N739ZP - Cessna 172N

This 1978 aircraft is a great C172N and is one of the newest additions to the fleet. N739ZP is a well-equipped aircraft and makes an excellent VFR and IFR trainer as well as a very reliable airplane to build time in.

PRICING

Members $133.00 per hour (wet)

AVIONICS

GPS Garmin 430 WAAS
Avionics

PMA 8000 Audio Panel
Garmin 255 Com Nav 2
Garmin GTX 345 ADS-B Equipped Transponder (Bluetooth Enabled)

PERFORMANCE

Fluid Capacities

Fuel 43 Total Gallons, 40 Usable Gallons
Oil 7 Quarts

Engine, Electrical, and Wing Span

Engine(s) Type Avco Lycoming O-320-H2AD/160 BHP at 2700 RPM
Single or Multi Engine Single Engine
Thrust Provided By 75 Inch Fixed-Pitch Propeller
Electrical System 24 Volt with Alternator
Wing Span 36 Feet
Landing Gear Fixed

Speeds

Maxium At Sea Level 125 Knots
Cruise, 75% Power at 8,000 Feet 122 Knots
Vne (Never Exceed) 160 KIAS
Vno (Max Structural Cruising) 128 KIAS
Vx (Best Angle Of Climb) 60 Knots
Vy (Best Rate Of Climb) 70 Knots

Cruise

Range - 75% Power at 8,000 Feet

485 Nautical Miles (estimated; 40 gallons usable fuel)

Time - 75% Power at 8,000 Feet 4.1 Hours (estimated; 40 gallons usable fuel)
Maximum Range - 10,000 Feet 575 Nautical Miles (estimated; 40 gallons usable fuel)
Maximum Time - 10,000 Feet 5.7 Hours (estimated; 40 gallons usable fuel)

Rate of Climb

Sea Level 770 Feet Per Minute

Ground Roll Distances

Takeoff 805 Feet
Landing 520 Feet

Stall Speeds

Vs0 (Flaps Up, Power Off)
47 Knots
Vs1 (Flaps Down, Power Off) 41 Knots

Service Ceiling

Service Ceiling 14,200 Feet MSL

Weights

Maximum Ramp Weight 2300 Pounds
Maximum Takeoff Weight 2300 Pounds
Maximum Landing Weight 2300 Pounds
Standard Empty Weight 1379 Pounds
Maximum Useful Load 921 Pounds
Baggage Allowance 120 Pounds

Documentation

The documentation provided below may be from a third-party or may not be up to date - please use caution if using it for flight planning.
Weights and Balanceshttps://www.frontrangeflightschool.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/N739ZP-Weight-and-Balance.pdf

Disclaimer: Information on this site may not be accurate or current and is not valid for flight planning or any other aircraft operations. No warranty of fitness for any purpose is made or implied. Flight planning or any other aircraft operations should only be done using official technical information provided by the manufacturer or FAA.

Introductory Flight

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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
info@frontrangeflightschool.com

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