1980 Cessna U206G
Garmin G600 PFD
Garmin GMA 345
Garmin GNS 430
E.I. Inc MVP50
GTX 345 Transponder
Prop Make/Model: McCauley D3A34C404
Prop Serial: 841701
Prop Time: 195.2 TSN
The 1980 Cessna U206G is a six-seat, high-winged single-engine aircraft, commonly referred to as the Stationair. It has a length of 28.3 feet, a wingspan of 36 feet, and a height of 9.8 feet. The aircraft has a maximum takeoff weight of 3,800 pounds and can fly at a maximum speed of 174 knots.
It is powered by a Continental IO-520-F engine, which produces 300 horsepower, and has a fuel capacity of 90 gallons. It is equipped with several Garmin avionics including a G600 PFD (Primary Flight Display), GMA 345 audio panel, GNS 430 GPS/NAV/COM, a SL30 NAV/COM, and a GTX 345 transponder with ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) capabilities. These avionics provide pilots with advanced navigation, communication, and situational awareness capabilities. This U206G also features an Artex ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter) and an E.I. Inc MVP50 engine monitoring system which provides pilots with real-time engine data to help them monitor engine performance and detect any issues.
The U206G is a popular aircraft for private owners, businesses, and commercial operators, thanks to its rugged design, versatile performance, and spacious cabin. It is often used for utility and transportation purposes, such as aerial surveying, cargo transport, and passenger flights to remote locations.