Cessna introduces diesel 182 JT-A

09/25/2012 | Flying online

Earlier this year, Cessna announced it would replace its T182 turbo Skylane with a new model that would burn jet-A. The new 182 JT-A is on schedule to be certified in early 2013, with deliveries in the middle of the year. The move has cost and environmental motives: Cessna's Brian Cozine said the 182 JT-A "uses so much less fuel that you can always take more payload than [on a] gas piston 182."

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