Maximum Cruise Speed
Takeoff Field Length
There is a moment when you go from simply having your pilot’s certificate to being a pilot. It’s a transition you feel in your gut, and once you’ve made a 230-horsepower climb in a Cessna® Skylane® there’s no going back.
The Cessna Skylane matches powerful capability with a proven airframe that is easy to fly.
The sophisticated Garmin G1000 integrated flight deck combined with a 230 HP high-performance engine gives you performance you can count on. Enjoy room for four with the ergonomically designed two-tone seating and travel over 900 nautical miles nonstop. With the ability to take off and land on short runways, and an impressive payload capability, the Skylane is a true high-performance workhorse.
Classic design and comfort
The leather-appointed seating featuring the sport, two-tone Interior is perfect for both pilots and passengers. Enjoy room for four and cabin accessories including a 12-volt power outlet for your portable electronic devices and advanced cabin air controls.
Deep-contoured leather seats, featuring two-tone interior. With ergonomically designed seats wrapped in durable Luxor or optional leather, the Skylane offers a four-seat configuration, providing room to expand your aviation influence to your friends and colleagues.
The Cessna Skylane is powered by the latest technology in integrated cockpit avionics, the Garmin G1000 NXi.
With an improved graphical interface, more powerful hardware, higher resolution displays, added functionality to improve situational awareness, and optional wireless technology, managing the flight deck has never been easier.
the most advanced flight deck in the category
The Skylane cockpit features the all-glass Garmin G1000 flight deck customized for Cessna, reducing pilot workload and boosting ease of operation. Two large-format, high-resolution, color liquid crystal displays make fast assimilation of critical flight data effortless. The jet-level GFC 700 autopilot significantly reduces pilot workload and enhances the safety of every flight. Additional features include a go-around button, flight-level change, and precise guidance with optional satellite-driven graphical weather radar.
Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT) enhances visual orientation with three-dimensional renderings of terrain on both flight displays. You’ll feel confident in darkness, haze, rain, fog, or any other IFR conditions that might obstruct a clear view through the windshield. This advanced graphics modeling technology recreates the surrounding landscape accurately in dimensional, graphical renderings on your primary flight display. You’ll get a clear picture of ground and water, airports, obstacles, and air traffic — all shown relative to the aircraft. Never before has risk avoidance been so simple and intuitive. Rising terrain areas or low-altitude flying can sometimes present obstacles that present real danger when unexpected. With SVT, such potential obstacles are rendered and color-coded for alerting when there may be a potential conflict approaching. Towers and other obstacles that may interfere with the flight path are also highlighted and clearly displayed with height-appropriate symbology.
The Skylane includes a robust flight management system (FMS) with autopilot controls and additional override features to give you the kind of approach precision you would expect in a jet. The CWS button or control-wheel steering momentarily disengages the autopilot and synchronizes the flight director’s command bars with pitch and roll modes. The CWS button is positioned on the top left grip of the pilot’s control wheel. When released, the flight director will recalibrate, establishing new reference points, depending on the current pitch and roll modes. GA switch or go-around button disengages the autopilot, selects flight director go-around mode, and activates a missed approach. It’s conveniently positioned above the throttle on the instrument panel. Additional features are included in this robust system and together they offer Skylane pilots more precision than any other aircraft in the category.
- GMA-1347 Digital Audio Panel with Marker Beacon/Intercom
- GTX-33 Transponder-Mode S w-TIS
- GIA-63W NAV/COM/GPS/WAAS with GS #1
- GIA-63W NAV/COM/GPS/WAAS with GS #2
- GDU-1044B Primary Flight Display (PFD)
- GDU-1044B Multi-Function Display (MFD)
- GEA-71 Engine/Airframe Computer
- GRS-77 Attitude & Heading Reference System (AHRS)
- GDC-74A Air Data Computer with OAT Probe
- GMU-44 Magnetometer
- Garmin SafeTaxi & FliteCharts
- GFC-700 Autopilot
- Go-Around Switch
- Electric Trim
- A/P Disconnect
- Control Wheel Steering Button
- Electronic Checklists
- ME406 Two Frequency Emergency Locator Transmitter
- Emergency Locator Transmitter Remote Mounted Switch
- Backup Attitude Gyro, Altimeter and Airspeed Indicator
- Control Wheel Push-To-Talk Switch-Pilot/Copilot
- Mic & Phone Jacks-Pilot/Copilot/Passengers
- Auxiliary Stereo Input Jack
- Marker Beacon Antenna
- Transponder Antenna
- VHF/GPS Antenna (2)
- NAV Antenna
- Emergency Locator Transmitter External Antenna
- Pitot System – Heated
- Static System
- Hand Held Microphone
- Alternate Static Source
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 Skylane 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.
Preliminary data, subject to change.
|Length||29 ft (8.84 m)|
|Height||9 ft 4 in (2.84 m)|
|Wingspan||36 ft (10.97 m)|
|Wing Area||174 sq ft (16.17 sq m)|
|Height||49 in (1.23 m)|
|Width||42 in (1.07 m)|
|Length||11 ft 2 in (3.40 m)|
|Weight||200 lb (90.7 kg)|
|Volume||32 cu ft (0.91 cu m)|
|Maximum Ramp Weight||3,110 lb (1,411 kg)|
|Maximum Takeoff Weight||3,100 lb (1,406 kg)|
|Maximum Landing Weight||2,950 lb (1,338 kg)|
|Usable Fuel Weight||522 lb (237 kg)|
|Usable Fuel Volume||87 gal (329 l)|
|Basic Empty Weight||1,968 lb (893 kg)|
|Useful Load||1,142 lb (518 kg)|
|Maximum Payload||982 lb (445 kg)|
|Full Fuel Payload||620 lb (281 kg)|
|Maximum Cruise Speed||145 ktas (269 km/h)|
|Maximum Range||915 nm (1,695 km)|
|Takeoff Distance||1,514 ft (461 m)|
|Ground Roll||795 ft (242 m)|
|Landing Distance||1,350 ft (411 m)|
|Ground Roll||590 ft (180 m)|
|Service Ceiling||18,100 ft (5,517 m)|
|Maximum Climb Rate||924 fpm (282 mpm)|
|Maximum Limit Speed||175 kias (324 km/h)|
|Stall Speed||49 kcas (91 km/h)|
|Power Output||230 hp (230 hp)|
|Description||3 blade metal, constant speed|
Aircraft performance is dependent on multiple variables (i.e. winds aloft, number of passengers, temperature and altitude of departure and arrival airports). The range, speed and endurance listed here represent average performance data. Contact one of our experienced Client Services Representatives who will be able to advise you on additional fuel stops or other limitations needed based on your itinerary and aircraft.