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Cessna 310 R

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This Cessna 310 R offers a low cost entry into the performance twin market. N310GG has just come off annual and is ready to fly away. This aircraft is smooth in operation and is an absolute joy to fly. Fitted with a Garmin GNS 430 and Garmin Mode ’S’ just jump in and go !

The 310 was Cessna’s first post-WW2 twin-engined production aircraft, deliveries commencing late in 1954. Apart from its sleek lines, the 310 uniquely carried its fuel in wingtip tanks.

The 310C of 1959 was the first major upgrade, being fitted with more powerful 260 hp engines. The swept fin was introduced in the 310D of 1960, and an extra cabin window was added in the 310F.

The 310Q, and the 320 Skynight, were turbocharged developments, the 320 being produced between 1961 and 1969 until replaced by the Turbo 310.

The 310 sports a 6 seat configuration in original green Cessna Valour

Cessna Standard White with Red Coachwork

Garmin Gns 430
Garmin 330 Mode S
King 196 2nd Nav Com

Also De icing as standard

The final variant, the 310R, was identifiable by its lengthened nose. Production ended in 1980. A total 310 and 320 production was 6013 aircraft, of which 575 were 320s and 196 were for the US military.

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Cessna 310 R,II performance and specifications

Horsepower: 285 Gross Weight: 5500 lbs
Top Speed: 207 kts Empty Weight: 3603 lbs
Cruise Speed: 194 kts Fuel Capacity: 102.00 gal
Stall Speed (dirty): 70 kts Range: 661 nm
Takeoff Landing
Ground Roll: 1335 ft Ground Roll 640 ft
Over 50 ft obstacle: 1700 ft Over 50 ft obstacle: 1790 ft
Rate Of Climb: 1662 fpm Rate of Climb (One Engine): 370 fpm
Ceiling: 19750 ft Ceiling (One Engine): 7400 ft


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