Used Aircraft Guide

February 2017 Issue

Cessna 210 Centurion

A Cessna 210 wonít be cheap to maintain, but it pays back in load hauling, speed and cabin comfort.

A six-seat retractable single can be a logical and compelling. step-up aircraft. Some are as fast as many twins, can carry sizable payloads, can accommodate plenty of modern avionics and generally are straightforward to fly. A single engine avoids a twinís upkeep costs, while most systems (with landing gear being a notable exception) arenít overly complex to work on. So which model do you buy? Despite all the appeal, the market isnít littered with obvious choices.

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