Thu, Apr 23, 2009
Cessna Aircraft is now offering the option to order a new
Skyhawk with the Crew/Cockpit Resource Management (CRM) training
seat. The CRM training seat is a single, forward facing seat
positioned aft and center of the pilot and co-pilot seats.
“This new seat configuration option for the Skyhawk was
designed with airline training schools and university flight
programs in mind,” said John Doman, vice president of
Worldwide Propeller Aircraft Sales. “Moving the second
student forward and to the center of the aircraft increases his or
her visibility of the flight deck and allows the student to be more
involved in the flight as a crew member versus a
Additional benefits to the CRM training seat are a 27-pound
useful payload increase, expanded utility category envelope and
possible lower insurance costs.
The Skyhawk has become the best-selling, most-flown airplane in
the world with more than 43,000 delivered.
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