Crew: One or two

Capacity: six passengers

Height 50 in (1.26 m)

Width 43 in (1.08 m)

Length 12 ft 1 in (3.68 m)

Range: 703 nmi

The Turbo Stationair Private Aircraft is designed to fit your mission needs. Choose from five different seating options designed for any mission. From the relaxing club seating to the one seat trainer configuration with a clear view of the instrument panel, each cabin configuration allows for maximum flexibility with seat tracks that run the length of the cabin.

cessna  Turbo Stationair
The Turbo Stationair Private Aircraft with the Venture Premium Interior Package you can choose from five spacious cabin arrangements, all fashioned with Light grey sidewalls with dark charcoal accents, punctuated by embossed graphic textures, and jade blue detailing, to create this bold interior. The seat upholstery, in two tone light grey with black bolsters, is covered in highly durable Luxor-Leather.

Turbo Stationair interior
Enhanced situation awareness for pilots means enhanced safety for all.

The leading technology of the Garmin G1000 all-glass avionics suite integrates the functionality and reliability needed to fly with confidence.

The naturally aspirated model was equipped with the Continental IO-520A, and the Turbo model featured the TSIO-520-C, which was rated at 300 hp.

Turbo Stationair inside
The Turbo Stationair’s flight deck is a proven system that reduces workload with added features and capabilities.

It has graphical weather radar, electronic charts, Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT), engine sensor data, autopilot functionality, and more.

Turbo Stationair aircraft
You have the option of showing the EVS feed on the MFD in large format, which is handy during approach.

Once on the ground, the view can be reduced and displayed beside the airport map to support ground navigation.

There is virtually no weight added to the Turbo Stationair with integration of the EVS, and its value in situation awareness is immeasurable.

Interior Turbo Stationair cabin
Graphics modeling technology recreates a 3D virtual rendering of the surrounding landscape on both of the PFDs.

The resulting picture depicts a dimensional graphic of ground and water, airports, obstacles and air traffic all shown relative to the aircraft.

There was much talk about which airplanes would be revived and which would be left to history as Cessna modernized its airplanes and streamlined production.

Turbo Stationair Charter
The optional enhanced vision system (EVS) is a perfect complement to the G1000’s SVT, providing an infrared view outside the cockpit that turns night into day improves vision through smoke and haze.

The EVS provides a real-time moving image of the outside environment and illuminates possible hazards.

It became clear that Cessna was going to restart production of its piston lineup some 15 years ago.

Turbo Stationair Cockpit
Cessna built almost 6,000 206s from 1964 up until the company halted its piston production in 1986.

This is an impressive figure considering that during that time Cessna built tens of thousands of airplanes that competed for customers with the 206.

The Turbo Stationair private aircraft start’s at $700 per hour and up. The Turbo Stationair.


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