General information about the Cessna 206
The Cessna 206 belongs to a series of single-engine light aircraft. The model series was manufactured by the US company Cessna. The machine had its first flight in 1962. In the same year followed by the approval by the FAA. More than 7,800 copies of the Cessna 205 and Cessna 206 were built. The aircraft was constructed from its predecessor, the Cessna 210. The machine has a fixed chassis and was originally designed for commercial use. Nevertheless, she is also gladly used by private pilots. It benefits from powerful engines, a sturdy construction and a large cabin. The model is often used by described characteristics by bush pilots. The machine can also be equipped with floats or skis, making it suitable for use on water and ice. The Cessna 206 was first introduced in 1964 and built until 1986. Construction was resumed in 1998 and will be produced until 2004. Unlike the 205 series, the Cessna 206 has more powerful engines with longer control intervals. As a result, the operating costs lowered considerably. The company offers three different cabin options. These range from luxurious to robust. In the period from 1964 to 2004, a total of 6,581 copies of the Cessna 206 were produced. From the model further versions were developed. The Cessna U206 is powered by a 210 kilowatt engine and is mainly used as a commercial aircraft. In common usage, this is also referred to as Super Skywagon. From 1970 Cessna changed this name to Stationair. The use of larger doors allowed the transport of large and bulky goods. The TU206 was introduced for flying at higher altitudes. The Cessna P206 is primarily considered a passenger plane. She was later named Super Skylane, but this is not due to a connection to the Cessna 182 Syklane. The Cessna 206H was first produced in 1998 and marketed as Stationair and is very similar to the U206. Militarily, this model series is used as well. Users include countries such as Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Mexico, India or Israel.
Technical data for the Cessna 206
The following data refer to the Cessna 206H. The machine has space for one pilot and up to five passengers. It has a length of 8.61 meters and is 2.83 meters high. The span is 10.97 meters and the wing area is 16.2 square meters. The maximum cruising speed is 276 kilometers per hour and the maximum speed is around 337 kilometers per hour. The Cessna 206 has a maximal service ceiling of 4,785 meters and a range of 1,335 kilometers. The aircraft has a empty weight of 1,022 kilograms and a maximum star weight of 1,633 kilograms. The maximum take-off mass here is equal to the maximum land mass. The aircraft is powered by a Lycoming IO-540-AC1A5 piston engine with 224 kilowatts of power.
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