The Cessna 182 is and has been the backbone of skydiving for decades. The majority of skydiving centers around the world operate these workhorses. A beauty of a design, the Cessna 182 holds four skydivers and delivers them up to 9,000 feet in under 15 minutes. While not as sexy as the King Air, she's old reliable and nearly every skydiving center has one.
N5328B is a 1956 Cessna 182 with a 230 horse power engine and usually averages 119 mph.
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