1977 CESSNA 182Q II Skylane

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Single engine piston aircraft with fixed landing gear. The 182Q II Skylane seats up to 3 passengers plus 1 pilot.

Performance specifications


1 x 235 HP

Best Cruise Speed:

157 KIAS

Best Range (i):

743 NM

Fuel Burn @ 75%:

13.0 GPH

Stall Speed:


Rate of climb:

965 FPM


20,000 FT

Takeoff distance:

790 FT

Landing distance:

590 FT

Takeoff distance over 50ft obstacle:

1,475 FT

Landing distance over 50ft obstacle:

1,350 FT


Gross Weight:

3,100 LBS

Empty Weight:

1,781 LBS

Maximum Payload:

966 LBS

Fuel capacity:

92 GAL

Ownership costs

1977 Typical Price:


Total Cost of Ownership:


Total Fixed Cost


Annual inspection cost:




Weather service:




Miscellaneous expenses:


Refurbishing and modernization:




Total Variable Cost (101.9 Hrs)
Cost Per Hour = $114.28
Cost Per Mile = $0.73


Fuel cost per hour:
(13.0 gallons/hr @ $5.40/gal)


Oil cost per hour:


Overhaul reserves:


Hourly maintenance:


Misc: landing, parking, supplies,
catering, etc


Engine (x1)






235 HP

Overhaul (HT):

2,000 Hrs

Years before overhaul:


Also Consider

CESSNA R182RG Turbo Skylane II (1979 - 1986)

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Typical Price: $89,504.00
Total Cost of Ownership: $17,544.17
Best Cruise: 173 KIAS ( 16 )
Best Range: 845 NM ( 102 )
Fuelburn: 13.0 GPH ( 0.0 )

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