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Flight Design CTLS

Enter aviation economics. There is no comparison if you want to fly an aircraft that is brand new and has the latest technology at the cost of a twenty year old airplane. With thousands of aircraft flying worldwide, the Flight Design CTLS has proven its reputation as an excellent cross country aircraft as well as single-engine training aircraft. This aircraft meets the requirements for both Sport Pilot and Private Pilot flight training.
Year Model Equipment
2009 CTLS Dynon Glass Cockpit, 3 Axis Autopilot, Garmin 696 with XM Radio and Weather, BRS Airframe Parachute System
2009 CTLS Dynon Glass Cockpit, 3 Axis Autopilot, Garmin 696 with XM Radio and Weather, BRS Airframe Parachute System

 

 

Cessna Aircraft

The Cessna 172 is the most successful mass produced light aircraft in history. The first production models were delivered in 1956 and they are still in production. As of 2008, more than 43,000 had been built. Our Cessna 172S models have 180 HP engines, which give you the extra power needed to fly on those hot summer days.

 

Year Model Equipment
2008 172S 180HP, G1000 Avionics
2007 172S 180HP, G1000 Avionics
2006 172S 180HP, G1000 Avionics
2005 172S 180HP, G1000 Avionics
2001 172S 180HP, King Nav II and 2 Axis Autopilot
2001 172S 180HP, King Nav II and 2 Axis Autopilot
2000 172R 160HP, King Nav II

 

 

Cirrus SR20 and SR22

The all-composite line of personal aircraft — SR20, SR22 and turbocharged SR22T — incorporate innovative and advanced performance and safety technologies, including the unique Cirrus Airframe Parachute System™ (CAPS). Through 2010, total time on the worldwide Cirrus Aircraft SR-series fleet surpassed 4.3 million flight hours with more than 45 lives saved to date as a direct result of CAPS being a standard safety feature on all Cirrus Aircraft.

 

Year Model Equipment
2010 SR20 Perspective Avionics
2010 SR20 Perspective Avionics
2012 SR20 Perspective Avionics

 

 

Robinson R22

The Robinson R22 Beta Series is flown throughout the world for many applications, ranging from flight training to livestock mustering to patrolling pipelines, that require dependability, low operating costs, and performance. The R22 Beta Series incorporates a Lycoming O-360 four-cylinder, carburetor-equipped engine fueled with 100L grade aviation gasoline. A powerful engine, a lightweight steel-tube airframe, and aerodynamic shape gives the R22 a cruise speed of up to 90 kts. The R22 seats two adults and occupants have panoramic views due to R22′s large windows. Acoustical foam lowers cabin noise. A heavy-duty muffler and low tail-rotor tip speed lessen flyover noise.

 

Year Model Equipment
1995 R22 Beta
1995 R22 Beta

 

Robinson R44

Robinson’s R44 Raven Series Helicopters provide excellent reliability, responsive handling, and altitude performance, making the R44 the ideal helicopter for private, business, and utility applications. It features a 10-hole instrument panel, which is made specifically for and is only available with the IFR Trainer, that accommodates all the avionics and instruments necessary to train VFR pilots for an instrument flight rating. Robinson offers a selection of the latest Garmin and King avionics. Recommended avionics/instruments for the R44 IFR Trainer include an artificial horizon, turn coordinator, horizontal situation indicator (HSI), combined color GPS/COM/VOR/LOC/GS, transponder, marker beacon, and digital clock. An optional DME or ADF is also available.

 

Year Model Equipment
2002 R44 Raven II

 

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