First delivered by Cessna in 1955 and still produced, this single-engine, four-seat, high-wing aircraft is one of the world’s most popular training platforms.
The Piper Cherokee is a very popular option for flight training that was type-certificated in the 60s by the FAA and remains in production to this day.
This extremely popular single-engine complex trainer has been in use for years. A typically easy transition from other Piper aircraft for training and rental.
The Cessna 120 is a prevalent flight training choice, they are single-engine, two-seater, light general aviation aircraft first manufactured in 1946.
Perfect for personal, business, or flight training this cross country machine comes equipped with six seats, de-ice boots, and turbo charged Continental TSIO-360 engines.
FAA Approved AATD. Fully enclosed interchangeable aircraft configurations with wraparound visuals make this simulator groundbreaking for the GA community.
The Cessna 152 is a general aviation airplane that is typically used for flight training. It’s a great choice for personal and training uses, with two seats, and a fixed tricycle gear.
Utilized for air taxi, personal, and flight training purposes, the Piper Archer features either two or four seats and is a light, single-engined aircraft with low-mounted wings.
As a two-seat, tricycle gear, light aircraft, the Diamond DA20 was first manufactured in 1993. It is an excellent option for flight training and personal use.