Sundance Flying Club
C182 N5302N

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C182 N5302N at KPAO

The overwhelming success of the Cessna Skylane can be summed up in one word: practicality. Although it's not the best at any one thing - flying fast, hauling a lot, short field work, economy - it does each of those well enough to be a sensible choice for many pilots who really use an airplane for going places. - Aviation Consumer's Used Aircraft Guide. N5302N is an unusual C182Q in that it has an Aspen glass panel. This, coupled with its Garmin GNS430W GPS, make it a Technically Advanced Aircraft (TAA).

GPS/Nav/Comm 1 - Garmin GNS430W
Nav/Comm 2 - Cessna 300 Nav/Comm
PFD - Aspen Evolution PRO 1000
DME - King
Autopilot - Cessna 300 Navomatic
Audio Panel - PS 7000B
Tie Down:Q15
Pilot Requirement:Private Pilot with High Performance endorsement or better. 125 total hours, 25 hours in C182 or 5 - 10 hours dual to proficiency. Attendance at a ground school is required prior to proficiency flights.
Currency:3 Hours flight in last 90 days. 3 takeoffs and landings in C182 in last 90 days.
Documents:Garmin GNS 430W manuals
Aspen PFD Pilot Guide
PS Engineering Audio Panel pilot guide
Weight & Balance

Sundance Flying Club Weight & Balance Tool

  Left Right Total Arm Moment (lb-in/1000)
Empty Aircraft lb in
Front Seats lb lb lb in
Center Seats lb lb lb in
Rear Seats lb lb lb in
Fuel   ( gal max) gal gal gal in
Weight    lb lb lb
Baggage lb lb in
Aft Baggage lb lb in
Totals lb in

Weight/Balance Status
go-nogo decision

Equipment Notes
Weight and Balance Details
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Plot Legend

  • Red - Take-off weight/CG and zero fuel weight/CG
  • Orange - Basic Empty Weight and Arm

Questions? Comments? Errors? Please contact David Jacobowitz at Sundance W&B v.0.1.4
Modified 1 October 2009