the average take of speed is about 60 to 70 mph
The Cessna 152 American airplane is a two-seat general aviation airplane. It was first introduced in 1977 and built by the company Cessna. Its top speed was 203 km/h.
Yes, a Cessna 152 is considered a light sport and recreational aircraft.
There are many places where one can purchase a Cessna 152 aircraft. One can purchase a Cessna 152 aircraft at popular on the web sources such as Trade a Plane and Controller.
Depends on your definition of performance. For speed or economy, either the SR-71 or the Cessna 152.
Generally for a small Cessna 152 the rotation speed is 50 kias. For larger jets I am not sure but it's a start
The Aerobat version of the Cessna 152 was designed, built, and certified, to withstand higher stress loads in order to perform aerobatics. While the Cessna 152 was designed to withstand up to 4.4 Gs (4.4 times the force of gravity), aerobatic aircraft are built to withstand 6 Gs or more; sometimes 9 Gs or more. Increased structural support usually results in an increased empty weight.
Very fast lol
Yes. They are both the same 2-seater airplane, but the 152 has a different, and slightly more powerful engine.
They range from about $25,000 to $40,000
Cessna manufactures airplanes ranging from the small 152, to the Citation. Unfortunately, you would have to be more specific in your question.
The Cessna Citation X could do that in about 1 hour. It would take the Cessna 152 about 5 hours
A small Airplane it is basicly a cessna 152 check it online
The 150 and 152 both have 2 blade propellers.
The earlier models of the Cessna 150 had a straight up vertical stabilizer and no back window. Later models had a slanted vertical stabilizer and back windows. The Cessna 152 was introduced in 1977 with a slightly higher horsepower engine, slanted vertical stabilizer, and back windows. The 152's cabin is 3 inches wider, and Cessna upgraded from the 150's 100 horsepower Continental O-200 engine to the 108 horsepower Lycoming O-235-L2C engine. The cruise speed for the 152 is between 100-110 MPH. The 150 is about 97 MPH. Cessna 150's make better stol aircraft as they have flaps that extend to 40 degrees while the 152 only goes to 30. Flap extension on the Cessna 152 was reportedly restricted to only 30 degrees as a safety precaution, in case the flaps could not be retracted during a go-around (aborted landing). -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In the 150, only the L in STOL applies! It should be SL...period. Also, the wider cabin appeared in 1967. I used to own a '67 Cessna 150, Good time builder, but don't plan on getting anywhere fast. Not too comfortable for pilots with long legs too. On long X-country, you could sit in the middle, left foot on the left side rudder pedal, and right foot on the right side right rudder pedal, just to be able to stretch your legs. ------------------------------ My C150L had a normal cruise speed of 115 mph at 75% power, 6 gph. If you really need the T in STOL, check into the Texas Taildragger version, with the larger O-320 engine.
68.9460402 kilograms = 152 lb335.102639 pounds = 152 kg
Cessna are the manufacturers of light aircraft and biz Jets, Many of the aircraft are produced in the US with the exception of the upcoming 162 model which will be made in China. Cessna itself is a division of Textron who also own Bell Hellicopters. Cessna Have Produced models from the infamous training aircraft; the 152 from the Citation Bussiness Jet. Cessna's can typicaly be found at flight training schools, They are comparable to Piper Aircraft. I fly a 152 and it is a single engine light aircraft, very controlable and comfortable. For further reading try googling Cessna. Hope this helps
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with a cessna 152 a 2 seater it will cost about £4000 a year
His weight is 152 Pounds
YES AND NO. Firstly, the 152 is a more forgiving aircraft, but many people prefer the Tomahawk (PA38) for it's techniques. In terms of performance: Cessna 152- 110HP engine. 90KT cruise speed. 14,000 Service ceiling. 800FPM climb PA38- 115HP engine. 118KT cruise speed. 13,000 Service ceiling. 750FPM climb. So, the 152 is nicer to fly as it climbs quicker, but when in the cruise, the PA38 is faster. I would recommend flying the 152. It is a better aircraft to train in and also VERY stable. I agree, C152 everytime. the fact that a lot of flying instructors refer to the PA38 as either a Terrorhawk, or Traumahawk is a clue to it's popularity.
Larger aircraft have larger wings, larger wings create more lift. Also, a small aircraft's descent speed is (for example: a Cessna 152) <65kts, a Boeing 747's descent speed is 150-180kts.
152 k/ph all stock im weight around 90 to 110..