General information about the Cessna 210 Centurion
The Centurion, also Cessna 210, is a single-engine cruiser of the same name US manufacturer Cessna. The equipped with a retractable landing gear had its first flight in January 1957. In the same year followed the market entry. In the period from 1959 to 1985, more than 9,250 pieces were produced. The aircraft was equipped as standard with a naturally aspirated engine. The Turbo Centurion and the Turbo Centurion II have a pressurized cabin. The Turbo-Centurion II differs from the other models only by other avionics equipment. Since 1993, a turbine conversion is offered. These machines have a power increase of 45%, a lower start roll distance and a higher, maximum cruising speed. This version is also known as the Cessna 210 Silver Eagle. Even militarily, the model is used by many countries. Among them are, for example:
Technical data for Centurion
The plane is designed for one crew member and up to five passengers. The length is 8.59 meters and the height is 2.87 meters. The Centurion has a wingspan of 11.20 meters and a wing area of 16.25 square meters. The empty weight is 1,046 kilograms and the maximum takeoff weight is 1,723 kilograms. The Centurion achieves a top speed of 325 kilometers per hour and has a climb rate of 290 meters per minute. The maximal service ceiling is at 5,275 meters.
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