General information about the Cessna 310 and Cessna 320 series
The Cessna 310 and the Cessna 320 are twin-engine light aircraft of the US manufacturer Cessna. The first flight was completed on 3 January 1953. The market entry took place in the same year. From 1954 to 1980, a total of 6,321 copies of the Cessna 310 and 320 were built. First, the Cessna 310 was presented on the aircraft market. This is the first twin-engine machine presented by Cessna after World War II. Many of the aircraft are still in use today. The military machine is called Blue Canoe and bears the name U3A / B. The Cessna 320 is also marketed as Skynight. This model was developed from the Cessna 310F. It has one more seat and benefits from an additional cabin window. In addition, the takeoff weight was increased and turbocharged engines installed. From the Cessna 320 were built in the period from 1961 to 1969, a total of 577 pieces. In military terms, the machines are used by, among others, France, Mexico, the United States, Indonesia, Argentina and Peru.
Technical data for the Cessna 310 and Cessna 320 series
The following specifications refer to the Cessna 310R. The machine can carry one pilot and a maximum of five passengers. The Cessna 310 is 9.74 meters long and 3.25 meters high. The span is 11.25 meters, with a wing area of 16.63 square meters. The empty weight is 1,508 kilograms, the payload is 982 kilograms. This results in a maximum takeoff weight of 2,490 kilograms. The Cessna 310 has a cruising speed of 348 kilometers per hour, with the maximum speed of 361 kilometers per hour. The tank reach is 2,150 kilograms and the maximal service ceiling is 6,019 meters. The Cessna 310 is powered by two 6-cylinder boxer engines of the Continental IO-520 class, each with a power of 210 kilowatts.
Products and services for the Cessna 310 and Cessna 320 series
With us you always get first-hand service. Our experts are also passionate pilots and know exactly what aviation is all about. We are happy to carry out a maintenance on your machine. In addition, we also offer test flights, avionics inspections, or maintenance. In the event of an unexpected gust, or the like, damage to your Cessna 310 can easily occur. Therefore, we also carry out repairs. In our own aircraft, we can understand the desire for individual design very well. Therefore, we also respond to special requests, talk to you and gladly. For all work and services, we pay close attention to compliance with the laws of EASA. True to our motto: Fly Legal!