Hangers D5 - D6
12BC is a 1973 Model Cessna 182 Papa, w/a 1-axis autopilot and built-in 4-place intercom.
2BC is equipped with a complete Reiff preheat system. This system includes heaters on the battery, oil sump, and each cylinder. As a general rule, we should keep it plugged in continuously during the months of December thru March, and other times as needed.
AVEMCO Insurance hours requirements in make & model for the 182 are...
-If one has less than 100 hours total time, one must have logged a minimum of 10 hours in 182's.
-If one has more than 100 hours total time, one must have logged a minimum of 5 hours in 182's.
Complete insurance requirements are on the bulletin board in hangar D-5.
2BC has a Useful Load of 1,151 pounds.
Refer to page 4-6 of your Skylane owner's manual for Weight & balance loading calculations, and utilize the following data...
-Licensed Empty Weight is 1,799 pounds,
-Moment, divided by 1,000, is 66.3.
-2BC is equipped with long range tanks, total usable fuel 79 gallons.
-2BC is equipped with a Lynx NGT-9000 ADS-B unit with weather and traffic.
-2BC is equipped with a Garmin 430 GPS IFR ready, transponder, DME and altitude encoding, therefore the flight plan equipment suffix is "slant golf."
-2BC is equipped with a digital carburetor temperature gauge to guard against carburetor icing, as well as a Graphic Engine Monitor as an "eye" into the health of your engine as well as assisting in proper leaning.
2BC's color is yellow on white.
Dry time rate is $60.00 per tachometer hour.
Fuel is billed at 14 gph.
Minimum octane fuel is 80-octane.
Note, 100LL fuel may be used, but no KATS savings rebate will apply.
Engine type is a Continental O-470-R25B, rated at 230 HP. Engine recommended TBO is 1,500 hours.
This information updated on May 22nd, 1999. Weight & Balance data was from latest Weight & Balance sheet dated Feb 15th, 1999.
Aircraft serial number is 18261895.
4869G is a 1980 Model Cessna 172 November, with a 2-axis S-TEC autopilot with altitude hold, and a 3M WX-8 stormscope. 69G is normally parked in Hangar D-6.
AVEMCO Insurance hours requirements are on the bulletin board in hangar D-5.
69G has a Useful Load of 813.45 pounds.
-Empty Weight is 1486.55 (weighed on 21July2005 by OSU maintenance) pounds.
-Moment, divided by 1000, is 58.0.
-69G is equipped with standard tanks, total usable fuel 40 gallons.
-69G is equipped with an Garmin GNS 430 GPS, which is a full WAAS enabled model with database data card currency.
-69G is equipped with a Lynx NGT-9000 ADS-B transponder with traffic and weather.
-69G is also equipped with a Graphic Engine Monitor.
69G's color is green & gold stripes on white. Dry time rate is $36 per tachometer hour. Fuel is billed at 9 gph. Minimum octane fuel is 100-octane.Engine type is a Lycoming 0-320 Series rated @ 160 HP.
Aircraft serial number is 17273416
Central Ohio Flyers Association established 1966.