The Cessna 152 succeeded the popular Cessna 150. Just as its forerunner, its main application was for pilot training. Users appreciated its wider cockpit and more powerful engine. Our C152 is approved for aerobatics, which further benefits the pilot being trained. The C-152 version has a slightly more powerful, 110-horsepower Lycoming engine. Its normal cruising speed is 180 km/h with a maximum range of 880 km and the airplane can climb to altitudes of 3 850 metres.

The aircraft is used primarily for:

  • improving piloting technique
  • spin recovery and prevention