specs

Husky 180 HP

EngineLycoming 0-360-A1P
PropellerHartzell 76” Composite
Length22 feet 7 inches
Height7 feet 5 inches
Wing Span35 feet 6 inches
Wing Area183 square feet
Wing Loading12 pounds/square foot
Power Loading12.2 pounds/horsepower
Seats2 tandem
Cabin Height48 inches
Cabin Width27 inches
Empty Weight1,275 pounds
Maximum Gross Weight2,250 pounds
Maximum Gross Weight Floats2,250 pounds
Useful Load975 pounds
Payload w/Full Fuel675 pounds
Fuel Capacity50 U.S. gallons usable
 

PERFORMANCE

Husky 180 HP

Takeoff Distance Ground Roll289 feet
Takeoff Over 50 ft Obstacle690 feet
Rate of Climb, Sea Level1500 feet per minute
Top Speed145 miles per hour
Cruise Speed50-140 miles per hour
Fuel Consumption7.9 gallons per hour
Endurance (Normal, HP Cruise)6 hours @ 55%
Max Range800 miles
Service Ceiling20,000 feet MSL
Landing Ground Roll397 feet
 

specs

Husky 200 HP

EngineLycoming IO-360-A1D6
PropellerHartzell 80” Composite
Length22 feet 7 inches
Height7 feet 5 inches
Wing Span35 feet 6 inches
Wing Area183 square feet
Wing Loading12 pounds/square foot
Power Loading11 pounds/horsepower
Seats2 tandem
Cabin Height48 inches
Cabin Width27 inches
Empty Weight1,320 pounds
Maximum Gross Weight2,250 pounds
Maximum Gross Weight Floats2,250 pounds
Useful Load930 pounds
Payload w/Full Fuel630 pounds
Fuel Capacity50 U.S. gallons usable
 

PERFORMANCE

Husky 200 HP

Takeoff Distance Ground Roll265 feet
Takeoff Over 50 ft Obstacle780 feet
Rate of Climb, Sea Level1700 feet per minute
Top Speed149 miles per hour
Cruise Speed50-143 miles per hour
Fuel Consumption7.6 gallons per hour
Endurance (Normal, HP Cruise)6 hours @ 55%
Max Range828 miles
Service Ceiling20,000 feet MSL
Landing Ground Roll398 feet
 

Best in class performance, capability, versatility, reliability and safety.

FAA Certification

The A-1B-160, A-1C-180 and 200 were designed to meet rigid government specs. It is certified to fly with a gross weight in excess of a FULL ton. It makes an excellent IFR platform. Certified FAR23: Day/Night-VFR/IFR. You can’t beat it for performance, for fun flying, capability, ease of handling, speed, comfort and range.

STOL

You can’t beat it for STOL performance, for fun flying, ease of handling, speed, comfort and range. The Husky is best in its class. Think of it as a passport to the backcountry. It is certified to fly with a gross weight in excess of a REAL ton (2200 pounds on floats, 2250 on wheels). Nothing can touch it for getting into and out of remote areas.

Value. The Right Solution.

You’ll find that a Husky retains its value better than any other plane in its class. You can’t make a better investment in recreational and utility flying. You’ll spend a little more up front, but in the long run you’ll save as you fly high in a Husky – an airplane that has been called the finest personal aircraft in the skies today.

Get behind the stick of a Husky Aircraft and you’ll quickly realize what it means to be the Leader of the Pack.

Dennis Hourany

I learned how to fly in and expected to buy a Cirrus. When I saw all my buddies flying Huskys I didn’t want to be left out of the fun. So, I bought a Husky and never looked back. I mentioned to a Cirrus pilot that I got my initial training in a Cirrus. He said, “Then you bought a Husky to really learn to fly?” I said, “Yes”. Once you fly a Husky you buy one, they speak for themselves.

Dennis Hourany

Dave & Darcy Hermel

I’ve owned Cubs, Turbine Maules, AirCams and Cessna Aircraft. I got into a Husky for the first time last week and I was instantly impressed how much confidence it gave me. The ailerons responded to my every move. When I got into some mountain turbulence, no big deal. The plane is so well balanced that it just molds itself to the pilot – all inputs are immediate. It was love at first flight.

Dave Hermel

Reade Genzlinger

We use the Husky as a refined sightseeing cruiser or a backcountry flyer that can handle almost any terrain.  It can do the rough and tough quite well and in good comfort (seats and cabin heater are fabulous). Very stable and responsive, well behaved in all flight regimens and pretty efficient in doing so.

Reade Genzlinger

Marc & Jeannie Grenier
 
 

Flying my Husky is absolutely some of the most fun flying I have ever enjoyed in over 30 years of flying. The Husky has opened up a world of backcountry flying and possibilities we only dreamed about. It has the range and performance necessary to lift my wife and I and our gear to places off the beaten path with comfort and safety. My wife readily repeats, “I just can’t believe what a ton of fun this is!”

Marc & Jeannie Grenier

 

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