1979 Cessna 182Q
$77 plus tax per Dry Tach Hour
IFR Certified Aircraft
The Cessna 182 Skylane is an American four-seat, single-engine light airplane, built by Cessna of Wichita, Kansas. Introduced in 1956, the 182 has been produced in a number of variants, and is the second most popular Cessna model, after the 172.
The Cessna 182 is an all-metal (mostly aluminum alloy) aircraft, although some parts – such as engine cowling nosebowl and wingtips – are made of fiberglass or thermoplastic material. Its wing has the same platform as the smaller Cessna 172 and the larger 205/206 series; however, some wing details such as flap and aileron design are the same as the 172 and are not like the 205/206 components.
- Garmin G5 Attitude & HSI
- GNS-530 WAAS w/NavCom
- SL-30 NavCom
- GI-106A Nav indicators (2)
- GMA-340 Audio panel
- GTX-330 transponder w/ Traffic Information System (TIS) displayed on 530W
- STEC System 30 w/ GPSS and Alt Hold
- 4-place intercom
- Long range fuel tanks - 92 gal
- Bendix King ADF
Special Requirements for PIC in this Aircraft
Below are the new insurance requirements that only pertain to the C182Q:
- Any Private or more advanced pilot certificate having 250 hours total logged time, and is current with medical and currency requirements of the FAA.
- Has a minimum of 10 hours in a Cessna 182 or has a minimum of 5 hours dual flight instruction in a Cessna 182 with one of the OCFC’s CFIs.
- Completed a check ride in 4785N by a OCFC designated CFI (the CFI will verify that the club member pilot has the skills and knowledge necessary to operate 4785N)
- Has completed an annual check ride in 4785N with an OCFC designated CFI. (Club rule in addition to insurance requirements)