Cessna 180

The Cessna 180 is a four or six-seat, fixed conventional gear general aviation airplane which was produced between 1953 and 1981. Despite the fact that this design is no longer in production, many Cessna 180 models are still in use, particularly in utility roles.

This variant was introduced as the heavier, more powerful compliment to the Cessna 170, and eventually adopted the name "Skywagon". Interestingly, the Cessna 180 gained recognition as the aircraft chosen by the first woman pilot to successfully fly around the world.

Cessna

Characteristics

Brand

Model

180

Seats

4 seats max

Average price

£175 / h

Flights with Cessna 180

1 flight found with Cessna 180