The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is a four-seat, all-metal, high wing, fixed tricycle landing gear airplane. It is powered by a 180 hp, fuel-injected Lycoming engine which burns about 10 gallons per hour. Total fuel capacity is 56 gallons.
Our Skyhawks have a roomy leather cabin, 120 lbs. luggage compartment, dual-yolk flight controls, conventional “round-dial” and Aspen electronic instruments, Garmin 430 WAAS and GTN750 GPS and single and dual-channel autopilots and are well suited for primary, advanced and instrument training.
These are robust airplanes with very a reliable record for maintenance and safety. First flown in 1955, more Cessna 172s have been built than any other aircraft. With forgiving flight characteristics, great visibility, slow landing speed and a forgiving stall – the Cessna Skyhawk is a flight training favorite ideally suited for student pilots.
The Piper Seminole is a four-seat, all-metal, low wing, retractable-gear, twin-engine airplane. It is powered by counter-rotating 180 hp Lycoming engines that burn 10 gallons per hour and a fuel capacity of 108 gallons.
Our Seminole has leather seats, a 200 lbs. luggage compartment, dual-yolk flight controls, Garmin GTN 650 GPS, Garmin 500 MFD and digital engine instruments.
Hands down, it’s the best twin-engine trainer available anywhere. With a long history, straight-forward design with simple aircraft systems and excellent single-engine handling characteristics, it exceeds expectations with its reliability, durability and value.
The Enstrom 280FX (Shark) is a 2-3 seat, all-metal, single piston engine helicopter. It is powered by a powerful 225 hp., turbo-charged, Lycoming engine with a 40 gallon fuel capacity. It has 240 degrees of visibility with chin and overhead windows.
Our Enstrom has leather covered, NASA-inspired, foam seats, dual flight controls and standard instrumentation.
The helicopter delivers excellent performance, an enviable safety record, and low direct operating costs. The turbocharged power plant provides excellent high altitude performance. Its high inertia, fully articulated rotor system provides safety and stability, as well as a smooth ride and exceptional autorotation capabilities. The unblocked tail rotor provides exceptional yaw control even in the windiest conditions.
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