Cessna 162 Skycatcher N5204U Photos

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Overview

The stirring Skycatcher.

If you’ve ever flirted with the idea of owning a brand-new aircraft, it’s officially time to get serious. Introducing the Skycatcher – an all-new Cessna destined to bring your personal dreams well within reach. With extreme flyability. Unprecedented affordability. And the very latest technology. Maybe that’s why it was singled out by Popular Science magazine as being among the most exciting developments of 2007 in the Aviation and Space category. The magazine calls the Skycatcher the best “starter plane” for an entire new generation of pilots. The dream of flight is back. And this time, it’s personal.

Performance

  Skycatcher
Maximum Cruise Speed 113 ktas
Maximum Range  1 440 nm
Takeoff Distance (S.L., ISA, MTOW)  2 1,138 ft
Ground Roll 640 ft
Landing Distance (S.L., ISA, MLW) 1,369 ft
Ground Roll 671 ft
Maximum Operating Altitude 14,625 ft
Maximum Climb Rate (Sea Level) 880 fpm
VNE 148 kias
Stall Speed 40 kcas

1 30 minute Fuel Reserves, 45% Power @ 6,000 ft.
2 Distance to 50 feet above the runway.

Avionics

Quite literally made for each other.

The all-new Garmin G300 avionics package was specifically designed with the Cessna Skycatcher in mind. Dual Garmin G300 displays will provide primary flight, engine and moving map information on the primary and multi-function displays. Other standard equipment includes a Garmin SL40 Com radio, Garmin GTX327 Mode C transponder, PM3000 intercom, VFR GPS and a 121.5/233 MHz ELT. Optional autopilot shown.

Powerplant

The Continental Motors O-200D engine is an air-cooled, horizontally opposed, four-cylinder, naturally aspirated direct drive engine. It produces a maximum of 100 brake horsepower at 2,750 rpm.

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