Cessna 172H - 1/8th Share at Shoreham - £42 per hour dry United Kingdom
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Cessna FR172H Reims £5000 ono
A 1/8th group share has become available in a very well maintained Reims built Cessna 172. It is an easy transition from a club C150 or C152. The aircraft is hangered at Shoreham where it conveniently situated for easy access right next to the car park.
She has two brand new 833Ghz VHF radios, is fully IMC equipped, and also includes a Bendix King colour GPS for safe airspace navigation. She has moderately low engine hours as the original engine was changed in May 2010 for a factory zero hours unit. This aircraft is more like a C182 Skylane than a standard 172 having the powerful Rolls-Royce 210hp fuel injected Continental engine (No carb heat operation required!) and with the short three bladed variable pitch prop and 40 degree Fowler flaps, she has great short field performance for farm strip flying. She can lift four 85kg adults plus baggage and carry that on a six hour endurance flight which makes her the perfect utility vehicle for safe and secure group touring. In summary, stacks of power and great performance!
The lovely aircraft has been regularly and professionally serviced by KB Engineering based at Shoreham.
- 120 knot cruise, great touring aircraft
- 2 x Brand New 833 VHF Radios
- 1 x Dual VOR,/ILS, dual ASI
- 1 x Bendix/King Nav/Comm, ADF and DME
- 1 x Bendix King GPS, Mode C Transponder
- 1 x 4 Place intercom and audio
- 4 x Lifejackets
- 1 x 4 man life raft
- 2 x headsets
- 1 x fly away tie down kit
- 1 x lockable storage cupboard in hangar for leaving your gear
- 1 x Web booking with good availability
- 1 x Very thorough service history with logbooks
(Looked after and cared for by friendly well established group)
Ongoing costs £100 per month and £42 dry per hour flown. Cruise Fuel Burn around 25lts/hr.
1/8 share valued at £6k but offers around £5k considered for prompt sale
I am only selling because I have purchased my own aeroplane.
There are many good reasons why this reliable, versatile, rugged aircraft remains “the most built aircraft in history” with around 43,000 of them having been manufactured and still being built 62 years on!: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cessna_172
For further details, feel free to call Ben on (07764)500507