The Cessna Stationair or 206 is larger and faster than its little brother, the 172. It’s also able to carry much more weight. When you get the fuel-injected 300 horsepower engine humming, the Stationair is able to cruise at up to 160-170 kts and it only burns about 15 gallons of fuel an hour, making it perfect for long ranges – up to 700-900 miles, depending on weight and cruise settings. With seating for up to six people, the Cessna Stationair 206 our most popular aircraft for travelers wanting to fly to the Bahamas or Key West.
That’s only a few of the many reasons why you’ll love training in and flying this exceptional machine. That’s also why we’ve made certain we have a top-flight Stationair 206 for you – a 2006 year model, to be exact, featuring the following options:
Garmin G1000® glass cockpit avionics package
Garmin G1000® Option: SVT (synthetic vision technology)
GPS with WAAS
Garmin GTX 330 with TIS (traffic information services)