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. Renting at $110 per hour, 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.
This Cessna 172 is a great trainer and cross-country airplane for someone looking at flying with up to 4 people. This aircraft will rent for $135.00 per hour and seat four with a useful load of 888lbs. With a cruise of about 115kts and a fuel burn of 10gph it has a flight range of about 550NM. The cockpit is equipped with a full set of Bendix/king products, 2 Comm radios, 2 Nav radios, GPS, ADF, and a Mode C transponder.
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 will rent for $160.00 per hour and seat four with a useful load of 994lbs. With a cruise of about 140kts it has a flight range of about 560NM.
This Mooney M20C is one of the best values (per NM) than any of our planes. It sips fuel at a low rate and cruises at nearly 150kts TAS! With the built-in, IFR WAAS certified, Garmin GTN 430W – it is an ideal advanced IFR trainer and cross-country airplane. Fly to your destination fast and in-style with this clean low-wing aircraft. This aircraft will rent for $160.00 per hour and seat four with a useful load of 980lbs. With a cruise of about 145kts it has a flight range of about 650NM.
As the fastest (175 TAS @ FL210) and most economical aircraft currently in our fleet, the Mooney 231 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. Factory installed oxygen is available aboard for crew and passengers. This Mooney is also equipped with the latest Gamin touchscreen GTN 750 (WAAS) equipment with a GNS 430 backup and is up-to-date on IFR certs. Newly installed ADS-B In/Out equipment lets you see and be seen enroute on the large touch-screen interface. A fully coupled autopilot is also available to make those long-haul trips with much less workload including approaches. This Mooney is equipped with long-range (aux) fuel tanks to skip airports where others would need to stop. Assuming normal fuel reserves (1hr), the range is nearly 1300 NM, plus or minus wind. Call today to get checked out in this or contact us for pilot services.
The Cessna 182T Skylane is an American four-seat, single-engined light airplane, built by Cessna of Wichita, Kansas. … Introduced in 1956, the 182 has been produced in a number of variants, including a version with retractable landing gear, and is the second most popular Cessna model, after the 172. This model is nicely equipped with a G1000 PFD and MFD. It has GPS, Auto Pilot, Marker Beacon, HSI, Glass Cockpit, 4-place intercom. With a TAS 145kts and a 87gal fuel tank this has a useful load of 1192lbs.
This Cirrus SR20 is a perfect for a business trip or just a long cross country to get you there quicker. Renting at $220 per hour, 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.
The Seneca was developed as a twin-engined version of the Piper Cherokee Six. The prototype was a Cherokee Six that had wing-mounted engines installed, retaining its nose engine. The prototype was flown as a tri-motor aircraft in the initial stages of the test-flying program. This version (version 5) has all the improvements of the previous Senecas such as streamlined engine cowl for increased cruise performance with its dual Continental TSIO-360-KB engines. Want a true IFR capable bird to to get you there safely in just about all weather conditions – this is your bird. This aircraft features 6-seats with club seating.