The Cessna Stationair it’s the flexible, four-seat, single-engine aircraft, used in commercial air operations and also for personal use.
The Stationair family (Super Skywagon, Skywagon, Skylane and Super Skylane) was originally built up from the popular retractable-gear Cessna 210.

  • 1998 - 2010 Cessna Stationair 206
  • Year:
    1998- 2010
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    Lycoming IO-540-AC1A5
  • Top Speed:
    173 mph
  • Price:
    525,500

“The sport-utility vehicle of the air”, as Cessna describes it, is a blend of a powerful engine, rugged construction and a large cabin, being in the same time a popular bush airplane.
Stationair Aircrafts can also be equipped with floats and skis, or optionally they can be fitted with luxury appointments for use as a personal air transport.

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Climbing at speeds approaching 988 feet per minute (5.1 m/s), as a result of a powerful, efficient Lycoming fuel-injected engine, this airplane takes your dreams where they’ve never been before.
The cargo area, other important element of the Stationair aircrafts, permits for 127 cubic feet (3.6 m3) of capacity, while the double doors allow for easier loading.
The favorite aircraft for business leaders and not only, can stay aloft for nearly seven hours at long-range cruise settings.
One good reason of being the favorite airplane is that this four seat aircraft has many advantages like:

  • More muscle
  • Better climb
  • Higher altitude
  • Greater speed
  • Legendary payload capacity

The Cessna Stationair Exterior

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Serious function creates serious fun.
An extraordinary blend of speed, capability, range, safety, price and cost of ownership make the customers to give an excellent feedback, all these being said we can affirm that Stationair is endowed with the most refined exterior design.
The large wings offer so many advantages to Stationair, great visibility, stability, sun blocking and also weather protection.
Another feature of the Stationair is the easy access to pilot, passenger and cargo doors. There are still many things to say about function and design.

High-adventure gear

Peace of mind and maneuverability are other characteristics of the exterior design.
A shock-absorbing main landing gear, the steerable nose-wheel design and the hydraulically actuated disc brakes will help Cessna Stationair to have a smooth perfect landing.

Illuminate your path

The lamps have a higher intensity and operate at far less power draw; also the conical camber wing tips add advantages to you ride.

No dry land? No problem

The Stationair has the necessary equipment to handle difficult situations.
Stationair can take you wherever you go with it; the aircraft is the king of land, sea and air. The durable amphibious floats help the landing.

Dimensions Stationair Turbo Stationair
Exterior
Height 9 ft 3 in (2.83 m) 9 ft 3 in (2.83 m)
Length 28 ft 3 in (8.61 m) 28 ft 3 in (8.61 m)
Wingspan 36 ft (10.97 m) 36 ft (10.97 m)

Cessna Stationair Interior


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Cabin air controls

  • Hard, aluminum shell. Sumptuous creamy filling.

Comfort and refinement are the essential characteristics of the Cessna Stationair interior.
The shining interior colors, the deep-contoured leather seats, the cabin air controls, the advanced soundproofing make everyone to have a nice, relaxing trip. That being said, both the pilot and passengers will enjoy the landscapes and also the ride of their lifetime.
So, climb on in and get comfortable.

Cabin Configuration
The four leather seats equipped with AmSafe inflatable seatbelts and shoulder harness will offer you a nice, comfortable air travel.


Interior Highlights

For your flight to be a great one, a 12-volt power converter will keep up some devices that you really need, for example a laptop, which you can use when you cannot enjoy the panorama.
To have a better vision of the landscape with the necessary comfort, the interior of the aircraft has also other important pieces like: on-demand cabin lighting, oxygen (turbo models only), tinted Rosen sun visors , a cup holder console, a floor-mounted chart, all these will make your air trip more relaxing and enjoyable.
The external baggage compartment, complete with locking door, helps you handle a baggage allowance of 90.7 kg, this benefit gives you more adaptability.

Interior Dimensions Stationair Turbo Stationair
Cabin
Height 49.5 in (1.26 m) 49.5 in (1.26 m)
Width 42.5 in (1.08 m) 42.5 in (1.08 m)
Length 10 ft 7 in (3.23 m) 10 ft 7 in (3.23 m)
Standard Seating Capacity 6 6
Baggage Capacity 11 cubic ft (0.3 cubic m) 11 cubic ft (0.3 cubic m)

Cessna Stationair Avionics


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Garmin G1000® glass cockpit

The pilot will enjoy the best technology give by the Garmin G1000 glass cockpit with integrated Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT™). The G1000 also is equipped with a fully integrated transponder, a dual Nav/Comm/WAAS/GPS, two large, 10.4-inch high-resolution active-matrix LCDs, that present the real-time flight-critical data, including traffic information, heading data, digital altitude, topographic data and relative terrain mapping.
And the list is incomplete.

two large, 10.4-inch high-resolution active-matrix LCDs

We have to consider the autopilot controls, the crew alerting, the engine indication and the digital audio panel, all of which will bring the security and the confidence you need to buy this aircraft. Plus, the G1000 is also included in our Caravan models, the 350 Corvalis and 400 Corvalis TT, and the Citation Mustang.

Flight Control System
The Stationair, 350 Corvalis and400 Corvalis TT, and all Skylane and Skyhawk SP models come equipped with the Garmin GFC 700 fully integrated flight control system.
Having some innovative features including overspeed protection, airspeed hold, pich hold and coupled VNAV, Garmin GFC 700 fully integrated flight control system, provides precise lateral and vertical guidance and also maximum safety, reliability on your aircraft. Every element of this state-of-the-art system is designed to offer maximum safety, reliability and situational awareness.

Synthetic Vision

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(SVT)
The weather and the aircraft position is a major problem for many aircrafts.
We can help you see the mountains coming with Garmin’s G1000® Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT™), also available on Cessna Skyhawk, Stationair, 350 Corvalis and 400 Corvalis TT models.
With the Garmin’s G1000® Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT™) you can see the aircraft’s position in real-time 3-D images showing you outstanding situational awareness.
Also you can observe many aspects like: synthetic terrain, flight-path markers, flight hazards and highway-in-the-sky, all on one easy-to-read avionics panel. All these make flying easier and safer.

XM Weather

The XM Weather program includes textual and graphical METARS, NEXRAD radar, TAFs; you will also get others graphical products like: lightning, freezing levels, and TFRs, cloud tops. The XM Satellite automatically sends this useful information, well structured, to your aircraft and continuously update it, to offer you a near real-time picture of meteorological or terrain conditions.

Cessna Stationair Engine


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Lycoming IO-540-AC1A5


Powered by a 300-bhpLycoming IO-540-AC1A5 engine, producing 300 horsepower, climbing at 988 fpm (301 mpm), the Stationair has a max speed of 151 knots (280 km/hr), a 988 fpm (301 mpm) rate of climb and a max cruise speed of 151 ktas (280 km/h) for 773 nautical miles (1,432 km).

Turbo Stationair
Cessna Stationair, powered with 310-horsepower, it is the pilot’s favorite aircraft, climbs to a higher scale with an agile 1,040 feet-per-minute.
The Turbo Stationair full-rated power can be attain at the altitude of 27,000 feet (8,230 m). The more enjoyable flight, only with Stationair, even you prefer to stay at lower altitudes, or you want to climbs to altitudes as high as 27,000 feet.

Stationair Safety


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AMSAFE Aviation Inflatable Restraints

Cessna efforts offer some amenities for pilots like a favorable insurance and the best comfort.
As a Cessna pilot you will feel the confidence and the comfort level, when you will takes the aircraft to the skies.

confidence and the comfort level, when you will takes the aircraft to the skies


Cessna’s classic high-wing design offers many practical advantages including increased visibility, stable flight characteristics, simplified pre-flight check and easy access to passengers and pilots alike.
Every new Cessna Stationair is designed and gifted to offer on the trust that passengers place in you every single flight. The two seats of Skylane are equipped with AMSAFE belts that deploy an airbag within milliseconds of detecting a 16 G-force impact.
You could have a better vision of the landscape and in the same time a comfortable flight, because you have some facilities: on-demand cabin lighting, oxygen (turbo models only), Tinted Rosen sun visors, a floor-mounted chart and cup holder console.
All these make flying safer and easier. So, climb on in and you will get all these!

Specifications

Performance Stationair Turbo Stationair
Single Pilot Certified Yes Yes
Maximum Cruise Speed 151 ktas (280 km/h) 178 ktas (330 km/h)
Certified Ceiling 15,700 ft (4,785 m) 27,000 ft (8,230 m)
Airport Performance
Takeoff Distance 1,860 ft (567 m) 1,743 ft (531 m)
Landing Distance 1,395 ft (425 m) 1,395 ft (425 m)
Rate of Climb at Sea Level 989 fpm (301 mpm) 1,051 fpm (320 mpm)
Range 690 nm (1,278 km) 630 nm (1,167 km)
Maximum Weights Stationair Turbo Stationair
Ramp Weight 3,614 lb (1,639 kg) 3,617 lb (1,641 kg)
Takeoff Weight 3,600 lb (1,633 kg) 3,600 lb (1,633 kg)
Landing Weight 3,600 lb (1,633 kg) 3,600 lb (1,633 kg)
Zero Fuel Weight N/A lb (N/A kg) N/A lb (N/A kg)
Usable Fuel Capacity 522 lb (237 kg) 522 lb (237 kg)
Typically-Equipped Empty Weight 2,241 lb (1,017 kg) 2,349 lb (1,065 kg)
Useful Load 1,373 lb (623 kg) 1,268 lb (575 kg)
Maximum Payload 1,359 lb (616 kg) 1,251 lb (567 kg)
Full-Fuel Payload 851 lb (386 kg) 746 lb (338 kg)
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Specifications:

Powerplant Stationair Turbo Stationair
Manufacturer Textron Lycoming Textron Lycoming
Model (Number) IO-540-AC1A5 (1) TIO-540-AJ1A (1)
Time Between Overhauls 2,000 hr 2,000 hr

Stationair Price is $525,500

Turbo Stationair Price is $565,500

Operating Costs Stationair Turbo Stationair
Cost per Mile $1.22 $1.28
Cost per Hour $150 $182
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