The Cessna 152 was first produced in 1977 and production ceased in 1985 , over 7000 aircraft where produced in this period , the aircraft where fitted with a Lycoming 0235-L2C engine giving 110 horsepower 10 horsepower more than its predecessor C 150 . G-LOMN is the newest edition to the NorthWeald Fleet and was manufactured in 1982.

Header imageThe G-LOMN Plane | North Weald Flying Group

G-LOMN Cessna 152 The odd one out in the NorthWeald fleet because of its colours not the usual white and blue or Dreamliner scheme, this aircraft was purchased in Poland and had been painted in the new Cessna sky catcher colour scheme, everyone seemed to like the paint scheme so we decided not to change it.The sky catcher may no longer exists but the paint scheme lives on with G-LOMN a ideal plane for building hours towards the commercial licence.

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Performance & specs


Cessna C-152

Never exceed speed: 149 Kts

Cruise speed: 98 knots

Stall speed: 40 knots

Range: 480 nm

Service ceiling: 14,700 ft

Rate of climb: 670 ft/min

Fuel consumption: 23 liters per tacho hour

Engine power: Lycomming 0235-L2C 110 hp

*based on original manufacturer stats.


Crew: 2 or one pilot and one passenger

Capacity: 2

Length: 23 feet 9 inches

Wingspan: 33 feet 4 inches

Height: 8 feet 6 inches

Max. takeoff weight:758 Kg

Max. landing weight:757 Kg

Max. baggage weight:54 Kg

Cost (inc fuel and VAT): £105.00 per tacho hour


1x Trasponder Trig TT31 Mode S

1x RT-385A Nav/ Com

1x RT-385A intercom

Weight & balance calculator

Below is a weight and balance calculator for this aircraft. To use it, type in weights (in pounds) in the left-hand column of text boxes, then click "Calculate", and you should see the cross on the weight/balance graph move.

Weight & balance calculator
Aircraft empty weight: lb in inch-pounds
Pilot and passenger: lb in inch-pounds
Rear seat passengers (N/A): lb in inch-pounds
Fuel: lb in inch-pounds
Baggage: lb in inch-pounds

Total weight: lb Total moment: inch-pounds


Contact us

North Weald Flying Group operate out of the Squadron at North Weald Airfield.

The airfield is 10 miles south of Stansted and can be seen from the M11. Follow signs from the A414 and on entrance to the field, follow the perimeter track all the way around the field until you arrive at the distinctive Squadron building.

email: paul@nwfg.co.uk
phone: 01992522090