Our Fleet

Safe, modern & diverse aircraft training fleet

To complement our modern training facilities, we have a large fleet that exceeds 40 aircraft, plus full-motion simulators. Our fleet includes both single and multi-engine aircraft and includes models such as the Cessna 172 G1000 Glass Cockpit, Redbird AATD Simulator, Beechcraft A36 Bonanza and the Beechcraft Duchess.

 

Cessna 172 pilot training flight school academyCessna 172 G1000 Glass Cockpit

The Cessna 172 is a four seat, single engine, high wing aircraft manufactured by the Cessna Aircraft Company. Cessna 172s have been used as primary flight training aircraft for generations. The aircraft is equipped with a Lycoming engine as and a G1000 glass cockpit avionics package to deliver a training experience full of excitement and endless possibilities for learning.

 

 

 

Redbird MCX - Simulator

flight simulator for pilot trainingThe Redbird MCX is a full-motion simulator (AATD) that provides enhanced training from student pilot to professional crew training. It has dual controls, a wrap-around visual system and a quick change cockpit configuration. The Redbird comes equipped with a 3 axis, electric motion platform capable of pitch, yaw and rolling motion. 

 

 

 

 

 

bonanza aircraft pilot school flight trainingBeechcraft A36 Bonanza

The Bonanza, remains the only retractable in the single-engine, six-seat utility class. With a longer cabin and wide double doors, the Bonanza A36 offers utility and convenience for effective training. The Bonanza has a a 300 hp Continental engine. It's shortened three-blade propeller reduces propeller tip speed, increases ground clearance, and reduces noise. The Bonanza is a pilot training work horse.

 

 

 

Beechcraft Duchess BE-76

beechcraft duchess flight school pilot training aircraftAn American twin-engine airplane built by Beechcraft. The Duchess is a cantilever low-wing all-metal structure, four seats, retractable tricycle undercarriage and a T-tail aircraft. It is powered by two 180 hp Lycoming O-360, which drive counter-rotating, constant-speed two-bladed propellers.