Aircraft


1999 Cessna 182 Skylane

The venerable Cessna 182 Skylane is a great training aircraft that provides a very stable and forgiving platform to learn how to fly in. This airplane is a great option for the private and instrument courses. Integrated with a G750 to enhance all your flight, navigation, and system data. This combination of aircraft stability and advanced avionics will help enhance your situational awareness as well as aeronautical decision making. Powered by a Lycoming 230 horsepower engine you can expect a cruising speed of around 140 knots and a useful load of over 1,100 pounds.

Performance Data

  • Horsepower: 230
  • Gross Weight: 2800 lbs
  • Top Speed: 148 kts
  • Empty Weight: 1620 lbs
  • Cruise Speed: 141 kts
  • Fuel Capacity: 88 gal
  • Stall Speed (dirty): 48 kts
  • Range: 550 nm
  • Rate Of Climb: 980 fpm
  • Ceiling: 18900 ft

Takeoff

  • Ground Roll: 625 ft
  • Over 50 ft obstacle: 1205 ft

Landing

  • Ground Roll 590 ft
  • Over 50 ft obstacle: 1350 ft

1979 Cessna Turbo 182 RG Skylane II

The Turbo 182 skylane RG is our latest addition to the fleet! It’s a beautiful airplane with less than 2,000 hours of total time. Transitioning from the fixed gear 182 into the retractable gear 182 could not be any easier and will help save you time and money while you transition into a complex aircraft during the commercial phase of your training. With a turbo charged Lycoming engine producing 235 horsepower this Skylane at altitude will cruise at speeds up to 190 knots which makes it a great candidate for long cross country trips.

Performance Data

  • Horsepower: 235
  • Gross Weight: 3100 lbs.
  • Top Speed: 187 kts
  • Empty Weight: 1846 lbs.
  • Cruise Speed: 173 kts
  • Fuel Capacity: 92 gal
  • Stall Speed (dirty): 50 kts
  • Range: 845 nm
  • Rate Of Climb: 1040 fpm
  • Ceiling: 20000 ft

Takeoff

  • Ground Roll: 820 ft
  • Over 50 ft obstacle: 1570 ft

Landing

  • Ground Roll 600 ft
  • Over 50 ft obstacle: 1320 ft

1975 Cessna 172M

Our Cessna 172M is a great aircraft to learn how to fly in. It’s an extremely forgiving, fun and safe airplane to fly. Powered by a Lycoming O-320, which produces 150HP, this 172M model burns an average of 6 gallons per hour, which makes it an excellent choice while training on a budget. This Cessna is also equipped with a Garmin 300 and is ready to tackle your aviation needs.

Performance Data

  • Horsepower: 150
  • Gross Weight: 2300 lbs
  • Top Speed: 122 kts
  • Empty Weight: 1335 lbs
  • Cruise Speed: 115 kts
  • Fuel Capacity: 42 gal
  • Stall Speed (dirty): 44 kts
  • Range: 435 nm
  • Rate Of Climb: 645 fpm
  • Ceiling: 13100 ft

Takeoff

  • Ground Roll: 865 ft
  • Over 50 ft obstacle: 1525 ft

Landing

  • Ground Roll 520 ft
  • Over 50 ft obstacle: 1250 ft

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