CESSNA 172 SP – OK-RTR
PILOT TRAINING – TIME BUILDING – SIGHTSEEING FLIGHTS – AIR TRANSPORT
|Type of aircraft||CESSNA 172SP|
|Year of production||2007|
|Speed||124 knots (230 km/h, 143 mph)|
|Crew||1 pilot, 3 pax|
|Operation range||950 km (4,2 h)|
|Reach||14 000 ft|
|Engine rating||180 hp|
Equipment of the aircraft
|VFR/IFR/NIGHT, Garmin 1000, Autopilot GFC 700, every 28 days update of Garmin 1000 (Jeppesen), DME, ADF, Stormscope, ELT, Transponder S mode.|
|Cessna 172SP – Pilot’s operating handbook
Pilot’s guide for Cessna
Our aircraft Cessna 172 is a four-seat, single engine, high wing aircraft. The engine is Lycoming with horsepower rating 160 HP. A propeller is fixed. This aircraft has certification for flights VFR (Visual flight rules) and IFR (Instrument flight rules). Aviation equipment is Garmin 1000 with integrated autopilot GFC700. The standard configuration is extended by DME, ADF and Stormscope and aircraft can be used also for IFR training. Garmin 1000 database is updated regularly every 28 days (Jeppesen).
Thanks to its great flight characteristics and high flight safety the aircraft Cessna 172 is excellent for pilot training, sightseeing flights and other aerial works.
The plane OK-RTR is almost new with great interior and exterior.
The Cessna 172 is the most successful aircraft in history. Cessna delivered the first production models in 1956 made by the Cessna Aircraft Company. Cessna, and its partners, had built more than 43,000. Cessna 172 offers above-average flight characteristics, particularly high flight safety and exceptional piloting ease. For these reasons, it has become one of the most abundant types of aircraft used around the world.