Aircraft

Cirrus SR-20


The Cirrus SR-20 is a state-of-the-art, technically advanced aircraft, constructed primarily of composite materials and designed to be aerodynamically efficient. The single engine, low-wing monoplane comfortably seats four people, including a crew of one or two. The SR-20 is FAA certified for day, night, VFR, and IFR flight.

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Number in Fleet
26

Primary Use
Private, commercial, and instrument instruction

Engine
Teledyne Continental IO-360-E (200BHP @ 2700RPM)

Fuel Capacity
56 gal

Weight
2050 lbs (Standard Empty)
3000 lbs (Max Takeoff)
950 lbs (Max Useful Load)

Dimensions
26' Long
9'2" High
35'6" Wing Span
135.2 ft2 Wing Area

Speed
160 kts (Max @ Sea Level)
157 kts (Cruise, 80% Power @ 8000 ft)

Stall Speed
56 kts (Flaps Down, Power Off)
65 kts (Flaps Up, Power Off)

Cruising Range
5.4 hr, 768 nm (55% Power @ 10,000 ft)
4 hr, 627 nm (75% Power @ 8,000 ft)

Max Operating Altitude
17,500 ft

Takeoff Distance
2,064 ft (Total Distance over 50 ft Obstacle)

Landing Distance
2,040 ft (Total Distance Over 50 ft Obstacle)


College of Aviation
Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5314 USA
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