N5150D – Cessna Skyhawk (172N)

General Information

Hourly Rate (Wet):

$135.00/hr

Horsepower:
160 hp
Fuel Capacity:
40 gal
Useful Load:

818 lbs

Tiedown Spot:
13
Member Ratings
Overall Rating:
4.1/5
Exterior Appearance:
4.1/5
Interior Appearance:
4.1/5
Avionics:
4.3/5

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Aircraft Description

Great flying  172N with lots of climbing power. Two flush mounted Garmin G5’s with a backup vacuum A/I, PS Engineering KMA 8000BT Stereo Audio Panel with 4-place intercomm and music inputs, EDM 830 engine monitor w/fuel flow, oil pressure and oil temperature, Garmin GTN650Xi w/traffic, Garmin GTX345 w/ADSB in/out, and Flight Stream 210 to pair up to your favorite mobile device. Well maintained aircraft with regular GPS updates. New, clean panel with dimmable LED lighting on instruments and a complete new interior.

Features:

  • Garmin 650Xi IFR Certified GPS
  • Flight Stream 210 Bluetooth Link
  • Dual G5’s w/HSI
  • Backup vacum A/I
  • Garmin ADS-B GTX-345 (In/Out)
  • EDM 730 Engine Monitor with Fuel Flow, oil pressure and oil temp
  • Digital Tachometer
  • Digital Clock w/OAT, Voltmeter, Timer and Accelerometer
  • King KX155 COM2 radio/NAV 2
  • PS Engineering KMA 8000BT Audio Panel – Bluetooth Link
  • King KN64 DME
  • Dual glideslope receivers

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Checkout Requirements

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

Avionics Documents

NAV/COM1:
NAV/COM2:
Transponder:
Autopilot:
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PFD:
MFD:
Engine Monitor:

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