Cessna 207 - This Is A Great Airplane - Here's A Couple
Things You Should Know About It...
If you are looking to haul more then 6 people and or a lot of stuff, your going to want to make sure you have a look at the Cessna 207. It really an extension of the Cessna 206 and can haul between 7 and 8 people (depending on the version).
IMPORTANT: Over the years many 207's have been modified by the people who have owned them. One of the common modifications is swapping out the gas engine for a turbine one. So make sure you pay attention to the changes on the 207 your looking at as you want to make sure they were done right so you don't end up with a bunch of big bills on your hands.
Here's Two Reasons Why The Cessna 207 Is A Great Airplane...
Reason #1 - The Operating Costs Are Very Reasonable On This Airplane...
The great thing about the Cessna 207 is that you are only flying with one engine. If you are looking for the safety of 2 engines, then this is not your bird. But if you are okay with flying a plane like this that only has one engine, then your in luck as you will be saving some cash.
When I say that the operating costs are very reasonable, I am saying that in relation to the other 7-8 seaters on the market that are twin engine's. Dollar for dollar your going to be saving money on the fuel burn and direct operating costs by not having that other engine to have to worry about.
And if you can make the numbers work in terms of the range/cruise speed offset of the twin you would otherwise get - you should be saving some serious money over the life of the 207 that you buy.
Reason #2 - They Are Very Useable..
The great thing about the 207 is the fact that they are made by Cessna and Cessna has thought through pretty much everything when it comes to this airplane. If you want to haul a lot of people you can carry around 7-8 people (depending on the model) and they are going to have a good amount of room as well.
Then if you want to make room for more cargo space, you can do that as well as you can reconfigure the seats somewhat. Not only that, you have the big cargo door to work with to get your stuff in and out with ease.
The other great thing about the 207 is the fact that you can get it in and out of pretty tight places. The ground roll take off distance you are going to need (assuming no mountain is in front of you) is going to be around 1,100 feet.(1) But your going to want to obviously double check the POH and density altitude when you do go into tight situations.
That said, this is a great high wing Cessna that has been built to work and should give you a lot of years of happiness.
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