The Cessna 188 is a family of light agricultural aircraft produced between 1966 and 1983 by the lt Cessna Aircraft Company. The various versions of the 188 - the AGwagon, AGpickup, AGtruck and AGhusky, along with the AGcarryall variant of the 185, constituted Cessna's line of agricultural aircraft. The Cessna 188 was first flown on 19 February 1965. The aircraft was certified and entered production in February 1966, with 241 aircraft delivered the first year.
The initial design of the Cessna 188 was so successful that over its 17-year production run the basic airframe remained unchanged. Only the engines and the agricultural products dispensing systems were upgraded, other than some minor changes to the ventilation systems. The main use for the Cessna 188 series was for agricultural purposes, but many examples were later acquired for use as glider and sailplane tugs.
A total of 3975 Cessna 188s of all four variants were built during its production run, made up of 53 AGpickups, 1589 AGwagons, 1949 AGtrucks and 385 AGhuskies.
- Wingspan: 75.6in (1920mm)
- Fuselage Length: 51in (1300mm)
- Weight (Ready to fly): 3.4 - 3.7 Kg
- Engine: .60 (2-Stroke) / .90 (4-Stroke)
- Radio: Minimum 6-Channels with 8 Servos
- Electric Motor: 1000 Watt Brushless Motor
- Battery: Lipo 14.8V, 5000mAh
Required Hardware (Not supplied)
Transmitter, Motor, Propeller, Servos, Battery, Extension Leads, Glue, Tools and Silicone Fuel Line (For GP)