Our Training Aircraft
The "R" was
the last, and most advanced model, in a long line of Cessna 310
aircraft. It features 285 HP Continental engines, 3-bladed Hartzell
propellers, auxiliary fuel tanks, six full size seats, and a retractable landing gear that has been upgraded with Cleveland wheels and brakes.
It cruises at 185 knots (over 210 mph) while burning about 30 gallons
particular aircraft has been equipped with the latest in navigation
and communications avionics. The instrument panel includes GPS,
autopilot, stormscope, and the latest in communications and engine
monitoring equipment. This aircraft is used for ATP, multi-engine, and
other training programs requiring a multi-engine airplane.
Click Here to view photos of our
Cessna 310R showing some of its additional features, including the
cockpit instrument panel.
The Cessna 182 has proved itself to be a reliable and versatile
aircraft. They are frequently used for training and as efficient
transportation for families or small businesses. It has been in production for close to 50
years and is still being manufactured today. It features a 230 HP
Continental engine and a constant speed propeller. It has four full
This particular aircraft is fully IFR equipped with modern navigation
and communication radios, and utilizes a King GPS system. The 182 is
used for flight training not requiring a multi-engine aircraft.
Cessna 172s have been built than any other aircraft. It is probably
the most popular flight training aircraft in the world. Measured by
its longevity and popularity, the Cessna 172 is the most successful
mass produced light aircraft in history. The first production models
were delivered in 1956 and they are still in production as of 2008.
More than 43,000 have been built.
4-seat 172 adds more choices and flexibility
to the aircraft fleet at McCullough Aviation. The 172 will be used for
flight training and as a rental aircraft.
Cessna 172 RG - Cutlass RG II
During the 1980 through 1984 model years, Cessna increased the
horsepower, speed, and utility of the proven model 172 by
designing a retractable landing gear system, and installing a 180
hp Lycoming engine with a constant speed propeller. They named
this advanced version the Cutlass RG. A total of about 1,200 were
This particular addition to the fleet features IFR capability with
an autopilot, DME, ADF, and two VHF communications and navigation
radios. It also has a transponder with altitude encoding. Along
with its capabilities as an instrument trainer, this aircraft has
all of the necessary equipment to satisfy the training and
checking requirements for "complex aircraft".