Crew: One or two

Capacity: Four passengers

Height 48 in (1.22 m)

Width 40 in (1.00 m)

Length 11 ft 10 in (3.61 m)

Range: 640 nmi

The Cessna Skyhawk Private Aircraft is the ultimate training aircraft and the most popular single-engine aircraft ever built. With the Garmin G1000 and GFC 700 autopilot, it delivers an intuitive cockpit experience matched with a highly durable air-frame with forgiving flying characteristics. This superior platform is ideally suited to learn the skills needed to become a true pilot in command.

cessna Skyhawk
The Cessna Skyhawk Private Aircraft is roomy enough to be comfortable, though there's still some elbow bumping between friends. Two large cabin doors make loading, unloading, entering, and exiting easy and unobstructed.

Pilots and passengers of the Skyhawk will enjoy high-quality leather, contoured seats, customized LED lighting, advanced soundproofing, as well as top-rate multilevel ventilation and air controls.

cessna Skyhawk inside
An optional satellite radio offers ongoing entertainment with your favorite music or radio shows. Optional three-seat training configuration.

Tinted Birk Aerosystems sun visors reduce cockpit glare and eye fatigue. A floor-mounted chart and cup holder console puts the essentials easily within reach.

cessna Skyhawk seating
The engineering team designed the Skyhawk’s cockpit with the latest in avionic technology and the most advanced application of ergonomic sciences available.

The flight deck is powered by the Garmin G1000 avionics suite, including optional integrated Garmin Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT) and an automatic flight control system.

cessna Skyhawk charter
Two 10.4-inch, high-resolution liquid crystal displays show flight instrumentation, traffic data, digital altitude, moving maps, navigation, communication, and other real-time flight-critical data.

cessna Skyhawk cockpit
Lycoming piston-aircraft engines currently power more than half the world’s general aviation fleet and are known for reliability and durability. This horizontally opposed, air-cooled, four-cylinder, fuel-injected aircraft engine provides the power of 180 horses.

The Cessna Skyhawk Private Aircraft start’s at $400 per hour and up. The Cessna Skyhawk Private Aircraft.

The iconic Kansas-based airplane maker has turned out more than 40,000 of the sheet-metal birds since the model's debut in 1956, and the utilitarian singles continue to roll down the line and out the hangar doors.


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