Vans RV-12 : N271VA / N266VA
The RV12 is a fun airplane to fly and great to learn in - that makes it our primary trainer. Our RV12s have dual Dynon D1000 touch screens with ADS-B traffic and weather, synthetic vision, built in sectional charts, airport/facility directory, checklists, and more. Our RV12s also have a two-axis autopilot.
Vans RV-12 : N922CA
This 2016 aircraft has duel Garmin G3X touch screens and is equipped with a two axis autopilot. This is the same model as our other two Vans RV-12s, N266VA and N271VA. Equipped with 10.6 Garmin G3X display units, this new system offers real time weather, traffic alerts, chart overlays, and much more at the tip of your fingers.
Cessna 172N : N1355F
This 1980 Cessna 172N is used for our student training, instrument training, instrument proficiency checks and is a fun flyer for a scenic route around the seacoast. This spacious four seat aircraft has the classic steam gauges and is equipped with modern avionics such as the Garmin GNS 430, GMA 340 and GTX 327.
FlightDesign CTLS : N374LS
The FlightDesign CTLS is also part of our Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) fleet. It has dual Dynon screens, a Garmin 695/696 GPS, a ballistic full-airframe parachute, and autopilot. The seats are very comfortable, with lumbar support and full leather covering. This is a great plane for a cross-country flight due to comfort, cruise speed, fuel consumption, and the great visibility.
Ercoupe : N3443H
The Ercoupe is the root of our Enabled Pilot program. Those who have the dream to fly but have a physical disability, there is an option for you! Our Ercoupe was built in 1946 - an antique - and has no rudder pedals and a hand brake. It's a fully coordinated airplane which is extremely unique. Come check it out!
Alpha 160A : N125GC
The Alpha 160A is used for our advanced stall and spin training, our upset recovery program, and those who want to try out aerobatics. Basic instrument training (precision and non-precision approaches) can be done in this aircraft.