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Cessna CE-182 Skylane

 

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The evolution of the Skylane actually be-gan at the 1949 Model 170A, an all--metal, 145-hp, four-seat taildragger. Bigger flaps arrived in 1952 with the 170B, and one year later came that design's first off-spring, the 180, with 225-hp. Tricycle gear was added in 1956; it was now called the 182. Introduced at the same time as the model 172, the more powerful and luxurious 182 was in the 1956 Cessna line-up. Essentially the 182, 182A and 182B produced between 1956 and 1959 was a tricycle-undercarriage version of the 180. As expected, sales of the 180 dropped off as those of the 182 picked up. An addition to the standard fixed-gear family, it was powered by a 172kW Continental O-470-S and available in Standard, Skylane and Skylane II versions.


The earliest models had straight tails and no rear windows. That first Skylane retained the basic hull of the 170 and the 172. They had relatively nar-row fuselages and a gross weight of 2,650 pounds. The airplane was lowered when the landing gear was wid-ened in 1957 and again in 1962. In 1958, the Skylane version was introduced - a de-luxe 182 with added soundproofing and extra standard equipment. The first airplanes held only 60 USG of fuel. But the capacity was increased to 65 USG in 1958, and in 1962, the optional 84-USG (79 usable) long-range tanks were first offered. In that year, the airplane was given a new four-inch-wider fuselage, a rear window, electric flaps and a low, flat cockpit floor. Consequently, the gross weight was raised 150 pounds.


The 1960 and 1961 model 182C and 182D introduced the swept tail (1960) and third cabin window. The 1962 model 182 introduced the omnivision window arrange-ment and elctric flaps. Apart from changes to the rear window shape, cowling, spinner, and spats, there have been few changes apart from cosmetic ones. Early 180s were equipped with a Continental 0-470-A engine rated at 225 hp. There were a lot of maintenance problems, notably cracked cylinders. The engines were prone to overheating, as were the Goodyear brakes. After 1957, the engine was the 230-hp -K version, and after 1961, the -R; both gave excellent service, until a Continental service bulletin called for tapping the valve guides to improve valve-stem lubrication. This modification proved disastrous; guides wore out rapidly, valves bounced around, and several small bush operations went bankrupt trying to keep up with the top overhauls. Mechanics started reverting to the original guides, and eventually, Continental decided to do so as well.


In 1964 the MTOW increased to 2800 lbs, and in 1970, to 2950 lbs.


On the other hand, Cessna has cleaned up the fuselage to the point that cruise airspeeds on the more modern 182s are slightly better than those of their lightweight predecessors. In 1967, the size of the long-range tanks was reduced to 80 USG.


Tending to be a low maintenance machine, the 182 has been the target of only a few expensive airworthiness directives, one of which mandated the replacement of many nose-gear forks in 1971.


For '72 the Skylane gets a radiused leading edge of the type popularized by the Robertson STOL conversions a more rounded contour with a slightly convex lower lip, and a pronounced twist tailored along the span to provide a controlled stall progression and keep the outboard section at a lower angle of attack. Originally a Robertson rework that included drooping ailerons and a stall fence, it was later offered by other modifiers without the extra cost and complexity of the aileron/flap interconnection. The drooped, large-radius leading edge does a lot for the 180 and 185's slow-flying characteristics, preserving aileron effectiveness right into the stall and possibly shaving a bit off the stalling speed-though apparent stall speed reductions of 10 or 20 miles an hour are the result of errors in the airspeed indicating system. The all-important decrease in runway requirements results from the greater precision with which minimum-speed approaches can be flown.


Earlier Skylanes with the longpopular spring steel slab gear legs had a maximum landing weight 150 pounds lower than allowable takeoff gross, but this year the 'Lane gets a tapered tubular steel gear similar to that on the rest of the fixed-gear line (except the 180 and 185). This new gear has three important advantages - it is attached further back on the fuselage, and so widens the center of gravity envelope by 7½ %, it puts the main wheels nearly a foot further apart than they were on the old gear for an even more solid ground stance, and it permits landings at 2,950 lb.


In 1977, a new, higher compression version of the same en-gine was installed. It develops the 230-horse-power at 2,400 rpm, 200 rpm less than the earlier engines, and it is rated for 100LL fuel. It has a 1,500-hour TBO.


Introduced in 1978 the Skylane RG replaced the 177RG Cardinal RG in the model lineup. It was simply a model 182Q fitted with the same type of retractable gears as fitted to the R172 and 210 Centurion, and a 28v electric system. Nearly 2000 were produced. The 182 had a total production run of over 10,000 to 1993.


The only addition to the Cessna single-engined line of general aviation aircraft for 1981 was the Turbo Skylane, a turbo-supercharged version of the basic Model 182 Skylane. The 235 hp Lycoming engine already used to power the retractable undercarriage Turbo Skylane RG was offered in the standard fixed-gear Skylane to boost the performance and payload. At the same time, Cessna has announced a 150-lb (68-kg) increase in the gross weight of the basic Skylane model, to match the weight of the Turbo Skylane version. A number of small improvements were also adopted as standard for both models, and a three-bladed propeller is an optional alternative for the two- blader on the Turbo Skylane. The CE182T involves a cleaned up airframe, give a four knot cruise over the 182S model, plus the Lycoming TIO-540-AK1A turboed engine of 235 hp at 2400 rpm as an option. A small number of the turbocharged 182s were built in 1981 and 1982. Versions available in 1982 included the Model 182 Skylane/Skylane II which was available also in Turbo Skylane and Turbo Skylane II with a 175kW Avco Lycoming O-540-L3C5D turbo-charged engine, and in Skylane RG and Skylane RG II and Turbo Skylane RG and Turbo Skylane RG II retractable landing gear equivalents.

 

CE-TR182
Cessna TR182 Turbo Skylane RG II

 

All three of the 1979 Skylanes share usable fuel capacity up to 88 USG (from a previous 75). The new tanks are formed by sealing off part of the wing. There's a forward-facing fuel vent for each tank, located behind the wing strut in what should be an ice-free area. The caps are also vented.


The conversion to tail wheel (CE-182TW) essentially makes the 182 into a 180.

In July 1996 Cessna flew the first Model 182 Skylane produced in more than 10 years.

 

Cessna's diesel 182 JT-A, still in its certification process, was forced to make an emergency landing in a field due to an engine failure late August 2013. The pilot flying at the time reported that the "engine blew" necessitating an emergency landing in a field near the intersection of two roads outside Pretty Prairie, KS. The pilot was uninjured.
 
The 182 JT-A first flew in May 2013 and had flown over 200 hours during its certification process.
 
 

1956 Cessna 182
Engine: Continental O-470L, 179 hp @5000ft
TBO: 1500 hr
Fuel Type: 100LL
Propeller type: CS
Landing Gear: Tri./Fixed
Max ramp weight: 2800 lb
Gross weight: 2800 lb
Empty weight, std: 1560 lb
Useful load, std: 1005 lb
Payload, full std. fuel: 645 lb
Fuel capactiy, std: 55 USgal
Wingspan: 36 ft. 2 in.
Overall length: 27 ft. 10 in.
Height: 9 ft.
Wing area:174 sq. ft
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin width: 45 in
Cabin height: 46 in
Baggage capacity: 120 lb
Cruise speed @ 5,000 ft 75% power: 160 mph
Cruise speed @ 5,000 ft 65% power: 151 mph
Cruise speed @ 5,000 ft 55% power: 141 mph
Max range (w/ reserve) @ 5,000 ft 75% power: 680 nm
Max range (w/ reserve) @ 5,000 ft 65% power: 750 nm
Max range (w/ reserve) @ 5,000 ft 55% power: 790 nm
Fuel consumption 75% power: 13.0 USgph
Fuel consumption 65% power:11.1 USgph
Fuel consumption 55% power: 10.0 USgph
Estimated endurance (65%) (hrs): 4.9
Vs: 62 mph
Vso: 59 mph
Best rate of climb: 1200 fpm
Service ceiling: 20,100 ft
Takeoff ground roll: 620 ft
Takeoff over 50-ft. obstacle:1020 ft
Landing ground roll: 610 ft
Landing over 50-ft. obstacle: 1290  ft

CE-182D

Engine: Continental, 230 hp.
Wing span: 35 ft 10 in.
Length: 28 ft 2 in.
Height: 9 ft 1.5 in.
Empty wt: 1645 lbs.
Gross wt: 2950 lbs.
Useful load: 1305 lbs.
Wing loading: 16.9 lbs/sq.ft.
Pwr loading: 12.8 lbs/hp.
Baggage cap: 200 lbs.
Max speed: 146 kts / 168 mph.
Cruise: 139 kts / 160 mph.
Stall: 50 kts / 57 mph.
Initial ROC: 890 fpm.
Service ceiling: 17,700 ft.
Range (49 USG): 690 sm.

Engine: Continental 0-470-R, 230 hp.
Wing Span: 35 ft 10 in.
Length: 28ft 2in.
Height: 9 ft 1.5 in.
Gross Wt: 2950 lbs.
Empty Wt: 1645 lbs.
Wing Load: 16.9 lbs/sq. ft.
Power Load: 12.8 lbs/hp.
Top Speed: 168 mph.
Cruise Speed, 75%: 160mph.
Range, max, (aux fuel): 1,160 st. miles.
Rate of Climb: 890 fpm.
Service Ceiling: 17,700 ft.
Takeoff Roll: 705 ft.
Takeoff Over 50 ft: 1,350 ft.
Landing Roll: 590 ft.
Landing Over 50 ft: 1,350 ft.
Stall Speed: 57 mph.

1979 Skylane
Engine: Continental O-470-U, 230 hp.
TBO: 1,500 hrs.
Prop: two-blade, constant-speed.
Length: 28 ft.
Height: 9 ft. 3 in.
Wingspan: 36 ft.
Wing area: 174 sq.ft.
Max ramp weight: 2,960 lbs.
Max takeoff weight: 2,950 lbs.
Standard empty weight: 1,700 lbs.
Max useful load: 1,260 lbs.
Empty weight: 1,838 lbs.
Useful load: 1,122 lbs.
Max landing weight: 2,950 lbs.
Wing loading: 16.9 lb/sq.ft.
Power loading: 12.8 lb/hp.
Max usable fuel: 88 USG/528 lbs.
Max rate of climb, sea level: 1,010 fpm.
Max rate of climb, 8,000 ft: 565 fpm.
Service ceiling: 16,500 ft.
Max speed: 148 kts.
Max cruise speed: 144 kt.
Max range: 1,095 nm.
Cruise, 65 % power at 8,000 ft: 135 kts.
Fuel flow at 65% power: 11.1 USG/hr.
Endurance at 65% pwr, 45-min. res: 7.8 hrs.
Stalling speed, clean: 56 kts.
Stalling speed, flaps down: 50 kts.
Turbulent-air penetration speed: 111 kts.
Takeoff dist 50 ft obstacle: 1350 ft.
Landing Dist 50 ft obstacle: 1,350 ft.
Seats: 4.

Skylane II

Engine: Continental O-470-U, 230 hp.
TBO: 1,500 hrs.
Prop: Constant-speed, two-blade, 82-in. dia.
Length: 28 ft. 1.5 in.
Height: 9 ft. 1.75 in.
Wingspan: 36 ft.
Wing area: 174.55 sq. ft.
Wing loading: 16.9 lbs./sq. ft.
Seats: 4.
Empty wt: 1,837 lbs.
Useful load: 1,113 lbs.
Gross weight: 2,950 lbs.
Power loading: 12.8 lb/hp.
Fuel cap: 75 USG/450 hp.
Minimum runway requirement: 1,350 ft.
Rate of climb: 1,010 fpm.
Service ceiling: 16,500 ft.
Maximum speed: 148 knots.
Maximum cruise, 75% power at 8,000 ft: 144 knots.
Economy cruise, 59% power at 8,000 ft: 129 knots.
Range at max cruise (45-min res): 735 nm.
Range at economy cruise (45-min res): 830 nm.
Duration at max cruise (45-min res): 5.22 hrs.
Stalling speed, full flaps: 52 knots.

1965 Cessna 182H Skylane
Engine: Continental O-470R, 230 hp
TBO: 1500 hr
Propeller: Const. spd.
Landing gear: Tri/Fixed
Gross weight: 2800 lb
Empty weight, std: 1560 lb
Useful load, std: 1240lb
Fuel: 79 USgal
Wingspan: 36 ft. 2 in.
Overall length: 27 ft. 10 in.
Height: 9 ft.
Wing area: 174 sq. ft
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin width: 45 in
Cabin height: 46 in
Baggage capacity:120 lb
Cruise speed 75% power: 140 kt
Cruise speed 65% power: 133 kt
Max range (w/ reserve) 75% power: 655 nm
Max range (w/ reserve) 65% power: 735 nm
Fuel consumption 75% power: 13.9 USgph
Fuel consumption 65% power: 12.1  USgph
Estimated endurance (65% power with 1-hr. reserve): 5 hr 12 min
Stall speed (gear, flaps down): 48 knot
Best rate of climb: 980 fpm
Service ceiling: 18,900 ft
Takeoff ground roll: 625 ft
Landing ground roll: 590 ft
No built: 840.

1997 Cessna  182 Skylane
Engine: Lycoming IO-540-AB1A5, 230 hp
TBO: 2000 hr
Propeller: Const. spd.
Landing gear: Tri/Fixed
Gross weight: 3100 lb
Empty weight, std: 1881 lb
Useful load, std: 1219 lb
Fuel: 88 USgals
Wingspan: 36 ft.
Overall length: 28 ft.
Height: 9 ft. 3 in.
Wing area:175.5 sq. ft
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin width: 42 in
Cabin height: 48 in
Baggage capacity:200 lb
Cruise speed 75% power: 140 kt
Cruise speed 65% power: 135 kt
Max range (w/ reserve) 75% power: 813 nm
Max range (w/ reserve) 65% power: 870 nm
Fuel consumption 75% power: 13.5 USgph
Fuel consumption 65% power:12.2 USgph
Estimated endurance (65% power with 1-hr. reserve): 6 hrs. 12 mins.
Stall speed (gear, flaps down): 46 knot
Best rate of climb: 924 fpm
Service ceiling: 18,100 ft
Takeoff ground roll: 795 ft
Landing ground roll: 540 ft

CE-182P

CE-182Q

Engine: 1 x Continental O-470-U, 230 hp.
TBO: 1500 hrs.
Prop: McCauley 2 blade, constant speed, 82 in.
Seats: 4.
Length: 28 ft.
Height: 9.3 ft.
Wingspan: 35.8 ft.
Wing area: 174 sq.ft.
Wing aspect ratio: 7.4.
Max ramp wt: 3110 lbs.
Max take off wt: 3100 lbs.
Standard empty wt: 1730 lbs.
Max useful load: 1380 lbs.
Max landing wt: 2950 lbs.
Wing loading: 17.8 lbs/sq.ft.
Power loading: 13.5 lbs/hp.
Max useable fuel: 528 lbs.
Climb rate: 865 fpm @ 81 kts.
Climb gradient: 640 ft/nm.
Rate of climb @ 8000 ft: 455 fpm.
Service ceiling; 14,900 ft.
Max speed: 146 kts.
Cruise @ 65% power @ 8,000ft: 133 kts.
Fuel flow @ 65% power @ 8,000ft: 67 pph.
Endurance @ 65% power @ 8,000ft: 7.6 hr.
Stalling speed clean: 54 kts.
Stall speed flaps down: 49 kts.
Turbulent air penetration speed: 109 kts.
Fixed undercarriage.

CE-182RG

Engine: Lycoming O-540-J3C5D, 235 hp.
TBO: 2,000 hrs.
Prop: two-blade, constant-speed.
Length: 28 ft. 8 in.
Height: 8 ft. 11 in.
Wingspan: 36 ft.
Wing area: 174 sq.ft.
Max ramp weight: 3,112 lbs.
Max takeoff weight: 3,100 lbs.
Standard empty weight: 1,732 lbs.
Max useful load: 1,380 lbs.
Empty weight: 1,876 lbs.
Useful load: 1,236 lbs.
Max landing weight: 3,100 lbs.
Wing loading: 17.8 lb/sq.ft.
Power loading: 13.2 lb/hp.
Max usable fuel: 88 USG/528 lbs.
Max rate of climb, sea level: 1,140 fpm.
Max rate of climb, 8,000 ft: 555 fpm.
Service ceiling: 14,300 ft.
Max speed: 160 kts.
Max cruise speed: 156 kt.
Cruise, 65 % power at 8,000 ft: 148 kts.
Fuel flow at 65% power: 11.8 USG/hr.
Endurance at 65% pwr, 45-min. res: 6.6 hrs.
Stalling speed, clean: 54 kts.
Stalling speed, flaps down: 50 kts.
Turbulent-air penetration speed: 111 kts.
Max X-wind: 18 kts.
Takeoff dist 50 ft obstacle: 1,570 ft.
Landing dist 50 ft obstacle: 1,320 ft.
Seats: 4.

CE-182S

Engine: Lycoming IO-540-AB1A5, 230 hp.
Prop: McCauley 2 blade CS.
Empty wt: 1910 lbs.
Range: 825 nm.
Cruise 75% 8000 ft: 140 kt.
Cruise SL: 146 kt.
Service ceiling: 14,900 ft.
ROC: 865 ft.
TO dist: 805 ft.
Max ramp wt: 3110 lb.
Usable fuel: 88 USG.
Useful load: 1360 lb.

2000 Cessna 182S

Engine: Lycoming IO-540-AB1A5, 230 hp @SL
TBO: 2000 hr
Fuel Type: 100/100LL
Propeller type: McCauley CS three-blade/79 in.
Landing Gear: Tri./Fixed
Max ramp weight:3110 lb
Gross weight: 3100 lb
Landing weight: 2950lb
Empty weight, std: 1928 lb
Useful load, std: 1182 lb
Payload, full std. fuel: 654lb
Usable fuel: 88 USgal
Wingspan: 36 ft.
Overall length: 29 ft
Height: 9 ft. 4 in.
Wing area:174 sq. ft
Wing loading: 17.8 lbs./sq. ft
Power loading: 13.5 lbs./hp
Wheel track: 9 ft.
Wheel size: 6.00 x 6 in
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin width: 42 in
Cabin height: 48.5 in
Baggage capacity: 200  lb
Cruise speed 75% power @ 6,000 ft: 140 kt
Cruise speed 65% power @ 8,000 ft: 130 kt
Cruise speed 45% power @ 10,000 ft: 121 kt
Max range (w/ reserve) 75% power @ 6,000 ft: 820 nm
Max range (w/ reserve) 65% power @ 8,000 ft: 910 nm
Max range (w/ reserve) 45% power @ 10,000 ft: 968 nm
Fuel consumption 75% power @ 6,000 ft: 12.5 USgph
Fuel consumption 65% power @ 8,000 ft: 11.1 USgph
Fuel consumption 45% power @ 10,000 ft: 9.5 USgph
Estimated endurance (65%): 7.0 hr
Stall speed (gear, flaps up): 56 knot
Stall speed (gear, flaps down): 50 knot
Best rate of climb: 924 fpm
Best rate of climb (@8,000 ft): 565 fpm (est.)
Service ceiling: 18,100 ft
Takeoff ground roll: 795 ft
Takeoff over 50 ft. obstacle: 1514 ft
Landing ground roll: 590 ft
Landing over 50 ft. obstacle: 1350 ft

2004 Cessna 182T Skylane
Engine: Lycoming IO-540-AB145, 230 hp
Propeller: 3-blade CS/79 in
Landing gear type: Tri/Fixed
Max ramp weight: 3110 lb
Gross weight: 3110 lb
Max landing weight: 2950 lb
Empty weight, std: 1897 lb
Max useful load, std: 1213 lb
Payload, full std. fuel: 728 lb
Usable fuel, std: 88 USgal
Wingspan: 36 ft.
Overall length: 29 ft.
Height: 9 ft. 4 in.
Wing area (sq. ft.):174Wing loading (lbs./sq. ft.): 17.8
Power loading (lbs./hp.): 13.5
Wheel size, nose (in.):5.00 x 5
Wheel size, main (in.): 6.00 x 6
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin width (in.): 42 Cabin height (in.): 48.5
Baggage capacity (lbs.):200
Max speed, SL (kts.): 149
80% power @ 6,000 ft. (kts.): 145
Cruise: 80% @ 12,500 ft: 158 kts.
Max range (nm):   75% power @ 6,000 ft.: 968
55% power @ 10,000 ft.: 845  
Vs (kts.): 54Vso (kts.): 49
Rate of climb (SL fpm): 924
Service ceiling (ft.): 18,100
Takeoff ground roll (ft.): 795
Takeoff over 50-ft. obstacle (ft.):1514
Landing ground roll (ft.): 590
Landing over 50-ft. obstacle (ft.): 1350   
Source: Cessna Aircraft Corporation

CE-R182
First built in 1977.
Engine: 1 x Lycoming O-540-J3C5D, 235 hp.
TBO: 2000 hrs.
Prop: McCauley 2 blade, constant speed 82 in.
Seats: 4.
Length: 28.6 ft.
Height: 8.9 ft.
Wingspan: 35.8 ft.
Wing area: 174 sq.ft.
Wing aspect ratio: 7.4.
Max ramp wt: 3112 lbs.
Max take off wt: 3100 lbs.
Standard empty wt: 1757 lbs.
Max useful load: 1355 lbs.
Max landing wt: 3100 lbs.
Wing loading: 17.8 lbs/sq.ft.
Power loading: 13.2 lbs/hp.
Max useable fuel: 528 lbs.
Climb rate: 1140 fpm @ 88 kts.
Climb gradient: 784 ft/nm.
Rate of climb @ 8000 ft: 560 fpm.
Service ceiling: 18,000ft.
Max speed: 160 kts.
Cruise @ 65% power @ 8,000ft: 148 kts.
Fuel flow @ 65% power @ 8,000ft: 71 pph.
Endurance @ 65% power @ 8,000ft: 7.3 hr.
Stalling speed clean: 54 kts.
Stall speed gear/flaps down: 50 kts.
Turbulent air penetration speed: 112 kts.
Retractable nose wheel undercarriage.

Cessna T182T Skylane
Engine: Lycoming IO-540-AK1A, 235 hp @SL to 20,000 ft
TBO: 2000 hr
Fuel Type: 100/100LL
Propeller type: McCauley 3-blade CS
Landing Gear: Tri/Fixed
Max ramp weight: 3112 lb
Gross weight: 3100 lb
Landing weight: 2950 lb
Empty weight, std: 2048 lb
Useful load, std: 1052 lb
Payload, full std. fuel: 524 lb
Usable fuel, std: 88 USgal
Wingspan: 36 ft.
Overall length: 29 ft.
Height: 9 ft. 4 in.
Wing area: 174 sq. ft
Wing loading: 17.8 lbs./sq. ft
Power loading: 13.2 lbs./hp
Wheel base: 5 ft. 6 in.
Wheel track: 9 ft.
Wheel size: 6.00 x 6 in
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin width: 44 in
Cabin height: 48.5
Baggage capacity: 200 lb  
Cruise speed 88% power @ 12,000 ft.: 160 kt  
Max range (w/ reserve) 75% power @ 10,000 ft.: 700  nm
Estimated endurance (65%): 5.5 hr
Stall speed (gear, flaps up): 54 knot
Stall speed (gear, flaps down): 49 knot
Best rate of climb (SL): 1060 fpm
Best rate of climb, 10,000 ft: 1000 fpm
Service ceiling: 20,000 ft
Takeoff ground roll: 790 ft
Takeoff over 50 ft. obstacle: 1475 ft
Landing ground roll: 590 ft
Landing over 50 ft. obstacle: 1350 ft

CE-TR182
First built in 1978.
Engine: 1 x Lycoming O-540-L3C5D, 235 hp.
TBO: 2000 hrs.
Prop: McCauley 2 blade, constant speed 82 in.
Seats: 4.
Length: 28.6 ft.
Height: 8.9 ft.
Wingspan: 35.8 ft.
Wing area: 174 sq.ft.
Wing aspect ratio: 7.4.
Max ramp wt: 3112 lbs.
Max take off wt: 3100 lbs.
Standard empty wt: 1794 lbs.
Max useful load: 1318 lbs.
Max landing wt: 3100 lbs.
Wing loading: 17.8 lbs/sq.ft.
Power loading: 13.2 lbs/hp.
Max useable fuel: 528 lbs.
Climb rate SL: 1040 fpm @ 90 kts.
Climb gradient: 711 ft/nm.
Rate of climb @ 8000 ft: 930 fpm.
Certificated ceiling: 20,000 ft.
Max speed (20,000ft): 187 kts.
Cruise @ 65% power @ 8,000ft: 146 kts
Cruise @ 65% pwr @ 18,000 ft: 159 kts.
Fuel flow @ 65% power @ 18,000ft: 74 pph.
Endurance @ 65% power @ 18,000ft: 7 hr
Stalling speed clean: 54 kts.
Stall speed gear/flaps down: 50 kts.
Turbulent air penetration speed: 112 kts.
Undercarriage: Retractable nose wheel.
Max Range: 1030 nm
Take-off 50ft: 1570 ft
Landing 50 ft: 1320 ft

CE-TR182T
Engine: 1 x Lycoming O-540-L3C5D, 235 hp.
TBO: 2000 hrs.
Prop: McCauley 2 blade, constant apeed 82 in.
Seats: 4.
Length: 28.4 ft.
Height: 9.2 ft.
Wingspan: 35.8 ft.
Wing area: 174 sq.ft.
Wing aspect ratio: 7.4.
Undercarriage track, 9 ft 0 in (2,74 m)
Wing dihedral, 1 deg 44 sec constant
Max ramp wt: 3112 lbs.
Max take off wt: 3100 lb
Standard empty wt: 1740 lb
Max useful load: 1372 lbs.
Max landing wt: 2950 lbs.
Wing loading: 17.8 lbs/sq.ft.
Power loading: 13.2 lbs/hp.
Max useable fuel: 528 lbs.
Climb rate: 965 fpm @ 87 kts.
Climb gradient: 670 ft/nm.
Rate of climb @ 8000 ft: 850 fpm.
Certificated ceiling; 20,000 ft
Max speed: 168 kts at 20,000 ft (6 100 m)
Cruising speed at 20,000 ft (6 100 m) 75 per cent power: 158 kts (293 km/h)
Cruising speed at 10,000 ft (3050 m) 75 per cent power: 145 kts (269 km/h)
Cruise @ 65% power @ 8,000ft: 133 kts
Cruise @ 65% pwr @ 18,000ft: 145 kts
Fuel flow @ 65% power @ 18,000ft: 75 pph
Endurance @ 65% power @ 18,000ft: 6.8 hr
Range at 20,000 ft (6 100 m) at 75 per cent power: 745 nm (1380 km)
Max range at 10,000 ft (3 050 m): 920 nm (1704 km).
Stalling speed clean: 54 kts.
Stall speed flaps down: 49 kts.
Turbulent air penetration speed: 111 kts.
Take-off distance to 50 ft (15,2 m): 1,475 ft (450 m)
Landing distance from 50 ft (15,2m): 1,350 ft (411 m).
Undercarriage: Fixed.
First built:1981.

2005 Cessna Turbo Skylane 182
Engine: Textron Lycoming TIO-540 AK1A, 235 hp @20,000 ft
TBO: 2000 hr
Fuel Type: 100/100LL
Propeller type: McCauley CS
Landing Gear type: Tri./Fixed
Max ramp weight: 3112 lb
Max landing weight: 2950 lb
Empty weight, std: 2017 lb
Max useful load: 1089 lb
Payload, full std. fuel: 567lb
Useful fuel, std: 87 USgals
Wingspan: 36 ft
Overall length: 29 ft
Height: 9 ft. 4 in.
Wing area: 174 sq. ft
Wing loading: 17.8 lbs./sq. ft
Power loading: 13.2 lbs./hp
Wheel size: 6.00 x 6 in
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin width: 42 to 44 in
Cabin height: 48.5 in
Cruise speed 88% power @ 12,500 ft: 158kt
Fuel consumption 88% power: 14.0 USgph
Vso: 49 kt
Best rate of climb (SL): 1040 fpm
Max operating altitude: 20,000 ft
Takeoff ground roll: 775 ft
Takeoff over 50-ft. obstacle: 1385 ft
Landing ground roll: 590 ft
Landing over 50-ft. obstacle: 1350 ft

2008 Cessna Turbo Skylane
Engine: Lycoming TIO-540-AK1A, 250 hp
TBO: 1700 hr
Fuel type: 100/100LL
Propeller: CS McCauley
Undercarriage; Fixed/Retractable
Max ramp weight (lbs.): 3112
Gross weight (lbs.): 3100
Landing weight (lbs.): 2950
Empty weight, std. (lbs.): 2082
Useful load, std. (lbs.): 1030
Payload, full std. fuel (lbs.): 508
Usable fuel, std. (gals.): 87
Wingspan (ft.): 36
Overall length (ft.): 29
Height: 9 ft. 4 in.
Wing area (sq. ft.): 174
Wing loading (lbs./sq. ft.): 17.8
Power loading (lbs./hp.): 13.2
Wheel size (in.): 6.00 x 6
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin width (in.): 42
Cabin height (in.): 48.5
Cruise speed, 88%, FL200: 176 kt
Cruise speed, 88%, 12,500 ft: 159 kt
Range@FL200 88% power: 763 nm
Range@FL200 45% power: 915 nm
Vso (kts.): 49
Best rate of climb, SL (fpm): 1040
Service ceiling (ft.): 20,000
Takeoff distance (ft.): 775
Takoff over 50 ft. obstacle (ft): 1385
Landing distance (ft.): 590
Landing over 50 ft. obstacle (ft): 1350   

Cessna Turbo Skylane RG II
Engine: Lycoming 0-540L3C5D, 235 hp
TBO hrs: 2000
Fuel type: 100LL
Propeller: Constant speed / 82 in
Landing gear type: Tri./Retr.
Max ramp weight (lbs.): 3112
Gross weight (lbs.): 3100
Landing weight (lbs.): 3100
Empty weight, std. (lbs.): 1815
Useful load, std. (lbs.): 1297
Usable fuel, std. (USgals.): 88
Wingspan: 36 ft.
Overall length: 28 ft. 7.5 in.
Height: 8 ft. 11 in.
Wing area (sq. ft.): 174
Wing loading (lbs./sq. ft.): 17.8
Power loading (lbs./hp.): 13.2
Wheel base: 5 ft. 4 in.
Wheel track (ft.): 9
Wheel size, nose (in.): 5
Wheel size, mains (in.): 6
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin width (in.): 42
Cabin height (in.): 48.5
Baggage capacity, two areas (lbs.): 120/80
Cruise speed 75% power: 128 kt
Max range (w/ reserve) 75% power: 444 nm
Max range (w/ reserve) 65% power: 487 nm
Max range (w/ reserve) 55% power: 522 nm
Vs (kts.): 45
Best rate of climb, SL (fpm): 667
Service ceiling (ft.): 15,100
Takeoff distance (ft.): 1135
Takeoff over 50-ft. obstacle (ft.): 1608
Landing distance (ft.): 920
Landing over 50-ft. obstacle (ft.): 1400   

Cessna 1979 182 Turbo Skylane RG

Engine: Lyc. O-540-L3C5D, 235 hp
TBO hr: 2000
Propeller: Const. spd.
Landing gear type: Tri/Retr.
Gross weight (lbs.): 3100
Empty weight, std. (lbs.): 1844
Useful load, std. (lbs.): 1256
Fuel (USgals.): 88
Wingspan: 35 ft. 10 in.
Overall length: 28 ft. 7.5 in.
Height: 8 ft. 11 in.
Wing area (sq. ft.): 174
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin width (in.): 42
Cabin height (in.): 48.5
Baggage capacity (lbs.): 200
Cruise speed 75% power: 173kt
Cruise speed 65% power: 162 kt
Max range (w/ reserve) 75% power: 825 nm
Max range (w/ reserve) 65% power: 905 nm
Fuel consumption 75% power: 14.2 USgph
Fuel consumption  65% power: 12.4 USgph
Estimated endurance (65% power with 1-hr. reserve): 6 hrs.
Stall speed (gear, flaps down) (knots): 50
Best rate of climb (fpm): 1040
Service ceiling (ft.): 20,000
Takeoff ground roll (ft.): 820
Landing ground roll (ft.): 600

Cessna 182 Texas Skyways O-550 Conversion
Engine:Continental O-550-F/TS, 285 hp
TBO hr: 2500
Fuel Type: 100LL
Propeller type: Hartzell/McCauley two- or three-blade
Landing Gear type: Tri/Fixed
Max ramp weight (lbs.): 2950/3100
Gross weight (lbs.): 2950/3100
Max landing weight (lbs.): 2950/3100
Empty weight, std. (lbs.): 1600
Usable fuel (USgals.): 74
Wingspan: 36 ft.
Overall length: 28 ft. 1.5 in.
Height: 9 ft. 2 in.
Wing area (sq. ft.): 174
Wing loading (lbs./sq. ft.): 16.9
Power loading (lbs./hp.): 10.6
Wheel track: 9 ft. 1 in.
Wheel size (in.): 6
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin width (in.): 42
Cabin height (in.): 48.5
Baggage capacity (lbs.): 120
Cruise speed @ 6,500 ft 75% power: 162 kts
Cruise speed @ 6,500 ft 65% power: 159 kts
Cruise speed @ 6,500 ft 55% power: 148 kts
Max range (w/ reserve)(88 USgal) 75% power: 850 nm
Max range (w/ reserve)(88 USgal) 65% power: 976 nm
Max range (w/ reserve)(88 USgal) 55% power: 1084 nm
Fuel consumption 75% power: 15 USgph
Fuel consumption 65% power: 13 USgph
Fuel consumption 55% power: 11 USgph
Estimated endurance (65%) (1-hr. reserve) (hrs): 5.7
Vs (kts.): 50
Vso (kts.): 45
Best rate of climb (fpm): 1600
Takeoff ground roll (ft.): 400
Landing ground roll (ft.): 600
Max level speed (knots): 170

2004 Cessna Skylane 182T
230 hp @SL
Gross weight (lbs.): 3110
Wing loading (lbs./sq. ft.): 17.8
Power loading (lbs./hp.): 13.5
Cruise speed, 80% power @ 6000 ft. (kts.): 145
Range, 75% power @ 6000 ft. (nm): 968
Fuel Capacity (USgals.) 88
Best rate of climb, SL (fpm): 924
Takeoff distance (ft.): 795
Landing distance (ft.): 590

Cessna 182 SMA Diesel Skylane
Engine: SMA SR305-230, 230 hp
TBO hrs: 2000
Fuel type: Jet A
Propeller: MT/CS
Landing gear type: Tri./Fixed
Gross weight (lbs.): 2950
Landing weight (lbs.): 2950
Empty weight, std. (lbs.): 1843
Useful load, std. (lbs.): 1007
Payload, full std. fuel (lbs.): 479
Useful fuel, std. (USgals.): 88
Wingspan: 35 ft. 10 in.
Overall length: 28 ft.
Height: 79 ft. 3 in.
Wing area (sq. ft.): 183.4
Wing loading (lbs./sq. ft.): 16.1
Power loading (lbs./hp.): 12.8
Wheel size (in.): 6.00 x 6
Seating capacity: 4
Cabin doors: 2
Cabin width (in.): 43
Cabin height (in.): 47   
Max cruise speed SL: 129 kt
Max cruise speed @ 10,000 ft.: 138 kt
Max cruise speed @ 12,500 ft.: 140 kt
Fuel consumption 100%: 12.4 USgph
Fuel consumption 85% power: 8.9 USgph
Fuel consumption 65% power: 6.6 USgph
Vso (kts.): 45
Best rate of climb (SL fpm): 1000
Maximum operating altitude (ft.): 12,500
Takeoff ground roll (ft.): 780
Takeoff over 50-ft. obstacle (ft.): 1440
Landing ground roll (ft.): 590
Landing over 50-ft. obstacle (ft.): 1350

 

182 JT-A
Fuel: Diesel

 

 


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