The Cessna 310 was often found in the fleets of many of the “air taxi” charter companies that sprang up in the general aviation boom that followed World War II. The advantages to the Cessna 310 over its contemporaries, such as the Piper Aztec, were its speed and operating costs. It could access short fields while carrying a large load of 2000 lb. or more, at relatively high cruising speeds.
COMFORT & SIZE
The Cessna C310 generally has a club seating arrangement, and up to 5 seats. The aircraft’s quiet noise levels and spacious cabin make it a great choice for charter flights.
– Long cabin
– 5 seat configuration
– Short field landing and take off capability
– Cost effective charter flight choice