Maximum Cruise Speed
Takeoff Field Length
TRAINER OF CHOICE
The Cessna Skyhawk is the ultimate training aircraft and the most popular single-engine aircraft ever built. With forgiving flight characteristics, great visibility, a sophisticated glass cockpit outfitted with G1000 avionics, slow landing speed and a forgiving stall – the Cessna Skyhawk is a flight training favorite ideally suited for student pilots.
YOUR GATEWAY TO THE SKY
The world’s most popular single-engine aircraft has taken evolution to a new level. Own the newest Cessna Skyhawk aircraft, and open your gateway to the sky. With more than 44,000 built, we’ve taken the feedback of operators everywhere and incorporated it into the ultimate version of the most successful piston aircraft ever.
NEXT GENERATION AVIONICS
Garmin G1000 NXi avionics provide a brand new cockpit interface with enhanced graphics, faster hardware, new features and optional wireless connectivity.
ROOM FOR OBSERVERS
Choose a two-place bench or a centered observer seat with improved forward visibility.
WINGS DESIGNED FOR THE STUDENT
High-wing design offers better visibility and stability, as well as greater ground clearance, making it optimal for student pilots.
Dual LED landing and recognition lights offer enhanced visibility and strong illumination for night flying
Both inside and out, from anti-corrosion treatment to strengthened glass, the Skyhawk is designed for durability.
BUILT FOR TRAINING
Ideal for entry-level landings, the Skyhawk features a sturdy tricycle landing system, making for easier touchdown regardless of conditions.
Two doors allow for convenient entry and loading for student and instructor.
A four-cylinder, fuel-injected Lycoming engine provides 180 horsepower. This steadfast engine pairs economy with convenience, making it one of the most reliable piston engines ever built.
NEW FEATURES AND OPTIONS
- Standard ADS-B Out and In
- Optional wireless data base and flight plan loading
- Integrated VFR Sectional Charts
- IFR High and Low Charts with Night Mode
- Enhanced HSI features
- COM frequency decoding
- Vertical Situation Display
- Selectable Visual Approaches
- Optional Surface Watch for runway safety
- Enhanced graphics and faster processing
- Improved joystick with smoother panning
- Simplified maintenance
Performance data is based on the standard Skyhawk configuration, operating in International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) conditions with zero wind. Takeoff and landing field lengths are based on a level, hard surface and dry runway.
Actual performance will vary with factors such as environmental conditions, aircraft configuration and operational/ATC procedures.
Wingspan – 36 ft 1 in (11.00 m)
Length – 27 ft 2 in (8.28 m) HEIGHT – 8 ft 11 in (2.72 m)
|Length||27 ft 2 in (8.28 m)|
|Height||8 ft 11 in (2.72 m)|
|Wingspan||36 ft 1 in (11.00 m)|
|Wing Area||174 sq ft (16.17 sq m)|
|Height||48 in (1.22 m)|
|Width||40 in (1.00 m)|
|Length||11 ft 10 in (3.61 m)|
|Weight||120 lb (54.4 kg)|
|Volume||30 cu ft (0.85 cu m)|
|Maximum Ramp Weight||2,558 lb (1,160 kg)|
|Maximum Takeoff Weight||2,550 lb (1,157 kg)|
|Maximum Landing Weight||2,550 lb (1,157 kg)|
|Usable Fuel Weight||318 lb (144 kg)|
|Usable Fuel Volume||53 gal (201 l)|
|Basic Empty Weight||1,670 lb (757 kg)|
|Useful Load||888 lb (403 kg)|
|Maximum Payload||880 lb (399 kg)|
|Full Fuel Payload||570 lb (259 kg)|
|Maximum Cruise Speed||124 ktas (230 km/h)|
|Maximum Range||640 nm (1,185 km)|
|Takeoff Distance||1,630 ft (497 m)|
|Ground Roll||960 ft (293 m)|
|Landing Distance||1,335 ft (407 m)|
|Ground Roll||575 ft (175 m)|
|Service Ceiling||14,000 ft (4,267 m)|
|Maximum Climb Rate||730 fpm (223 mpm)|
|Maximum Limit Speed||163 kias (302 km/h)|
|Stall Speed||48 kcas (89 km/h)|
|Power Output||180 hp (180 hp)|
|Description||2 blade metal, fixed pitch|