Aircraft Review

December 2014 Issue

Cirrus SR20: Training, Traveling

The entry-level SR20 has been overshadowed by the flagship SR22, but recent upgrades step the 2014 model up to a higher level and price point.

According to GAMA sales numbers, the Cirrus SR22 outsold every other piston single in 2013, including the entry-level SR20. What’s interesting is that the SR20 arguably has a broader mission profile than the SR22. Cirrus even markets the SR20 as a dual-role aircraft that can function as a trainer and distance traveler. Perhaps that is why SR20s are more likely to end up on flight school ramps than in personal hangars.

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