Before introducing our fleet, we would like to provide a brief overview of our aircraft maintenance and care programs that help separate us from other flight schools. First and foremost, our aircraft are all kept in individual hangars thus keeping them out of the elements. We also do routine oil changes at intervals at twice the recommended rate and we send oil from every oil change to an oil analysis company in order to remain active in a trend monitoring program of all of our engines. This oil analysis will keep us up to speed on the current, past and hopefully the future condition of our engines. Additionally, we use an FAA approved oil additive called AvBlend to make sure that our engines are lubricated with the best oil and additives available in the market. Lastly, all of our engines have heaters installed on them and are plugged-in during the winter months to provide the pilot with immediate heat upon start up and to keep the engine lubricated with warm oil immediately during the colder months. As you can see, our mechanic goes above and beyond to make sure that our aircraft are the best maintained in the aircraft rental industry!
Our rental aircraft are all rented at a dry rental rate which means that the renter is responsible for returning the aircraft to the hangar full of fuel. We also require each of our renters to clean the windscreen and the leading edges of the wings when they return after each flight so the next renter also has a nice, clean aircraft to fly.
Check out our latest addition, a BELL 47G-2A-1!
2001 Cessna 172S – $92/hr
1965 BELL 47G-2A-1 – $335/hr
2004 Cessna 172SP – $92/hr
2004 Cessna 172 G1000 – $100/hr
2003 Cirrus SR22 – $170/hr
1979 Cessna 182RG – $145/hr
1998 Cessna 172S – $92/hr
RedBird LD Simulator – $68/hr