N300KZ – Cessna Skyhawk (172C)
300KZ is a fast-climbing, 130kt TAS, fun-flying plane! With 40° of flaps and 180hp you can go up quickly and come back down fast. With upgraded brakes, she will stop fast, also, so please be careful not to flat-spot the tires!
GENERAL INFORMATION
Hourly Rate (Wet): $110.00/hr
Horsepower: 180 hp
Fuel Capacity: 36 gal
Useful Load: 786 lbs

* Data updated from Schedule Master daily.

Owner Information
Frank Jungman | (760) 644-0364
Shop Information
Aeromechanix | (760) 522-8320
Aircraft Status
AIRCRAFT DESCRIPTION

The club’s Hot Rod from 1962, Hannah can climb fast and cruise faster!

With a generous suite of avionics, crystal-clear audio, ADS-B in, touchscreen navigation, and AoA with audio alerts, you will feel like you are in a 2021 model aircraft!

Try out her large, backlit “Playback” button to hear the last transmission from ATC.  No more “say again” when you were too busy.  A conveniently placed “Go Around” button lights up on approach and will load the missed-approach into the navigator when pressed.  No need to fumble through menus at a high-workload moment.  Need to mute that annoying traffic alert voice, there is a nice button that lights up when you have traffic.  Don’t forget to use the JPI EDM-830 to monitor engine temps and it talks to the navigator for predicted fuel range.  Have fun with the fully-loaded AV-30-C hanging out as the backup AI.  Just because it is backup, doesn’t mean you can’t use it!  It has a rich feature set and looks right at home in Hannah’s panel that was hand-painted by a local artist.  The GNC-255A is tied to the navigator so it will show the names for the frequencies you have selected, based-upon where you are.  All the breakers function as switches, so the A/P power is located there.  The red buttons on the yoke are A/P disconnect switches for the STEC-20 autopilot.  Our apologies, but there is NOT a convenient place to mount an iPad, but the navigator will give you terrain, traffic and weather, and it will load your flight plan from your iPad, so there really isn’t a need to keep it in-front of you.

Oh, and speed?  Yeah, she’s got some speed…  With a 180hp engine, speed mods and a fastback (no rear window), she goes faster than a 172 should.  Nice upgraded breaks will slow her down, but that shouldn’t be an issue with 40 degrees of manual flaps to help get her slowed before touchdown.

You’ll find Hannah relaxing in Hangar 309.  Text me for the code to the lockbox.

Enjoy!

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