The online, multimedia course is “designed to quickly familiarize current or future pilots with the features, limitations, and operating characteristics of the Cessna 172,” according to company officials. “Using 172N and 172S models as sample airplanes, important aircraft systems, limitations, and maneuvers are covered.”
Six Pack Aero has received a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for its Legacy XL Panel System, a new replacement stationary panel for Cessna 172 models E through M that allows for the installation of a 10-inch Primary Flight Display (PFD) without compromising the structure of the airframe, according to company officials.
The exhaust risers can be installed on Cessna 172Q and 172R and S models with Lycoming O-360 and IO-360 engines.
The new bracket provides a tighter fit and longer service life than the original part, according to company officials.
The 1:72 scale model features printed graphics, landing gear, see-through cockpit, and a rotating propeller.
New Tail Slide helps prevent damage from an accidental tail strike.
The PMA covers the 172, the 172R, 172S, and the 177 Cardinal.
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is the world’s most widely produced aircraft with more than 44,000 built. And it’s the focus of a new video in the Behind the Wings series from PBS with host Matthew Burchette from the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum. The 26-minute video shows Matthew flying with a Metropolitan […]
Ellexis Green submitted the following photo and note: “‘Rocky’ our Cessna 172-M resting on Atlantic Aviation’s ramp at Corpus Christi International Airport (KCRP) in Texas. Rocky gained his name from Rocky Balboa (from the Rocky movies,) but our South Texas Flying Club members connected it to Rocky the Flying Squirrel from the Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoons.” […]