N2458M is a 2005 Cessna Skyhawk SP with the revolutionary Garmin G1000 NAV III glass cockpit. The G1000 integrates all primary flight, engine and sensor data to provide intuitive, at-a-glance situational awareness. Real-time, flight-critical information is presented on two big, colorful 10.4-inch active-matrix LCD displays – bringing new levels of safety and confidence to the Skyhawk you’re flying.
Lanier Flight Center has two G1000 Skyhawks so you won’t have to worry about availability. Plus, a checkout in a G1000 aircraft looks especially good on the resume of a pilot working towards flying advanced jets as a career.
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All information herein applies to the Skyhawk SP (Model 172S).
The Skyhawk SP aircraft is an all-metal, single-engine piston, high-wing monoplane with a four-person seating capacity including a crew of one or two. Suitable allowance for luggage is provided.
All estimated performance data are based on airplane weights at 2,550 pounds; standard atmospheric conditions; level, hard-surface, dry runways; and no wind. They are calculated values derived from flight tests conducted by Cessna Aircraft Company under carefully documented conditions and will vary with individual airplanes, pilots, and numerous factors affecting flight performance.
|Cruise (45% power @ 10000′)|
|Cruise (75% power @8500′)|
|Engine: Textron Lycoming IO-360-L2A|
|180 BHP @ 2700 RPM|
|Propeller: 2 blade fixed pitch diameter:||76in.||1.93m|
|Rate of climb (sea level):||730ft/min||223m/min|
|Max at sea level||126kts.||233kph|
|Cruise (75% power @ 8500′)||124kts||230kph|
|Stall Speed, CAS|
|Flaps Up, power off||53kts||98kph|
|Flaps Down, power off||48kts||89kph|
|Total distance over 50′ obstacle||1630ft||497m|
|Total distance over 50′ obstacle||1335′||407m|
|Wing Loading||14.7lb/sq. ft.||71.8kgm/sq. m.|