Wednesday, February 17, 2010

CESSNA AG “CARRYALL”


1972–79



STANDARD DATA: Seats 2. Gross wt. 3,350. Emptywt. 1,895. Fuel capacity 88. Engine 300-hp Teledyne Continental fuel injected.
PERFORMANCE: Top mph 148. Cruise mph 140. Stall mph 56. Initial climb rate 845. Range 650. Ceiling 13,400. Takeoff distance (50') 1,450. Landing distance (50') 1,400.

Based on the Model 185, the AG Carryall was introduced in 1971 as a multipurpose aircraft capable of performing both agricultural and general purpose duties. It is perfect for farmers who require both spraying capabilities and transportation. The AG Carryall is fitted with dual seating but has optional arrangements for four to six. It also features spray booms and a 151-gallon chemical tank. The most recent models have been equipped with an improved electrical system and an increased flap-extension speed. In 1979, the fuel tanks were enlarged to carry up to 88 gallons for extended range. Removable spray booms allow conversion from sprayplane to transportation airplane. Its Camber-Lift wing Land-O-Matic gear and Para-Lift flap give the AG Carryall the stability, maneuverability, and performance required for agricultural flying.



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