There are many different variants of the Cessna 172. But in general they rotate (take off) at around 65 to 70 mph.
Skyhawk is the name given to the Cessna 172. The 180 has a more powerful engine, variable speed prop, and is slightly larger than the 172. The biggest visual difference is the landing gear. The cessna 180 is a tail dragger while the 172 has tricycle gear.
160 knots or 185 miles per hour (max or "never exceed speed") this aircraft is not capable of this speed in level flight. The maximum speed in level flight is around 125 knots.
Basic empty weight 667kgs. Max take off weight 1043 kgs
No. The Cessna 172 is a single engine aircraft. It has a 4 seat cabin.
The 172 is an older, and smaller model than the 182.
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is a small light aircraft first flown in 1955. Images of the Cessna 172 Skyhawk can be found on line and in aircraft industry literature.
If you mean, "What is the Vne (Never Exceed Speed) of a Cessna 172?" the answer is 163 KIAS. KIAS means Knots Indicated Air Speed.
The Vr (rotation for takeoff) speed of a Cessna 172 is around 55 kts. The final approach speed is around 60 kts. When landing pilots strive to stall the airplane at the same time that the wheels touch the ground this happens at around 50 kts.
The Cessna 172 has slotted flaps.
In landing configuration (full flaps), the stall speed is 40 knots (indicated airspeed). With flaps up it is 48 knots.
The ceiling height of a Cessna 172 is 13,500 ft. The optimum altitude for maximum range is 12,000 ft.
The most successful airplane ever developed is the Cessna 172. More Cessna 172's have been produced than any other airplane. Since 1956 more than 43,000 Cessna 172's have been built.
Cessna Aircraft model 172 or C-172 for short.
Vr 55 Vx 68 Vy 73
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The Cessna 205/206/207 differs from the 172/182 in several ways. It is bigger, heavier, and more powerful for a start. Without going into all the specific details, you can put it this way. If the Cessna 172/182 is the sedan of the sky, then the Cessna 205/206/207 is the SUV of the sky. The most important difference for a pilot is that the 300 hp powerplant and constant speed prop of the 205-series will require the pilot to hold the high-performance and complex aircraft endorsements. The 172 has a smaller engine and a fixed prop, so these endorsements are not required for it.