This Skyhawk is equipped with a KLN 94 color GPS, King KMD-550 multi-function display, and KAP 140 autopilot. Since there are two standard gauge Skyhawks ready to go on the flight line, you won’t have to worry about aircraft availability.
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The Cessna 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 information herein applies to the Skyhawk SP (Model 172S).
The Model 172S is certified to the requirements of U.S. FAA Federal Aviation Regulation Part 23 through amendment 23-6, including day, night, VFR and IFR.
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.|