Cessna 172SP NAVIII N1107G

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The ideal training platform

 The Skyhawk SP is the ultimate “no surprises” aircraft. Its all-glass Garmin G1000 integrated flight deck and forgiving flight characteristics make it a favorite of students.


  Skyhawk SP
Maximum Cruise Speed 124 ktas
Maximum Range  1 640 nm
Takeoff Distance (S.L., ISA, MTOW)  2 1,630 ft
Ground Roll 960 ft
Landing Distance (S.L., ISA, MLW) 1,335 ft
Ground Roll 575 ft
Maximum Operating Altitude 14,000 ft
Maximum Climb Rate (Sea Level) 730 fpm
VNE 163 kias
Stall Speed 48 kcas

1 45 minute Fuel Reserves, 45% Power @ 12,000 ft.
2 Distance to 50 feet above the runway.


All decked out. Everywhere to go.

Take the controls just once behind the Garmin G1000® glass cockpit, and you’ll never again want to fly any other way. The G1000 also incorporates a fully integrated transponder and dual Nav/Comm/WAAS/GPS equipment. Two large, colorful, 10.4-inch high-resolution active-matrix LCDs gather and present real-time flight-critical data, including traffic information, digital altitude, heading data, and topographic and relative terrain mapping. It also features subscription-based XM WX Satellite Weather™ with XM Satellite Radio®. The avionics suite includes engine indication, crew alerting and a digital audio panel, all of which bring new levels of safety, confidence and just plain fun to the Cessna single-engine line. Plus, the G1000 is also standard on our Caravan and the Citation Mustang models. So should your mission change, your transition between aircraft will be significantly smoother.


The Skyhawk SP harnesses the power of 180 horses to a high-performance McCauley propeller with a polished chrome spinner.

172SP Cessna Skyhawk Weight And Balance Calculator

General Weight and Balance
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The pilot is solely responsible for accurate weight and balance calculation of his aircraft.

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