Aircraft Rental

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Are you already a certified pilot and looking to fly the skies above beautiful Austin, Texas? We have a fleet of highly reliable, well maintained and efficient aircraft to meet your rental needs. If you want to visit friends or family, we also offer very reasonable overnight rentals of our aircraft. Our non-student rate is $5 more than our student rate, but still a bargain!
We only require a 2 hour minimum Monday through Thursday and a 3 hour minimum Friday through Sunday. Contact us for details on how to reserve your rental today!

Our Aircraft

At Above & Beyond Aviation, we pride ourselves on providing safe and affordable rental aircraft at both Austin Bergstrom and Austin Executive in Pflugerville. Check out each of our aircraft (and now simulator) below.


Located at Austin-Bergstrom (AUS):

 

Touch Trainer VM – BATD

Student rate: $40 / Non student rate: $45

Description: Located in our new office in Hangar 1, this simulator is available for scheduling on our scheduling website. The sim is a BATD, Basic Aircraft Training Device. A private pilot can count 2.5 hours towards his total and an instrument pilot can count 10 hours. It can also be used for IPCs.

 

 

 

PA28R-200 Piper Arrow – N77WE

Student rate: $179 / Non student rate: $184

Description: An excellent cross country machine that is also a well-equipped complex trainer. Includes a Garmin 430 WASS that is kept current, recently redone interior, Audio Alert gear system, and panel mounted Garmin 496 linked to 430. Now also with a Tru Trak Vizion autopilot.

Minimum Insurance Requirements: 100 hours total time and 25 hours retractable or in lieu of the retractable time 10 hours dual in make and model.

 

 

 

  • Garmin 345 audio panel
  • Gamin 430 WASS
  • Narco 12D
  • Garmin 496 VFR GPS
  • Tru Trak Vizion autopilot

1999 Cessna 172S – N904CP

N904CP
Student rate: $151 / Non student rate: $156

Description: One of the most popular training aircraft of all time, almost every pilot has logged time in a Cessna 172. The S model is a slightly faster 172 and N904CP includes a Garmin 430W and auto pilot.

 

 

 

  • KMA26 Audio Panel
  • Garmin 430W
  • KX155A Transceiver
  • KX155A Transceiver
  • KR87 ADF
  • KT76C Transponder
  • KAP140 Single-Axis Autopilot

1998 Cessna 172S – N478SP

N478SP

Student rate: $151 / Non student rate: $156

Description: One of the most popular training aircraft of all time, almost every pilot has logged time in a Cessna 172. The “S” model adds updated features to the trainer including increased fuel capacity, IFR certified GPS, autopilot and more comfortable seating. N478SP is a good looking, solid aircraft that is comfortable to fly for experienced pilots shooting approaches or beginning students making their first cross-wind landing. N478SP is equipped with New Garmin 375 IFR GPS with ADS-B transponder, Garmin 496, two King KX 155As, Garmin transponder, ADF. GPS is kept up to date for instrument training.

 

Speed: 123 Knots (Sea Level, 80%)
Cruise Endurance:
Range: 687 NM / Time: 6.6 HRS (60%, 10,000 Feet)
Range: 580 NM / Time: 4.8 HRS (80%, 10,000 Feet)
Rate of Climb at Sea Level: 720 FPM
Service Ceiling: 13,500 Feet
Takeoff Performance: 945 Feet (Ground Roll)
1685 Feet (Total Over 50 Foot Obstacle)
Landing Performance: 550 Feet (Ground Roll)
1295 Feet (Total Over 50 Foot Obstacle)
Stall Speed (KCAS): 51 Knots (Flaps Up, Power Off)
47 Knots (Flaps Down, Power Off)
Standard Empty Weight: 1699 Pounds
Maximum Useful Load: 758 Pounds (Normal Category)
468 Pounds (Utility Category)
Fuel Capacity: 56.0 Gallons (Total)
53.0 Gallons (Usable)
28.0 Gallons (Total Each Tank)
26.5 Gallons (Usable Each Tank)
Oil Capacity: 8 Quarts (Sump)
9 Quarts (Total)
Engine: Textron Lycoming IO-360-L2A / 160 BHP at 2400 RPM
Propeller: 75 Inch (diameter) / Fixed Pitch

Not for flight planning, consult POH for complete flight planning information.

2000 Cessna 172R – N652MA

Student rate: $145 / Non student rate: $150

Description: One of the most popular training aircraft of all time, almost every pilot has logged time in a Cessna 172. The “R” model adds updated features to the trainer including increased fuel capacity, IFR certified GPS, an autopilot and more comfortable seating. N652MA is a good looking, solid aircraft that is comfortable to fly for experienced pilots shooting approaches or beginning students making their first cross-wind landing. N652MA is now equipped with a Garmin 430W and Garmin ADS-B. GPS is kept up to date for instrument training.

 

Speed: 123 Knots (Sea Level, 80%)
Cruise Endurance:
Range: 687 NM / Time: 6.6 HRS (60%, 10,000 Feet)
Range: 580 NM / Time: 4.8 HRS (80%, 10,000 Feet)
Rate of Climb at Sea Level: 720 FPM
Service Ceiling: 13,500 Feet
Takeoff Performance: 945 Feet (Ground Roll)
1685 Feet (Total Over 50 Foot Obstacle)
Landing Performance: 550 Feet (Ground Roll)
1295 Feet (Total Over 50 Foot Obstacle)
Stall Speed (KCAS): 51 Knots (Flaps Up, Power Off)
47 Knots (Flaps Down, Power Off)
Standard Empty Weight: 1699 Pounds
Maximum Useful Load: 758 Pounds (Normal Category)
468 Pounds (Utility Category)
Fuel Capacity: 56.0 Gallons (Total)
53.0 Gallons (Usable)
28.0 Gallons (Total Each Tank)
26.5 Gallons (Usable Each Tank)
Oil Capacity: 8 Quarts (Sump)
9 Quarts (Total)
Engine: Textron Lycoming IO-360-L2A / 160 BHP at 2400 RPM
Propeller: 75 Inch (diameter) / Fixed Pitch

Not for flight planning, consult POH for complete flight planning information.

1998 Cessna 172R – N24AF

Student rate: $141 / Non student rate: $146

Description: One of the most popular training aircraft of all time, almost every pilot has logged time in a Cessna 172. The “R” model adds updated features to the trainer including increased fuel capacity, New Garmin 175 IFR GPS, and more comfortable seating. N24AF is a good looking, solid aircraft that is comfortable to fly for experienced pilots shooting approaches or beginning students making their first cross-wind landing.

 

Speed: 123 Knots (Sea Level, 80%)
Cruise Endurance: Range: 687 NM / Time: 6.6 HRS (60%, 10,000 Feet)Range: 580 NM / Time: 4.8 HRS (80%, 10,000 Feet)
Rate of Climb at Sea Level: 720 FPM
Service Ceiling: 13,500 Feet
Takeoff Performance: 945 Feet (Ground Roll)1685 Feet (Total Over 50 Foot Obstacle)
Landing Performance: 550 Feet (Ground Roll)1295 Feet (Total Over 50 Foot Obstacle)
Stall Speed (KCAS): 51 Knots (Flaps Up, Power Off)47 Knots (Flaps Down, Power Off)
Standard Empty Weight: 1699 Pounds
Maximum Useful Load:  758 Pounds (Normal Category)468 Pounds (Utility Category)
Fuel Capacity:  56.0 Gallons (Total)53.0 Gallons (Usable)
28.0 Gallons (Total Each Tank)
26.5 Gallons (Usable Each Tank)
Oil Capacity:  8 Quarts (Sump)9 Quarts (Total)
Engine: Textron Lycoming IO-360-L2A / 160 BHP at 2400 RPM
Propeller: 75 Inch (diameter) / Fixed Pitch

Not for flight planning, consult POH for complete flight planning information.

1975 Cessna 172M – N6891H

Student rate: $131 / Non student rate: $136

Description: N6891H features a Garmin 430w and a KX165 second com. Nice paint job and clean interior. Low cost instrument trainer or basic trainer. New Garmin 345 ADS-B transponder with weather and traffic displayed on the 430WASS.

 

 

1979 Cessna 172N – N5552E

Student rate: $131 / Non student rate: $136

Description: N5552E is a 1979 Cessna 172N. Great basic trainer or adequate instrument trainer. It features new paint, a 160 HP engine, new Rosen sunshades, and LED landing light. The avionics are a Garmin 430WASS, King DME, Number two King 165 nav/com, Garmin 335 transponder, ADS-B out using Uavionics tailbeacon. ADS-B is supplied by a Uavionics tailbeacon.

 

1977 Cessna 172N – N733CP

Student rate: $128 / Non student rate: $133

Description: The classic most widely flown trainer of all time. The Cessna 172N is an affordable time builder. N733CP is a well equipped 172N with IFR GPS 89B, dual radios, and new front seats.

 

 

 

Speed: 125 Knots (Sea Level, 75%)
Cruise Endurance:
Range: 485 NM / Time: 4.1 HRS (75%, 8,000 Feet)
Rate of Climb at Sea Level: 770 FPM
Service Ceiling: 14,200 Feet
Takeoff Performance: 805 Feet (Ground Roll)
1440 Feet (Total Over 50 Foot Obstacle)
Landing Performance: 520 Feet (Ground Roll)
1250 Feet (Total Over 50 Foot Obstacle)
Stall Speed (KCAS): 50 Knots (Flaps Up, Power Off)
44 Knots (Flaps Down, Power Off)
Standard Empty Weight: 1699 Pounds
Maximum Useful Load: 758 Pounds (Normal Category)
468 Pounds (Utility Category)
Fuel Capacity: 43.0 Gallons (Total)
40.0 Gallons (Usable)
21.5 Gallons (Total Each Tank)
20.0 Gallons (Usable Each Tank)
Oil Capacity: 6 Quarts (Sump)
7 Quarts (Total)
Engine: Avco Lycoming O-320-D2J / 160 BHP at 2700 RPM
Propeller: 75 Inch (diameter) / Fixed Pitch

Not for flight planning, consult POH for complete flight planning information.

  • KMA24 Audio Panel
  • KLN89B GPS
  • Narco 12D Transceiver
  • Narco 12D Transceiver
  • KT76A Transponder

1972 Cessna 172L – N7152Q

N7152Q Exterior

Student Rate: $128/hr Rate: $133/hr

Description: One of the most popular training aircraft of all time, almost every pilot has logged time in a Cessna 172. N7152Q is equipped with two Narco digital radios with glideslope, Apollo GPS, and an ADS-B Garmin transponder.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1980 Cessna 152 – N67796

Student rate: $112 / Non student rate: $117

Description: The classic Cessna economy training aircraft. N67796 is a comfortably equipped C152. Includes a panel mounted Garmin 396 GPS.
(Located at EDC)

 

 

 

 


Located at Austin Executive (EDC):

 


Redbird Sim

Student rate: $40 / Non student rate: $45

Description: The Redbird TD takes the advanced flight training tools found on our large simulators and puts it in a desktop device.

With its impressive range of features and training tools, it’s no surprise that it has been FAA approved as a Basic Aviation Training Device. The Redbird TD represents a generic single engine piston aircraft in a basic gauge configuration

 

 

 

1969 Cessna 182M – N71099

Student rate: $188 / Non student rate: $193

Description: Popular IFR cross country aircraft with 230 horsepower 0-470S high performance engine. Features a large cabin with comfortable interior. New cabin soundproofing and LED landing light and beacon. Garmin 530Wass nav/com
(Located at EDC)

Prerequisites to fly the 182 as PIC: (1) 100 hours PIC time, (2)either 25 hours PIC time in Cessna high-wing models or 10 hours PIC time in Cessna 182 models, (3) high-performance airplane endorsement, and (4) Above and Beyond Aviation Cessna 182 check-out.

 

  • Garmin 530WASS nav/com
  • Digital TKM number two nav/com
  • Uavionic tail beacon ADS-B out

1997 Cessna 172R – N413ES

Student rate: $144 / Non student rate: $149

Description: One of the most popular training aircraft of all time, almost every pilot has logged time in a Cessna 172. The “R” model adds updated features to the trainer including increased fuel capacity, IFR certified GPS, an autopilot and more comfortable seating. N413ES is a good looking, solid aircraft that is comfortable to fly for experienced pilots shooting approaches or beginning students making their first cross-wind landing. N413ES is now equipped with a Garmin 430W and Garmin GDL82 ADS-B. (Located at EDC)

 

Speed: 123 Knots (Sea Level, 80%)
Cruise Endurance: Range: 687 NM / Time: 6.6 HRS (60%, 10,000 Feet)Range: 580 NM / Time: 4.8 HRS (80%, 10,000 Feet)
Rate of Climb at Sea Level: 720 FPM
Service Ceiling: 13,500 Feet
Takeoff Performance: 945 Feet (Ground Roll)1685 Feet (Total Over 50 Foot Obstacle)
Landing Performance: 550 Feet (Ground Roll)1295 Feet (Total Over 50 Foot Obstacle)
Stall Speed (KCAS): 51 Knots (Flaps Up, Power Off)47 Knots (Flaps Down, Power Off)
Standard Empty Weight: 1699 Pounds
Maximum Useful Load: 758 Pounds (Normal Category)468 Pounds (Utility Category)
Fuel Capacity: 56.0 Gallons (Total)53.0 Gallons (Usable)
28.0 Gallons (Total Each Tank)
26.5 Gallons (Usable Each Tank)
Oil Capacity: 8 Quarts (Sump)9 Quarts (Total)
Engine: Textron Lycoming IO-360-L2A / 160 BHP at 2400 RPM
Propeller: 75 Inch (diameter) / Fixed Pitch

Not for flight planning, consult POH for complete flight planning information.

  • KMA26 Audio Panel
  • Garmin 430W GPS
  • KX155A Transceiver
  • KX155A Transceiver
  • KR87 ADF
  • KT76C Transponder
  • KAP140 Single-Axis Autopilot

1978 Cessna – N1317E

Student rate: $131 / Non student rate: $136

Description: A 1978 Cessna 172N with the Deltahawk conversion. The Deltahawk conversion allows for an extra 100 pounds of useful load. It features a newly overhauled Lycoming 0320-D2J 160 HP engine. Avionics include a Garmin 430WASS gps/navcom, a Garmin 340 audio panel, a number two KX155A radio, and a Garmin 335 transponder within ADS-B out. (Located at EDC)

 

 

1978 Cessna 172N – N739HH

N739HH

Student rate: $128 / Non student rate: $133

Description: The classic most widely flown trainer of all time. It features the bulletproof Sparrowhawk O320-D2J 160 hp engine which allows for an extra 100 pounds of useful load. The Cessna 172N is an affordable time builder. N739HH is a well equipped 172N with a comfortable leather interior, dual KX155 radios, DME, VFR GPS 89B, and glideslope for basic IFR. (Located at EDC)

 

 

 

Speed: 125 Knots (Sea Level, 75%)
Cruise Endurance:
Range: 485 NM / Time: 4.1 HRS (75%, 8,000 Feet)
Rate of Climb at Sea Level: 770 FPM
Service Ceiling: 14,200 Feet
Takeoff Performance: 805 Feet (Ground Roll)
1440 Feet (Total Over 50 Foot Obstacle)
Landing Performance: 520 Feet (Ground Roll)
1250 Feet (Total Over 50 Foot Obstacle)
Stall Speed (KCAS): 50 Knots (Flaps Up, Power Off)
44 Knots (Flaps Down, Power Off)
Standard Empty Weight: 1699 Pounds
Maximum Useful Load: 758 Pounds (Normal Category)
468 Pounds (Utility Category)
Fuel Capacity: 43.0 Gallons (Total)
40.0 Gallons (Usable)
21.5 Gallons (Total Each Tank)
20.0 Gallons (Usable Each Tank)
Oil Capacity: 6 Quarts (Sump)
7 Quarts (Total)
Engine: Avco Lycoming O-320-D2J / 160 BHP at 2700 RPM
Propeller: 75 Inch (diameter) / Fixed Pitch

Not for flight planning, consult POH for complete flight planning information.