Used Aircraft Guide

September 2016 Issue

Cessna 206 Stationair

With impressive useful load, Cessna’s utility hauler is at home in the bush or at the busiest airports.

Cessna’s biggest fixed-gear piston single is really three models, though all are essentially the same airframe. It was originally introduced in 1963 as the 205, a fixed-gear 210, technically known as the 210-5. It had two doors up front and a relatively small rear door on the left side. The engine was a 260-HP Continental IO-470. This airplane was a fixed-gear version of the recently revamped 210; it was produced for two years, with 577 delivered.

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