Cessna 150

Slovak National Aeroclub

Cessna 150 is a two-seat, single engine, all-metal high-wing airplane. The aircraft is primarily used for flight training and recreational flying. The airplane is equipped for day VFR flights.

The base model Cessna 150 is powered by a four – cylinder carbureted 100 horsepower (74,6 kW) Continental engine, and equipped with a two-blade fixed pitch McCauley propeller.

The engine runs on a fuel Avgass 100 LL. The Cessna 150 prototype first flew on September 12, 1957, with production commencing in September 1958 at Cessna’s Wichita, Kansas, plant.

 Cessna 150
CountrySlovak Republic
Operated bySlovak National Aeroclub
Length (m)7,3
Height (m)2,6
Wingspan (m)10,2
Maximum take-off weight (kg)730
The maximum ceiling (m) 4300
Maximum range (km)678
Maximum speed (km/h)198
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