Aircraft N53120 Data

Browse by Manufacturer

1 aircraft record found.
N53120

1978 Cessna 177RG C/N 177RG1349

Discuss this aircraft in forum
Latest photos of N53120
  • N53120 - nice - by KAT by KAT
  • N53120 - nice - by KAT by KAT
  • N53120 - Nice - by KAT by KAT

Airframe Info

Manufacturer:Cessna
Model:177RG    Search all Cessna 177RG
Year built:1978
Construction Number (C/N):177RG1349
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing single engine
Number of Seats:4
Number of Engines:1
Engine Type:Reciprocating
Engine Manufacturer and Model:Lycoming IO-360-A1B6D

Aircraft

Registration Number:N53120
Mode S (ICAO24) Code:A6B6DB
Certification Class:Standard
Certification Issued:2007-01-25
Air Worthiness Test:2008-05-20
Last Action Taken:2007-01-25
Current Status:Deregistered
Registration Cancel Date:2010-03-10

Owner

Registration Type:Individual
Address:Barboursville, WV 25504
United States
Region:Eastern

User Comments

Philp Fisher, 2008-08-26 00:00:00
 This is my airplane. Some information that you have listed here is not correct. For example you have two photos. The red airplane is clearly not mine. It is a fixed gear. Mine is a retractible. Mine is the grey and white RG. Also, you have it listed as "Experimental". It is not an experimental. It is a certified airplane. It was briefly put into the experimental category while PowerFLow used it as a test bed for fitting their exhaust system lst year. It is now back to fully certified.
Glenn E. Chatfield, 2010-01-17 00:00:00
 Ken, you might want to correct the registry on the center photo. The ID on the plane says N30570, and it is not the same type aircraft - it is a fixed-gear model and the owner even posted a comment about that one not being his aircraft.
Glenn E. Chatfield, 2010-01-17 00:00:00
 This aircraft landed in a field about 1/2 west of the CID airport the night of 1/16/10. Photo in the Cedar Rapids Gazette shows what appears to be substantial damage to the aircraft. Article states all three on board suffered injury, but no details other than the pilot was walking to flag down the emergency equipment.