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Cessna 207

Cessna 207
The Model 207 was a seven- and later eight-seat development of the 206, achieved by stretching the design further by 45 inches (114 cm)[5] to allow space for more seats.

The nose section was extended 18 inches (46 cm) by adding a constant-section nose baggage compartment between the passenger compartment and the engine firewall; the aft section was extended by 27 inches (69 cm) by inserting a constant-area section in the fuselage area just aft of the aft wing attach point
The 207 was introduced as a 1969 model featuring a Continental IO-520-F engine of 300 hp (220 kW).

A turbocharged version was equipped with a TSIO-520-G of the same output. The 207 added a seat in 1980 and was then known as the “Stationair 8”. Production of the 207 was completed in 1984, just two years before U206 production halted. A total of 626 Cessna 207s were manufactured.


EXTERIOR:

Exterior Height: 9 ft 7 in
Wing Span: 35 ft 10 in
Length: 32 ft 2 in

INTERIOR:

Wing Area: 16.2 m² 174 ft²

OCCUPANCY:

Crew: 1
Passengers: 5

OPERATING WEIGHT:

Max T/O Weight: 3600 Lb
Operating Weight: 2522 Lb
Empty Weight: 2172 Lb
Fuel Capacity: 534 Lb
Payload Useful: 1628 Lb
Payload W/Full Fuel: 556 Lb
Max Payload: 1078 Lb

RANGE:

Service Ceiling: 13300 ft

DISTANCE:

Takeoff Distance: 1100 ft
Balanced Field Length: 2100 ft
Landing Distance: 2358 ft

PERFORMANCE:

Rate of Climb: 950 fpm
Max Speed: 161 kts
Normal Cruise: 149 kts
Cost per Hour: $ 222.76

POWER PLANT

Engines: 1
Engine Mfg: Continental
Engine Model: IO-520-F
















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