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Cessna 210 Series Aircraft Information
First flown in January 1957 and produced by Cessna until 1985, the Cessna 210 Series Centurion is a six-seat, high performance, retractable gear, single engine aircraft. The 210 has the capacity for one crew member and five passengers. The empty weight is 2303 lb (1045kg) and the max takeoff weight is 4000lb (1814 kg). Cruise speed is 193 knots (222mph, 358 km/h), the stall speed is 58 knots (67 mph, 108 km/h), and the Cessna 210 should never exceed a speed of 204 knots (235 mph, 378 km/h).
Between 1957 and 1985, 9240 Cessna 210s were built. Various models of the 210 include the Cessna Pressurized 210 series, and the Cessna Turbo 210 series. Sub-variants include the following: 210 Centurion, 210A, 210B, 210C, 210D Centurion, 210E Centurion, 210F Centurion/Turbo Centurion, 210G Centurion/Turbo Centurion, 210H Centurion/Turbo Centurion, 210J Centurion/Turbo Centurion, 210K Centurion/Turbo Centurion, Cessna 210L Centurion/Turbo Centurion, 210M Centurion/Turbo Centurion, 210N Centurion/Turbo Centurion, 210R Centurion/Turbo Centurion, P210, P210N Pressurized Centurion, P210R Pressurized Centurion, Cessna T210, T210F, T210G, T210H, T210J, Cessna T210L, T210M, Cessna T210N, T210R and the Riley Turbine P210. The versions produced in the greatest quantity were the 210N, T210N (turbocharged), and P210N (pressurized). The T210R and P210R are the rarest and most expensive variants and were produced only in small quantities from 1985-1986.
Retractable landing gear, swept tail, and a new wing were added to the 182B Skylane to develop the 210. Early 210 models had four seats with a Continental IO-470 engine of 260 hp. The fuselage and wing were designed in 1961. This gave the Cessna 210 a wider and deeper fuselage, and a third side window was added. To allow for a lower landing speed, the wing planform remained unchanged, but the semi-Fowler flaps were extended outboard, from Wing Station 100 to Wing Station 122. The aileron profile was changed and its chord enlarged to compensate for the reduced aileron span. In 1964 the 210D introduced 2 small child seats and a 285hp engine.
A cantilever wing replaced the strut-braced wing on the Cessna 210G in 1967. The first six seat model was the 210K in 1970. The 210 was offered in a normally aspirated version, the model 210, as well as the turbocharged T210 and pressurized P210. The 210N model developed in 1979 eliminated the folding doors which previously covered the two retracted main wheels. Some modifications and optional fittings available for the Cessna 210 include different engine installations, speed brakes, wing tip tanks, STOL kits and gear door modifications.
The aircraft are commonly used in outback Australia for light passenger and cargo charters and aerial survey work. Widely used by flight training schools, air taxi and commercial charter, private operators, and companies the Cessna 210 is a versatile aircraft.
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