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FLYING ACADEMY: FLEET

Flying Academy - Fleet

Flying Academy is one of the leading global flight schools and we are proud to present our fleet: we offer single-engine aircraft at the highest levels of safety. All 42 airplanes in the fleet where we operate can be rented for time-building purposes (full-service packages of 25, 50, 75, or 100 hours). In the case of Time Building, the rental fee decreases depending on the number of hours that you will have to fly.

With excellent maintenance standards and safety measures, Flying Academy takes pride in its maintenance crew. Since safety is one of our core values, we make sure that all instruments, aircraft, and equipment are in the utmost shape for your upcoming flight.

Single Engine Aircraft

Cessna 152

The Cessna 152 is a two-seat, fixed tricycle gear, general aviation airplane, used for primary flight training, time building, and personal flying. The Cessna 152 is the most successful two-seat trainer in history.

  • Speed: 90 knots
  • Max Weight: 1670 lbs
  • Length: 24 ft 1 in
  • Engine: single
  • Range: 415 nm
  • Seats: 2
  • Reliable plane designed for pilot training and ideal for photographic flights due to high-wing conception. The key features include reliability and easy pilotage. These are the reasons why it is the most popular aircraft for beginners and pilot training.

The aera 660 presents GNSS-derived analog flight instrumentation, position, navigation, and hazard avoidance information to the pilot using a 5”display with a capacitive touch screen.

Cessna 172​

The Cessna 172 is a four-seater, single-engine, high-wing airplane. The Cessna 172 is used for PPL, IR, and CPL training.

  • Speed: 110 kn
  • Max Weight: 2,450 lb
  • Length: 27 ft 2 in
  • Engine: Single
  • Range: 696 nm
  • Seats: 4

It is certified in the normal and utility category. It is not designed for purely aerobatic flight, though some maneuvers are permitted as per the aircraft’s POH. The aircraft is equipped for day VFR and may be equipped for night VFR and/or IFR.

  • The Garmin GNS 530/430 combination is a common dual-GPS avionics suite for an IFR-certified airplane, A single 430 or 530 functions as a communications radio (COM), a VOR/ILS/GS receiver (NAV), and a moving-map GPS.

Cessna 172 RG

The Cessna 172 RG with its retractable gear is faster and more aerodynamic than other models and capable of reaching up to 130 KIAS. Its constant-speed prop allows the engine to run at a slower RPM, resulting in a quieter flight experience.

  • Speed: 130 kn
  • Max Weight: 2650 lb
  • Length: 27 nm
  • Engine: single
  • Range: 720 nm
  • Seats: 4

Four seated, high wing, single engine airplane equipped with tricycle landing gear, the Cessna 172 RG also includes a steerable nose wheel and two main wheels.

It is certified in the normal and utility category. It is not designed for purely aerobatic flight, though some maneuvers are permitted as per the aircraft’s POH. The aircraft is equipped for day VFR and may be equipped for night VFR and/or IFR.

The Garmin GNS 530/430 combination is a common dual-GPS avionics suite for an IFR-certified airplane, A single 430 or 530 functions as a communications radio (COM), a VOR/ILS/GS receiver (NAV), and a moving-map GPS.

Multi-Engine

Piper Seminole

The Pa-44 Seminole is a four-seated, multi-engine, low-wing airplane used mainly for MEP/IR training.

  • Speed: 204 nm
  • Max Weight: 4751 lb
  • Length: 28.6 ft
  • Engine: twin
  • Range: 828.3 nm
  • Seats: 6

Now equipped a modern flight deck, the Piper Seminole is the perfect option for both personal and training use. It clips along at 162 ktas at 20 gph and is extremely durable given it’s all metal construction.

It is certified in the normal and utility category. It is not designed for purely aerobatic flight, though some maneuvers are permitted as per the aircraft’s POH. The aircraft is equipped for day VFR and may be equipped for night VFR and/or IFR.

The Garmin GNS 530/430 combination is a common dual-GPS avionics suite for an IFR-certified airplane, A single 430 or 530 functions as a communications radio (COM), a VOR/ILS/GS receiver (NAV), and a moving-map GPS.

Piper Seneca

The Piper PA-34 Seneca is an American twin-engined light aircraft, produced by Piper Aircraft since 1971 and that remains in production. The Seneca is primarily used for MEL training or personal and business flying, building flight hours.

  • Speed: 160 kn
  • Max Weight: 3,800 lb 
  • Length: 27 ft 7 14 in
  • Engine: twin
  • Range: 915 nm
  • Seats: 6

Twin engines for redundancy in power and systems, respectable performance, stable handling, and ice protection. Piper PA-34 Seneca has the latest in avionics technology and lots of room in a comfortable cabin.

The Garmin GNS 530/430 combination is a common dual-GPS avionics suite for an IFR-certified airplane, A single 430 or 530 functions as a communications radio (COM), a VOR/ILS/GS receiver (NAV), and a moving-map GPS.

Locations

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Miami, Florida
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Los Angeles California, Corona
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Los Angeles California, Van Nuys