The school owns all of our aircraft. We have a 100% full access at any time, to the aircraft we use for training.
We have three hangars. One of them is specially equipped for aircraft maintenance. We perform not only the obligatory 100-hour inspections, but also voluntary 50-hours maintenance work in order to keep our fleet in proper condition all year round. School mechanics service aircraft on a daily basis and in the event of a failure of any machine or mechanism, all repairs are made within one day.
The core of our fleet consists of three C172 aircraft, which are used for private pilot training and instrument rating preparation. All of our aircraft were manufactured after 2001. The Cessna 172 with the Glass coсkpit was manufactured in 2005. All our aircraft are certified for IFR flights, equipped with two radio stations and VOR/ILS/LOC equipment. The main aircraft for Instrument Rating, the N24445, is equipped with a modern Garmin G430 GPS-receiver.
Our Piper Arrow aircraft is equipped with a variable pitch propeller and a retractable landing gear. We use the Piper Arrow for commercial license training and examination.
The flagship of our fleet is the twin-engine Piper Seneca II aircraft, which is mainly used for Multi-Engine Rating certification and long-distance flights in comfortable conditions. The aircraft is equipped with all necessary equipment, including an autopilot and an air conditioner.
Office: +1 954 772-1212
Cell: +1 786 502-6669 (only TEXT)
Address: 1707 S Perimeter rd,
hgr 33A, Fort Lauderdale