N756RA – Cessna Skylane (182RG)
Cessna Skylane N756RA is the best equipped, most cost effective cross country aircraft in the Plus One Flyers fleet!
GENERAL INFORMATION
Hourly Rate (Wet): $265.00/hr
Horsepower: 235 hp
Fuel Capacity: 80 gal
Useful Load: 1195 lbs
Tiedown Spot: Hangar 2EE

* Data updated from Schedule Master daily.

Owner Information
Tom Reid | (858) 336-6020
Shop Information
Aeromechanix | (619) 888-9550
AIRCRAFT DESCRIPTION

Cessna Skylane N756RA is the best equipped, most cost effective cross country aircraft in the Plus One Flyers fleet!

N756RA is an exceptional cross-country flyer with a true airspeed of 160+ KTAS, and 1189 pounds of useful load.  Our new baby is a 1979 CR182, a four-seat, 235-hp, retractable gear, normally-aspirated, single-engine piston aircraft with an amazing array of avionics and redundant systems, including the Garmin G500 primary flight display, Garmin GTN750, two Garmin G5 back-up EFIS (one on left side [STC’d] and one on right side [non-STC’d] and both have a 4-hour battery backup), Garmin GTX 345 transponder with Flightstream, Garmin GMA340 audio panel, S-TEC 55X auto-pilot with altitude preselect, EDM 900 primary flight instrument & digital engine monitor, back-up Airspeed Indicator, electric Turn Coordinator, analog TACH, analog MAP, and a four-place intercom.  Bring your IPAD with ForeFlight or Garmin software and connect to the GTN750 via Flightstream, and receive ADSB weather, traffic, synthetic vision, and enter and revise your flight plans with ease.  N756RA has all new paint, upholstery and carpet along with BAS inertia reel four-point shoulder harnesses for the pilot and co-pilot.  Come fly the safest, best looking, most technically advanced aircraft in the club.  Be prepared to fend off crowds of admirers on the ramp! 

Check out is easy! Private Pilot minimum is 150 total hours, with 25 hours complex. In lieu of 25 hours retractable time, 10 hours dual in 6RA will meet insurance requirements. 

Checkout:  Please download the checkout requirements and safety quiz from the link below.  This is a ‘79 model with wet wings.  

Additional Documents: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hm22wnf9wkvhuf6/AAB-lBhfbcj_PFwoKIX0Tr-ka?dl=0

Checkout & Documents

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