" The Cessna Skylane RG (retractable gear) appeared in the late 1970s.
It evolved from the Model 172, better known today as the Skyhawk. Cessna built more than 2,000 Skylane RGs before production ended in 1987, making the Skylane and its siblings some of the most widely produced airplanes in history.
The Skylane RG features a retractable, tricycle-style landing gear and a constant speed propeller. It remains a popular personal and training aircraft. "
- Length: 28 ft 7.5 in (8.72 m)
- Height: 8 ft 11 in (2.72 m)
- Wingspan: 36 ft (10.97 m)
- Max Rate of Climb at Sea Level: 1140 ft/min (347 m/min)
- Service Ceiling: 14300 ft (4359 m)
- Maximum Speed: 160 knots
- Cruise, 75% Power at 7500 ft: 156 knots
- Stall Speed Clean: 54 knots
- Stall Speed Flaps/Gear Down: 50 knots
The Virtual cockpit dials are cosmetic only, they don't function.