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Cessna 206 Stationair

5,073 Timplanes  2.0 years ago

Cessna 206 Stationair (WIP)

This build is still a work in progress because I still have a bunch of work to do on the interior. This aircraft is most closely based on Cessna’s most recent version of the Stationair, the Turbo Stationair HD.

Wiki:
The Cessna 205, 206, and 207, known primarily as the Stationair are a family of single-engined, general aviation aircraft with fixed landing gear, used in commercial air service as well as for personal use.
The line's combination of a powerful engine, rugged construction and a large cabin has made these aircraft popular bush planes. Cessna describes the 206 as "the sport-utility vehicle of the air." These airplanes are also used for aerial photography, skydiving and other utility purposes. They can also be equipped with floats, amphibious floats and skis. Alternatively, they can be fitted with luxury appointments for use as a personal air transport.

Features Included:
  • Real paint scheme
  • Semi-Realistic Suspension for all wheels
  • Automatic Cowl flaps
  • Landing, Beacon, Strobe, and Position Lights
  • Nearly Realistic Dimensions and Weight
Controls:

Pitch, Yaw, Roll, Throttle: Normal
Flaps: VTOL Down
Nav/Position Lights: AG2
Strobe Lights: AG3
Landing Lights: AG4
Nose Wheel Steering: AG8

Features Coming?
  • Cockpit including a Garmin avionics system along with custom gauges and controls (no autopilot planned yet)
  • Startup Sequence and control over more parts of the aircraft
  • More realistic control surfaces and Opening doors
  • New paint scheme
  • Variants with float-plane fittings, bush tires, and cargo pack (maybe)
  • Funkier Trees
Another Screenshot

Real aircraft this is based off of: (minus the cargo pack)

03/19/2022

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General Characteristics

  • Successors 3 airplane(s) +21 bonus
  • Created On iOS
  • Wingspan 37.2ft (11.3m)
  • Length 29.5ft (9.0m)
  • Height 9.7ft (3.0m)
  • Empty Weight 2,110lbs (957kg)
  • Loaded Weight 3,213lbs (1,457kg)

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.124
  • Wing Loading 14.4lbs/ft2 (70.1kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 223.9ft2 (20.8m2)
  • Drag Points 1863

Parts

  • Number of Parts 291
  • Control Surfaces 9
  • Performance Cost 1,096
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    5,073 Timplanes

    @Blueshift thanks! Im surprised to see that people still downloading this plane

    4 months ago
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    Excellent 10/10

    4 months ago
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    11.5k Blueshift

    beauty !!

    4 months ago
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    1,690 florky

    @gamer02 s u re

    11 months ago
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    60 gamer02

    Is it ok if i put an M61 vulcan on it?

    one year ago
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    45.3k PlaneFlightX


    No autopilot planned

    umm... it's 100% possible.

    1.8 years ago
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    I shall make a Flight deck for this plane now, just downloaded it and it's amazing. As someone who has flown PIC in this plane, I say it performs close to a real stationair .

    +2 1.9 years ago
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    5,073 Timplanes

    Thanks @RaendyLeBeau!

    1.9 years ago
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    4,355 LBAereo

    awesome scale! great job mate!

    1.9 years ago
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    4,207 HazerzIsBack

    @Timplanes246 be sure to tag me when your done

    +2 1.9 years ago
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    5,073 Timplanes

    @FRIGGLES I’m about halfway there. The cockpit is mostly functional but I haven’t done the cabin yet. and the part count is at 400 already lol

    +1 1.9 years ago
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    4,207 HazerzIsBack

    @Timplanes246 so. How's the final result coming?
    Also T

    1.9 years ago
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    5,073 Timplanes

    @PlaneFlightX Thanks! I’ll check it out.

    2.0 years ago
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    45.3k PlaneFlightX

    If you are wondering how to use the variables system to make a startup sequence (as well as other things), I have made several tutorials on this.

    +1 2.0 years ago
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    8,962 T8flight

    this is great.

    2.0 years ago
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    4,207 HazerzIsBack

    @Timplanes246 variable system.

    +1 2.0 years ago
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    5,073 Timplanes

    Hi, would like to thank everyone who upvoted this plane. As mentioned above, this is a work in progress and I was shocked when I checked this post last night. Thanks again! It means a lot to me!

    +2 2.0 years ago
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    5,073 Timplanes

    @FRIGGLES, how do you do a custom engine startup? Is it a sequence of activation groups or something else?

    +1 2.0 years ago
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    5,073 Timplanes

    Thank you @SilverStar!

    2.0 years ago
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    1,144 F1849

    Amazing maybe after you've built this you could try build a cessna 401

    2.0 years ago
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    14.0k SilverStar

    Very nice ! love it !

    2.0 years ago
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    4,207 HazerzIsBack

    @Timplanes246 it would be cooler if it had a custom engine start up sequence.

    2.0 years ago
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    5,073 Timplanes

    @FRIGGLES Yea, that seems about right. It depends on how complex the cabin will be.

    +1 2.0 years ago
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    4,207 HazerzIsBack

    @Timplanes246 i'm guessing the finished build would be around 375-410.

    2.0 years ago
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    4,207 HazerzIsBack

    @Timplanes246 Impressive. 👏👏👏👏

    2.0 years ago
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