At 55 knots a 152 will keep flying until you run out of gas or crash.

a1_sonse <a1_sonse@yahoo.com> wrote: Salina,Ks airport is an old SAC base with 12500'x150' runways. You do
not want to land short on the South end or it is a loooong taxi to the
FBO. Was warned by my cfi on my solo crosscountry (in C152) not to
land short. Which begs the question? How do you get a 152 to go that
fast so you couldnt land on a SAC base runway?

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