This Cessna 162 is one of the only sport pilot planes around in Central Arkansas available for rent and flight training. Use this aircraft to get your sport pilot license. Usage fee at $120 per hour (subject to change at anytime), this nearly new aircraft is well worth the cost with its advanced avionics and sleek build. This aircraft seats two with a useful load of 450lbs. With a cruise of about 110kts and a fuel burn of 6gph it has a flight range of over 400 miles. This aircraft is equipped with a nice Garmin300 Glass cockpit.
The Cessna 150 is a two-seat tricycle gear general aviation airplane that was designed for flight training, touring and personal use. The Cessna 150 is the fifth most produced civilian plane ever, with 23,839 aircraft produced. This model has a useful load of 540 lbs and a TAS of 105 kts with 22 gal usable fuel.
Back from an extreme makeover, N724PG has new paint, new interior, new panel and a brand-new engine. This model of 172 has 180hp Lycoming variant and a no-vaccum system. Both the Primary Flight Display and the backup Attitude indicator have a backup battery for redundance. With ADS-B compliant equipment, bring along your iPad to see traffic and weather on-screen for better situation awareness. This is an excellent IFR traininer!
This Cessna is a “H” model and is equipped with TCM 0-300. It is equipped with Mac 1700 Nav/Com, King KX 170B, King-KN62A DME, Bendix King ADF, King Xponder Mode C, Model 902A ANAV. If you are checked out in any of our C172 airplanes, you are checked out in this one, too, no further requirements. This is another great plane to start or continue your training in! This aircraft usage fee is $135/hr. (subject to change at anytime)
This Cessna 177RG is an ideal advanced training and cross-country airplane. Instrument procedure work is enhanced through the touchscreen GTN-650 with increased awareness and safety in this ADS-B In/Out with compliance. This aircraft’s usage fee is $150 per hour (subject to change at anytime) and seat four with a useful load of 994lbs. With a cruise of about 140kts it has a flight range of about 560NM.
The Comanche line debuted in 1958, with the Comanche 180 and 250 models. These two models remained in production until 1964. Its 250-hp Lycoming O-540 engine gives this airplane a 20-kt advantage over the 180. By the time its production run ended, some 2,500 Comanche 250s had been sold. Sparrow’s Comanche is a great aircraft consisting of great paint, modern avionics and good useful load (1142 lbs) to carry you and your passengers to your destination. With a 90-gal fuel tank and cruising at 155kts, its a great cross-country option in the fleet!
As the fastest (191 TAS @ 17,500) and most economical aircraft currently in our fleet, the 1998 model Mooney Encore is a turbocharged 4-place that can get you where you want to go fast. Being turbo-charged, this bird can climb up and potentially get above weather that others cannot. Factory installed oxygen is available aboard for crew and passengers. This Mooney is also equipped with the latest Gamin (touchscreen) Avoinics: G500 TXi, GTN 750 (WAAS) navigator and is up-to-date on IFR certs. Newly installed complete glass cockpit, digital engine monitor and fuel gauges! ADS-B In/Out equipment lets you see and be seen enroute on the large touch-screen interface. A fully coupled autopilot with Altitude Pre-select, and Yaw Dampener is also available to make those long-haul trips with much less workload including couple approaches. This Mooney has over 1100 lbs of useful load, nearly the most in our fleet. Assuming normal fuel reserves (1hr), the range is nearly 960 NM, plus or minus wind. Call today to get checked out in this or contact us for pilot services.
This Cirrus SR20 is a perfect for a business trip or just a long cross country to get you there quicker. This aircraft is packed with all sorts of equipment and its sleek design both inside and out. This aircraft seats four with a useful load of 1050lbs. With a cruise of about 145kts it has a flight range of about 650NM. The cockpit is equipped with; Large Avidyne glass cockpit, 2 Garmin 430 GPSs and an S-Tec Fifty Five X Auto Pilot.
This Cirrus SR22 is a four-place, low wing, single-engine monoplane with fixed landing gear. The aircraft is constructed of primarily composite materials.
This airplane is certificated in the normal category. In the normal category all aerobatic maneuvers are prohibited. The aircraft is approved for day and night VFR/IFR when equipped in accordance with F.A.R. 91 or F.A.R. 135.
The engine is a Continental Model IO-550-N and is rated at 310 hp at 2700 RPM. It is a six cylinder direct drive, normally aspirated, air-cooled, horizontally opposed, fuel injected engine.
The Beechcraft Travel Air was a twin-engine development of the Beechcraft Bonanza. It was designed to fill the gap between the single engine Model 35 Bonanza and the much larger Model 50 Twin Bonanza, and ultimately served as the basis for its replacement, the Baron.
With 75% power, the Travel Air was capable of 200mph at 7,500ft.