N172RW – Cessna Skyhawk (172N)

N172RW is an excellent, well-maintained aircraft for your training or travel needs.

General Information

Hourly Rate (Wet):


160 hp
Fuel Capacity:
40 gal
Useful Load:

874 lbs

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Aircraft Description

N172RW is an excellent, well-maintained aircraft for your training or travel needs. New, clean panel with dimmable LED lighting on instruments, digital fuel gages, EDM 900 digital primary instrument for engine and fuel flow gauges, digital voltmeter/ ammeter, adjustable pilot and copilot seats, fire extinguisher, four point seat belts/ shoulder harnesses with inertia reel, upgraded cabin vents, USB Power Supply. TIS Traffic displayed on GTN-650. Bluetooth link allows flight plan uploads and downloads to/ from iPad and GTN-650. Two Axis Autopilot with Electronic Stability Protection. Door Steward door closers allow doors to stay open when needed and close easily. Upgraded upholstery. Rosen visors. AVIONICS – GTN-650 GPS/NAV/COMM, Dual G5 PFD and HSI (as well as standard vacuum A/I and DG), New Garmin GNC-255 Digital Navcomm with station database and ability to monitor 2nd frequency, GTX-335 ADS-B (Out) Transponder, Flightstream 210 Bluetooth Link, PMA 8000BT Bluetooth Stereo Audio Panel with 4-place intercomm and music inputs (bluetooth allows you and your passengers to listen to music and you can even make hands free-phone calls. GFC500 Autopilot with Electronic Stability Protection. Aircraft Documents

Checkout Requirements

Student Pilot or Higher Certificate
Satisfactory Checkout with an Authorized Club Instructor

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