The Cessna 150 is a two-seat aircraft with a maximum gross weight of 1,600 pounds. It is powered by a 100-hp Continental O-200 engine, and cruises at about 90 knots.
N60254 was built in 1969 and features a fresh exterior paint job, updated interior and low-time engine.
N3370V was built in 1975, the last year Cessna manufactured the Cessna 150. Our customers lovingly refer to it as “Air Force Two” because of its military themed paint scheme. The interior was completely refurbished in 2019.
The Cessna 152 is a two-seat aircraft with a maximum gross weight of 1670 pounds. It is powered by a 110-hp Lycoming O-235 engine and cruises at about 100 knots.
N152SJ was built in 1979 and is equipped for VFR operations. It is our flagship trainer.
N152DM was built in 1978 and is equipped for IFR operations. We’ve invested more than $40,000 in upgrades to this aircraft including a completely overhauled instrument panel featuring the latest Garmin “glass cockpit” avionics (G5 electronic flight instruments, GTN650 GPS).
The Cessna 172 is a four-seat aircraft with a maximum gross weight of 2,400 pounds. It is powered by a 160-hp Lycoming O-320 engine and cruises at about 110 knots.
N99725 is considered a Technically Advanced Aircraft (TAA) by the FAA and can be used for all Commercial Pilot training and certification. It is equipped with dual Garmin G5 electronic flight instruments, Garmin GTN650 IFR GPS, and a Garmin GFC500 dual-axis autopilot.
N65842 and N739ZW feature an FAA-approved engine upgrade that increases the power output to 180-hp and allows for a maximum gross weight of 2,550 pounds. N65842 features dual Garmin G5 electronic flight instruments and a GNS430W IFR GPS.
Coming Spring 2020: N739ZW will also receive a complete instrument panel makeover to include dual Garmin G5 electronic flight instruments and a Garmin GTN650 IFR GPS.