How many seats does a Cessna 185 have?

How many seats does a Cessna 185 have?

Cessna 185 Skywagon/Number of seats

The Cessna 185 Skywagon is a six-seat, single-engined, general aviation light aircraft manufactured by Cessna.

How fast does a Cessna 185 fly?

287 km/h
Cessna 185 Skywagon/Top speed

What’s the difference between a Cessna 180 and a Cessna 185?

The main difference between the Cessna 180 and 185 is engine power. The Cessna 180 has a carbureted Continental 0-470-U engine rated at 230 horsepower. The Cessna 185 has a fuel-injected Continental IO-520-D engine rated at 260 horsepower.

What engine is in a Cessna 185?

Reciprocating engine
Cessna 185 Skywagon/Engine types

How many Cessna 180 have been built?


Cessna 180 Skywagon
Produced 1953–1981
Number built 6,193
Variants St-Just Cyclone St-Just Super-Cyclone
Developed into Cessna 182 Skylane Cessna 185 Skywagon

When was the last Cessna 185 built?

The Cessna 185 was first made in 1961 and ended its production run in 1985.

Are there any amphibious models of the Cessna 185?

Amphibious or Straight models are available for the Cessna 185. Maybe your Cessna 185 has seen better days. With a full service Refinishing and Interiors department we can get her looking good as new.

What is the empty weight of a Cessna 185?

Also known as the Skywagon, the Cessna 185 is a six-seat, single-engine, general aviation light aircraft. The capacity of the 185 is one crew member and five passengers. The empty weight is 1748 lb (793 kg) and the gross weight is 3350 lb (1520 kg).

Is the Cessna A185E in good condition?

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Where did the Cessna 185 Skywagon crash in Florida?

On August 19, 1989, a Cessna A185E Skywagon registered N95KW crashed shortly after a balked landing at Coastal Airport, located near Myrtle Grove, Florida. The pilot’s seat latch slipped on the railing, causing the pilot to unintentionally stall the aircraft.