With a type certificate issued in the spring of 1954, the 310 was the first twin-engined aircraft that Cessna put into production after WWII. The big, bold twin was emblematic of the time, a model unsullied by a marketing 'name' from a company finding it's technological feet with continually improved and steadily refined products.
A true classic, the 310 proved to be immensely popular with over 6300 produced before production ended in 1981. During that time, the aircraft evolved from a five-seater with pressure-carbureted engines to a high-flying turbocharged six-placer with known icing certification.
1975 saw the debut of the 310R; with three-bladed propellers, a lengthened nose with baggage compartment, 5,300lb takeoff weight and 285 hp IO-520-M engines, the 310R was the most numerous variant produced with 1332 built.

Max Cruise: 195 kts (224 mph, 361 km/h)
Max Range: 1511 nm (2798 km)
Service Ceiling: 19,750 ft (6020 m)
Rate of Climb: 1,662 ft/min (8.4 m/s) 

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