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Overall Matterhorn White, trimmed in Cardinal Red and Gray.
Factory original interior with navy seats and carpeting.
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The Skycatcher was made for training in the modern age, designed and produced by Cessna between December 2009 and December 2013. The Garmin 300, made specifically for the Skycatcher, is similar to the G1000, but smaller and more basic. However, it has everything a well-equipped glass panel aircraft has – airspeed and altimeter tapes, GPS, comm radio, flight information, navigation information, VFR and IFR charts, and synthetic vision.
The control stick is a cross between a yoke and a stick. It is in the shape of a stick but moves forward and back like a yoke, and then side-to-side. While it seems a bit different, it has the feel of flying a traditional floor-mounted stick but provides ample legroom since the connections go through the panel.
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Cessna 162 Skycatcher Aircraft Information
A side by side two seat, high wing, strut-braced, tricycle landing gear, light-sport aircraft, the Cessna 162, is intended for flight training and personal use. The 162 has the capacity for one crew member and one passenger. The empty weight is 830 lb (376.5 kg) and the maximum takeoff weight is 1320 lb (598.7 kg). The cruise speed is 112 knots (129 mph, 207 km/h) and the maximum speed is 118 knots (136 mph, 218 km/h). The rate of climb is 890 ft/min (4.52 m/s). The aircraft is also known as the Skycatcher.
Cessna started producing the 162 in 2009. The aircraft is a high-wing monoplane with fixed tricycle landing gear and a castering nosewheel. The aircraft's doors are different from previous two-seat Cessna models. The doors open by swinging upward. The controls have a single hand panel mounted yoke instead of Cessna's usual two hand panel mounted yoke. The 162 has a wingspan of 30 feet (9.14 m) and interior cabin width of 44 inches (1.12 m) at shoulder height. The airplane's structure is mostly aluminum with a fiberglass cowling.
The Cessna 162 is equipped with a direct drive air-cooled, carbureted Continental O-200-D engine, producing 100 hp at 2800 rpm. The aircraft is also equipped with a two-blade, fixed pitch composite propeller. The 162 features a Garmin G300 EFIS, a Garmin SL40 communications radio, a GTX327 transponder, and a 121.5 MHz ELT. Available options include an autopilot and audio panel.