Piper PA-44-180 Seminole (4)
Seminoles are the training industry standard twin-engine aircraft. We have two “steam” and two “glass” Seminoles. Our “glass” aircraft were purchased and delivered new in fall 2017 and have the Garmin G-1000 NXi avionics with full auto-pilots.
Cessna 182 Skylane (1)
A more powerful version of the ubiquitous C-172 Skyhawk, our “straight-leg” Skylane is a back-up training, supplemental aircraft used primarily for sourcing parts from local Oklahoma aircraft suppliers to maintain the remainder of our fleet. It is equipped with two Garmin GNS-430s.
Cessna 172 Skyhawk (15)
Our G-1000 equipped aircraft are roughly split between the R (160 hp) and S (180 hp) models. We also have four “steam” Skyhawks to accommodate heavier instructor/student combinations.
Cessna 152 Commuter (8)
These are our primary (private pilot) trainers and have been an industry standard for over 40 years. Each is equipped with a Garmin GNS-430.
Cessna 150 Trainer (1)
This very special aircraft is the Flying Aggies student club aircraft. Completely refurbished, it is equipped with a Garmin GNS-430, but not used for professional pilot syllabus training flights, only recreational rental.
Cirrus SR-20 (6)
In 2019, we added five new Cirrus Aircraft SR20s to our fleet and a sixth in 2020. The technologically advanced Cirrus SR series boasts an impressive list of features and capabilities found on today’s advanced airliners, highlighted by the Garmin Perspective+ Integrated Avionics suite.
Redbird MCX Simulator (1)
A dual station, full-motion simulator ideal for training flight solely by reference to instruments.
Flight Safety Matrix CRJ-200 Simulator (1)
An open-platform, jet simulator used for teaching cockpit automation and crew resource management.