Cessna 182 Skylane
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Information on the 182 Skylane
The Cessna 182, marketed by Cessna under the name Skylane, is a 4 seater single engine light aircraft. The 182 is the second most popular model produced by Cessna after the 172. Many updated variants of the Skylane have been offered over the years.
The Cessna 182 was introduced in 1956 as a tricycle gear variant of the 180. In 1957, the 182A variant was introduced along with the name Skylane. Later models have added more powerful engines and bigger windows.
Beginning in 2005, Cessna began offering the Garmin G1000 glass cockpit as an optional upgrade to the Skylane.
* 1956 - First introduced
* 1957 - 182A higher spec model introduced, plane first called Skylane.
* 1959 - 182B model.
* 182C model - added swept tail & third side cabin window
* 182E - cut down fuselage & "omni-vision" wrap around rear window
* 1977 - RG - additional retractable gear variant introduced
* 182G - elliptical rear side windows
* 182P - tubular steel undercarriage
* 182Q - 1973 - enlarge fin fillet
* "R" - turbocharged variant
* 182S - resumed production in 1996
* 182T - current model
* T182T - current turbocharged model
In addition to private employment, the C-182 is used, along with C-172 aircraft, by the Civil Air Patrol as a platform for the Satellite Digital Imaging System.
182 in other countries
Cessna 182's were also built in Argentina by DINFIA (designated A182) and by Reims Aviation, France, as F182s.
This was the chosen plane by James May to try and beat the Bugatti Veyron driven by Jeremy Clarkson on the race from Italy to London. Upon seeing the plane, Richard Hammond commented "James, It's pathetic! It looks like something a builder would leave behind." He would later remark that "182" referred to how much it costs.
* Argentina, Guatemala, Lesotho, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela,
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Wing span: 36 ft 0 in (10.98 m)
Length: 29 ft 0 in (8.84 m)
Height: 9 ft 4 in (2.84 m)
Empty equipped: 1,897 lb (860 kg)
Max. takeoff: 3,100 lb (1,406 kg)
Max. speed: 149 knots (276 km/h)
Cruising speed: 145 knots (268 km/h)
Initial climb: 924 ft/min (282 m/min)
Service ceiling: 18,100 ft (5,517 m)
Range: 845 nautical miles (1,565 km)
182 - One 170 kW (230 hp) Continental O-470-R flat six piston engine driving a two blade constant speed propeller.
TR182 - One 175 kW (235 hp) Lycoming O-540-L3C5D turbocharged flat six.
182S - One 170 kW (230 hp) Textron Lycoming IO-540-AB1A5.
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