N21205 - Cessna 182P


Members $159.00 per hour (wet)


GPS Garmin 430W

GMA340 – Audio Panel
Garmin Com Nav 2
Garmin GTX 345 WAAS - ADS-B In/Out Transponder


Fluid Capacities

Fuel 84 Total Gallons, 79 Usable Gallons
Oil 8 Quarts

Engine, Electrical, and Wing Span

Engine(s) Type Teledyne Continential O-470-S 230 BHP at 2600 RPM
Single or Multi Engine Single Engine
Thrust Provided By 82 Inch Constant-Speed Propeller
Electrical System 14 Volt System with Alternator
Wing Span Feet
Landing Gear Fixed


Maxium At Sea Level 148 Knots
Vne (Never Exceed) 176 KIAS
Vno (Max Structural Cruising) 141 KIAS
Vx (Best Angle Of Climb) 70 Knots
Vy (Best Rate Of Climb) 87 Knots


No cruise information is available for this aircraft.

Rate of Climb

Sea Level 890 Feet Per Minute

Ground Roll Distances

Takeoff 705 Feet
Landing 590 Feet

Stall Speeds

Vs0 (Flaps Up, Power Off)
56 Knots
Vs1 (Flaps Down, Power Off) 50 Knots

Service Ceiling

Service Ceiling 17,700 Feet MSL


Maximum Ramp Weight 2950 Pounds
Maximum Takeoff Weight 2950 Pounds
Maximum Landing Weight 2950 Pounds
Standard Empty Weight 1707 Pounds
Maximum Useful Load 1243 Pounds
Baggage Allowance 200 Pounds


No documentation has been uploaded for this aircraft.

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Front Range Flight School
at Colorado Air and Space Port (KCFO)
37501 Cessna Way
Watkins, CO. 80137
Phone: (720) 646-2350

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