Aircraft & Training
The ROBINSON R22 BETA II is a two place, light utility helicopter with responsive
handling and quick maneuverability. Powered by a Lycoming O-360 four-cylinder engine, the R22’s proven reliability, low maintenance, and low operating costs make it ideal for a variety of applications.
The ROBINSON R44 RAVEN SERIES provides excellent reliability, responsive handling, and altitude performance, making the R44 ideal for private, business, and utility applications.
The R66 TURBINE incorporates many of the design features of the R44 including a two-bladed rotor system, T-bar cyclic and an open cabin configuration. Notable differences are the R66’s increased reserve power, improved altitude performance, fifth seat and dedicated baggage compartment.
The Liberty XL2 (recently re-named the Discovery XL2) is the next generation training/touring aircraft offering today’s flight schools and individual pilots a two seat aircraft that far surpasses any of its competition. The aircraft’s high levels of safety, performance, comfort, economy and affordability have never been available before.
The Flight Design CTLS Light-Sport Airplane (LSA) has a large, comfortable cabin (49″ wide [compared to 172 @ 40″]) and excellent visibility of the CTLS makes all your flights more enjoyable and a better environment for learning how to fly. In production since 1997, more than 1,700 Flight Design CTs have been delivered to customers worldwide. The CTLS incorporates evolutionary changes that make it a great airplane for the demands of flying clubs, flight schools and private owners. Every CT has modern safety improvements, including a time-proven rigid carbon fiber cockpit and four-point harnesses. The standard equipment airframe parachute system is an important addition to the list of safety features on the CTLS. The system is always available should you need it.
Earn your Light Sport rating so you can fly this beautiful airplane in as little as 20 hours!