Peo Stri: Interoperable Simulation, Training, and Testing Solutions

February 21, 2011

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Aero-TV: The Cessna Skycatcher – Testing the Aircraft Across Country

July 24, 2010

Test Pilot Kirby Ortega Discusses the Advantages of Cessna’s New LSA At the 2009 AOPA Summit, attendees experienced an up-close encounter with Cessnas newest aircraft to enter the LSA market. Since the announcement of the 162 Skycatcher program in 2007, Cessna has received over 1000 orders. A two-place, single-engine piston, high-wing aircraft, the Skycatcher is a strong contender in the training market. Powered by the Continental O-200D 100-hp engine, the 162 Skycatcher weighs in at an extremely light 830 pounds empty weight, 280 pounds less than the 150. As a result, the aircraft features a cruise speed up to 118 knots and a maximum range of 470 nautical miles. After departing from San Diego’s King Schools, where the first production-conforming Skycatcher had been stationed during the development of Cessna’s pilot training curriculum, Chief Test Pilot Kirby Ortega flew the aircraft to Tampa, Florida. The three-day journey allowed Ortega to become more familiar with the aircraft’s handling and features, including the all-new Garmin G300 avionics system. With the increase in situational awareness and decrease in heads-down time, the G300 provides a great educational advantage for both students and instructors alike. The 162 arrived at the AOPA Summit as part of Cessna’s demonstration of its new Internet-based flight training software, available through Cessna’s Pilot Center network and developed in conjunction with Kings Schools. The web-training program, coupled with the

RC F-18 High Alpha Flight Training! (see sidebar)

October 23, 2009

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