If you leave out some fuel, it can carry six adults, counting the pilot, and if you leave off some more fuel, it can carry a goodly amount of bags on top of that.

That's the story of the 206, getting things done and making money in the process.

Whether carrying commuters from Seattle to the islands, hauling fish in Alaska, transporting patients in the Outback of Australia or delivering food and medical supplies to indigenous people in the mountains of Ecuador, the 206 is a utility airplane in the true sense of the word.

It's not an overstatement to say that it is still in production solely because of its utility.

Like any smart company today, Cessna is not in the business of building products for which there's not a demand. The 206 earns its keep.

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