Fisher FP-606 Sky Baby


A replica of the popular Cessna 150 and 152, the FP-606 first flew in 1986, and by 2004, 25 were sold.
Winner of the EAA Best New Design Award for light planes in 1988, the FP-606 is a familiar form and geodetic construction giving the aircraft a solid feel.
A 2SI 460-35 engine powers the light plane version, with a 447 or 503 forming a formidable power plant for the experimental model. The fully enclosed cockpit features a door you can take off.
Available as either a trigear or taildragger, the FP-606 requires 15 minutes field assembly time. A five-USgallon fuel tank is standard on light-plane models, with a 7 1/2 gallon tank available for the experimentals. Brakes and electric starter are optional on both.

Engine; 2SI 460-35
Drive Type; Geared
Reduction Ratio; 2.58-to-1
Wingspan; 28'
Wing Area; 116 sq. ft.
Height; 71"
Length; 17'9"
Gross Weight; 500 lbs.
Empty Weight; 250 lbs.
Useful Load; 250 lbs.
Wing Load; 4.3 lb/sq ft
Fuel Capacity; 5 USgal.
Design Loads; +4.6 -2.3g
Velocity-Never Exceed; 90 mph
Top Level Speed; 65 mph
Cruise Speed; 55-60 mph
Stall Speed; 26 mph
Climb Rate; 700-800 fpm
Takeoff Run; 150'
Landing Roll; 150'
Range at Cruise; 150 mi
L/D (Glide Ratio); 9-to-1

Engine: Rotax 277, 28 hp.
HP range: 28-48.
Height: 5.9 ft.
Length: 17.4 ft.
Wing span: 29.85 ft.
Wing area: 120 sq.ft.
Fuel cap: 5 USG.
Weight empty: 254 lbs.
Gross: 500 lbs.
Speed max: 70 mph.
Cruise: 60 mph.
Range: 110 sm.
Stall: 26 mph.
ROC: 600 fpm.
Take-off dist: 125 ft.
Landing dist: 175 ft.
Seats: 1.
Landing gear: nose or tail wheel.