing the departure end of the 5,200-foot runway, the T206 was 700 feet above the ground. Rates of climb like this are typically seen only in high-powered twins. Likewise, the 34 gallons per hour that the turbocharged Lycoming consumes on takeoff would be more typical of a twin.

Is the Cessna 206 a sport airplane?

Overall, the handling of the 206 is not going to be mistaken for that of a sport airplane. It is fairly truck-like and has ponderous yaw stability at low airspeeds. A yaw damper would be a nice option in this airplane.

Is there a problem with engine cooling in a Cessna 206?

Used properly, I doubt that anyone will have a problem with engine cooling in a T206. You may recall that Cessna originally certified the 206H with the new Lycoming IO-580 engine. Those plans were scrapped when the engine failed to meet the requirements of a 500-hour endurance test.

Is Cessna’s Stationair two-faced?

Typically, if someone is described as two-faced, it’s a derogatory remark. In the case of an airplane, though, it can be a huge compliment. Such is the case with Cessna’s new T206 Turbo Stationair. By the time the throttle reached the firewall on the first takeoff, I knew this was not going to be like the last few turbocharged singles I had flown.