FLIGHT SIMULATORS

We offer three FAA-approved flight simulators (Advanced Aviation Training Devices). These devices can dramatically reduce the cost of your flying, because they can be used to satisfy significant portions of the FAA training time requirements for various certificates and ratings.

Why 'fly' a simulator rather than a real aircraft? For one thing, they're much less expensive than the real aircraft, with no aviation fuel costs to worry about. (Your instructor's fee is not included in the hourly rental cost.) You can experience a variety of training scenarios that would be time-consuming or unsafe to duplicate in an actual aircraft, you can receive credit towards your FAA training, and you can practice any maneuver before flying the real aircraft.
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Our Cessna 172SPs offer safe, comfortable, affordable flying.
We have four glass-cockpit aircraft for rental, starting at just $80/hr dry!!
Deluxe 5-screen model: $60/hr
> Up to 2.5 hours of training credit towards your private pilot certificate
> Up to 20 hours of training credit towards your instrument rating
> Up to 50 hours of training credit towards your commercial pilot certificate
> Up to 25 hours of training credit towards your ATP certificate
> Instrument-rated pilots can use the PI-135 to maintain instrument currency,
per 14 CFR 61.57 (c)(1)
> Instrument-rated pilots can complete most of an Instrument Proficiency Check
> Simulates wide variety of aircraft, both single-engine and multi-engine. Includes
multi-engine jet aircraft.
> Includes five 52" HDTV displays (only 3 shown above) for ultra-realistic
'wraparound' visibility
 
Elite RC-1: $60/hr
> Up to 2.5 hours of training credit towards your private pilot certificate
> Up to 20 hours of training credit towards your instrument rating
> Up to 50 hours of training credit towards your commercial pilot certificate
> Up to 25 hours of training credit towards your ATP certificate
> Instrument-rated pilots can use the PI-135 to maintain instrument currency,
per 14 CFR 61.57 (c)(1)
> Instrument-rated pilots can complete most of an Instrument Proficiency Check
> Simulates wide variety of aircraft, both single-engine and multi-engine. Includes
multi-engine jet aircraft.