The Club offers four aircraft of three different models to address a wide a range of pilot experience and
skill levels - from Student through Commercial. Our variety of types offers members opportunity to fly
diverse configurations, hone their proficiency and achieve new and advanced ratings. All aircraft are
very well maintained, include GPS navigation, and are IFR capable.
- N735GC - Cessna 182Q Skylane (complex) - $165 / Tach Hour (wet)
- N4334X - Piper PA-28-181 Cherokee Archer II - $130 / Tach Hour (wet)
- N8261H - Piper PA-28-181 Cherokee Archer II - $130 / Tach Hour (wet)
- N98819 - Cessna 172P Skyhawk - $130 / Tach Hour (wet)
Skylane N735GC is an especially beautiful aircraft and is an excellent option for
extended trips with its 5+ hour endurance at 150+ knots and useful load of over 1000
pounds with full fuel.
The Garmin GTN 650 Touch Screen along with the dual Aspen Displays, storm scope, and other advanced
features provide simple and reliable navigation, weather and flight monitoring.
The 230HP Engine and Adjustable Pitch Prop make the Skylane
a Complex Aircraft suitable for achieving the Commercial Rating.
Archer N4334X features a GNS430 WAAS enabled GPS/Nav/Com, Aspen P1000 Pro EFIS, backup Garmin 496
portable, GTX 330 ES-Mode S Transponder with Traffic, and S-TEC 60 2-Axis Autopilot with Altitude Hold.
Archer N8261H is equipped with GNS530 WAAS enabled GPS/Nav/Com with Mode-S
traffic overlay, WX-500 Storm Scope overlay, Garmin GTX-330 ES-Mode S Transponder, plus
a leather interior and new paint scheme.
Skyhawk N98819 is also equipped with a GNS430 WAAS enabled GPS/Nav/Com.
Booking rules are liberal including hourly, full day, four day and 12 day bookings.
Special exceptions for longer bookings are possible by membership approval.
Flight charges are based solely on tach time and include fuel. To promote competancy,
flying members are charged a minimum of two hours flight time per month (based on the
lowest-rate aircraft) but may accumulate up to four hours pre-paid without loss.
Equipment details and additional photos of the aircraft may be found here.