Cessna

Turbo
Stationair


  • 703 nm

  • 164 ktas

  • 6 people

  • 1,281 lb

  • 1,740 ft
Turbo Stationair Night Sky

Rise above the challenge

The turbocharged muscle of the Turbo Stationair yields shorter takeoff distances, faster climbs, higher altitudes, greater speed, and utilitarian payload capacity for making the best of both work and play. Optional pontoons will turn your Turbo Stationair amphibious as well. Whether you’re bringing your son or daughter home from college, carrying commuters across great lakes, hauling fish in the wilds of Alaska, or saving lives in the Andes, the Turbo Stationair is the strong, quick, agile aircraft that will get you there.

Exterior

The outcome of 50 years of engineering evolution has arrived…

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Interior

Large and comfortable, the Turbo Stationair cabin provides room for six…

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Avionics

An advanced glass flight deck for enhanced safety andintuitive ease of operation…

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Specifications

With more muscle and better climb, you’ll soar higher and faster than ever…

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Exterior

Inspired by the spirit of engineering

Interior

Comfort and quality for six

The same passion that first inspired you to fly is what goes into every inch of the Turbo Stationair’s design, from the deep and wide leather seats to the advanced LED cabin lighting to the panoramic, wrap-around windows. Experience an interior born from Cessna’s commitment to excellence.

Avionics

Pilot-preferred flight intelligence

From takeoff to touchdown, you’ll be smiling

Enhanced situational 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 Turbo Stationair’s flight deck is a proven system that reduces workload with added features and capabilities such as graphical weather radar, electronic charts, Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT™), engine sensor data, autopilot functionality, and more. The G1000 flight deck is standard on our Caravan and Citation Mustang models as well, so your transition between aircraft will be smoother when you upgrade.

Virtual landscapes

Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT™) enhances visual orientation in darkness, fog, haze, rain, or any solid IFR conditions that keep you from seeing clearly. Graphics modeling technology recreates a 3-D virtual rendering of the surrounding landscape on both the PFDs. The resulting picture depicts a dimensional graphic of ground and water, airports, obstacles, and air traffic — all shown relative to the aircraft.

When flying in areas or at altitudes where rising terrain may be an obstacle, Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT™) colorizes the landscape with its terrain-alerting database. This allows you to see clearly and avoid risk easily. Towers and other obstacles that may interfere with the flight path are color-highlighted and clearly displayed with height-appropriate symbology.

Infrared technology

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 and improves vision through smoke and haze. The EVS provides a real-time moving image of the outside environment and illuminates possible hazards.

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 situational awareness is immeasurable.

    Garmin G1000 Avionics Package:
  • GMA-1347 Digital Audio Panel with Marker Beacon/Intercom
  • GTX-33 Transponder-Mode S w-TIS
  • GIA-63W NAV/COM/GPS/WAAS with GS #1 GIA-63W NAV/COM/GPS/WAAS with GS #2 GDU-1044B Primary Flight Display (PFD)
  • GDU-1044B Multifunction Display (MFD)
  • GEA-71 Engine/Airframe Computer
  • GRS-77 AHRS
  • GDC-74A Air Data Computer with OAT Probe
  • GMU-44 Magnetometer
  • Garmin SafeTaxi & FliteCharts
  • GFC-700 Autopilot
  • Go-Around Switch
  • Electric Trim
  • A/P Disconnect
  • Control Wheel Steering Button
  • Electronic Checklists
  • C406-N Three-Frequency Emergency Locator Transmitter
  • Emergency Locator Transmitter Remote Mounted Switch
  • Backup Attitude Gyro, Altimeter and Airspeed Indicator
  • Control Wheel Push-To-Talk Switch-Pilot/Copilot
  • Mic & Phone Jacks-Pilot/Copilot/Passengers
  • Auxiliary Stereo Input Jack
  • Antennas:
  • Marker Beacon Antenna
  • Transponder Antenna
  • VHF/GPS Antenna (2)`
  • XM Antenna
  • NAV Antenna
  • Emergency Locator Transmitter External Antenna
  • Stormscope Antenna
  • Pitot System — Heated
  • Static System
  • Handheld Microphone
  • Alternate Static Source
  • Compass

Specifications

Take on every mission with force

Detailed Specifications

Performance data is based on the standard Turbo Stationair configuration, operating in International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) conditions with zero wind. Takeoff and landing field lengths are based on a level, hard surface and dry runway.

Actual performance will vary with factors such as environmental conditions, aircraft configuration and operational/ATC procedures.

Dimensions

  • Length
  • 28 ft 3 in (8.61 m)
  • Height
  • 9 ft 4 in (2.83 m)
  • Wingspan
  • 36 ft (10.97 m)
    Wing
  • Wing Area

  • 174 sq ft (16 sq m)
    Wheelbase
  • 5 ft 9 in (1.76 m)
    Tread
  • 8 ft 1 in (2.46 m)
    Cabin Interior
  • Height
  • Width
  • Length

  • 50 in (1.26 m)
  • 43 in (1.08 m)
  • 12 ft 1 in (3.68 m)
  • Seating Capacity
  • 6
    Baggage Capacity
  • Weight
  • Volume

  • 180 lb (82 kg)
  • 11 cu ft (0.31 cu m)

Wingspan – 36 ft (10.97 m)

Height
9 ft 4 in (2.83 m)

Length – 28 ft 3 in (8.61 m)

Weights

  • Maximum Ramp Weight
  • 3,617 lb (1,641 kg)
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight
  • 3,600 lb (1,633 kg)
  • Maximum Landing Weight
  • 3,600 lb (1,633 kg)
  • Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
  • N/A lb (N/A kg)
    Usable Fuel Capacity
  • Weight
  • Volume

  • 522 lb (237 kg)
  • 87 gal (329 l)
  • Basic Operating Weight
  • 2,336 lb (1,060 kg)
  • Useful Load
  • 1,281 lb (581 kg)
  • Maximum Payload
  • 1,264 lb (573 kg)
  • Full Fuel Payload
  • 759 lb (344 kg)

Performance

  • Maximum Cruise Speed
  • 164 ktas (304 km/h)
  • Range
  • 703 nm (1,302 km)
Takeoff
  • Takeoff Distance
  • Ground Roll

  • 1,740 ft (530 m)
  • 910 ft (277 m)
Landing
  • Landing Distance
  • Ground Roll

  • 1,395 ft (425 m)
  • 735 ft (224 m)
  • Maximum Operating Altitude
  • 25,000 ft (7,620 m)
  • Maximum Climb Rate
  • 1,050 fpm (320 mpm)
  • Maximum Limit Speed
  • 182 kias (337 km/h)
  • Stall Speed
  • 54 kcas (100 km/h)

Powerplant

With its 310-horsepower turbocharged powerplant, the Turbo Stationair serves up more muscle and better climb, so you can soar at greater speeds in higher altitudes. And not only that, but this phenomenal aircraft also delivers legendary payload capacity and additional safety margins, especially during high-hot operations. Smooth, quick climbs to altitudes as high as 27,000 feet (8,230 m) mean less traffic and terrain, along with more favorable winds. And that translates into faster, safer, more enjoyable flights and improved productivity. Or, if you prefer to stay at lower altitudes, the aircraft remains a model of efficiency. Yet even with such breathtaking performance, you’ll still breathe easy with a standard six-place oxygen system.

  • Turbo Stationair Powerplant
    • Manufacturer: Textron Lycoming
    • Model: (1) TIO-540-AJ1A
    • Power Output: 310 hp
  • Propeller
    • Manufacturer: McCauley
    • Description: 3-blade metal, constant speed