Cessna 207 Skywagon

The Cessna 207, introduced in 1969, was developed as an extension of its predecessor, the Cessna 206. Featuring a Continental IO-520-F engine, the aircraft later introduced a turbocharged variant, employing a TSIO-520-G with a 300 HP output. The design of the Cessna 207 aimed to accommodate additional seats, achieved by extending the fuselage in the front, aft area, and rear. The Cessna 207 gained popularity as an air taxi, especially for short distances, owing to its enhanced passenger capacity.

Red Box is delighted to present an excellent range of ground power equipment tailored for the Cessna 207 Skywagon aircraft. This includes the highly sought-after 701E electric tug, capable of swiftly and safely moving aircraft up to 2,000 kg / 4,500 lbs, and fully collapsible for compact stowing.

For reliable power, we highly recommend the RB25A start power unit. This unit is well-suited for a diverse range of aircraft and provides 1200A at 12v.

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