Cessna 310

Sturdy and comfortable, Cessna's smallest twin makes for a good traveler. Recurrent training and commitment to maintenance are musts.

Cessna's first post-World War II twin-engine airplane, the venerable 310 is a logical consideration for anyone looking to step into the world of piston twins. While it doesn't come without some quirks, it's roomy, stable and has cruise speeds that top 200 MPH.
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