Aircraft


Located at Austin-Bergstrom (AUS):

 

Touch Trainer VM – BATD

Rate: $35/hr

Description: Located in our Hanger 2 office 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. We have an introductory price of $25 per hour for the simulator. All Above & Beyond students receive the first hour of sim training free (excludes instruction).

 

 

 

2000 Cessna 172R – N652MA

Rate: $134/hr Wet

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

Rate: $129/hr Wet
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 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.

1998 Cessna 172S – N478SP

N478SP

Rate: $134/hr Wet

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 King 89B, 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.

1975 Cessna 172M – N6891H

Rate: $119/hr Wet

Description: N6891H features a Garmin 430w and a KX165 second com. Nice paint job and clean interior. Low cost instrument trainer or basic trainer.

 

 

1972 Cessna 172L – N7152Q

N7152Q Exterior

Rate: $115/hr Wet

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1999 Cessna 172S – N904CP

N904CP
Rate: $138/hr Wet
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

1977 Cessna 172N – N733CP

Rate: $117/hr Wet

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

1979 Cessna 152 Aerobat – N4951A

Rate: $100/hr Wet

Description: The classic Cessna economy training aircraft with a punch. N4951A is a comfortably equipped C152 that serves well as a primary trainer or for spin training. New seats, DME and ADF.

 

 

 



PA28R-200 Piper Arrow – N77WE

Rate: $176/hr Wet

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.

 

 

 

  • Narco Audio Panel
  • Narco 12D
  • Narco 12D
  • Garmin 496 VFR GPS
  • Gamin 430 WASS
  • Tru Trak Vizion autopilot


Located at Austin Executive (EDC):

 

1997 Cessna 172R – N413ES

Rate: $132/hr Wet
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 172N – N739HH

N739HH

Rate: $117/hr Wet

Description: The classic most widely flown trainer of all time. 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.

1980 Cessna 152 – N67796

Rate: $101/hr Wet

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