The Cessna 310D is a four seat, low-wing, twin piston engine aircraft with a conventional tail produced by Cessna in 1960 with 268 produced. Distinguishing features are: retractable landing gear, constant-speed propellers. The 310D seats up to 3 passengers and 1 pilot.
Wing span: 36 ft 11 in
Length: 29 ft 6 in
Height: 9 ft 11 in
Horsepower: 260 hp
Overhaul (HT): 1500 TBO or 12 years
|Horsepower: 260.00||Gross Weight: 4,830|
|Top Speed: 191||Empty Weight: 2,850|
|Cruise Speed: 178||Fuel Capacity: 102|
|Stall Speed (dirty): 71||Range: 640|
|Rate of Climb: 1,700||Rate of Climb (One Engine): 415|
|Service Ceiling: 19,500||Ceiling (One Engine): 7,700|
|Ground Roll: 1,120||Ground Roll 1,285|
|Takeoff Roll Over 50 ft: 1,375||Landing Roll Over 50 ft: 1,710|
The 1960 Cessna 310D was equipped with the Continental IO-470-D 260 hp fuel-injected engine and a Maximum take-off weight of 4,830 lbs. This model also had the rounded nose and ‘tuna' style wingtip fuel tanks just as the Cessna 310C.. The 1960 model was the first year for the swept-back vertical stabilizer, as they were doing across the fleet, and individual seats. A total of 268 were built in the 1960 model year.