One of the smallest aircraft cessna has ever produced, this aircraft is known for causing the pilots legs to fall asleep, a condition known as "152 leg." Fitting two full-sized adults in the cockpit is quite a feat, requiring the pilots to sit almost shoulder to shoulder. Only slightly faster and larger than a piper cub, this aircraft has almost no purpose outside of entertainment. Is sometimes used for aerobatics and flight-training purposes, the 152 also comes in an aerobatic trainer variant. The Cessna 152 is no longer in production.
I asked a pilot about buying a cessna 152, he said "Why the hell would you want to do that?!"
by cjstone July 19, 2006