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The Cessna 150 is American two-seat single-engine high-wing airplane developed specifically to provide pilot training. The plane provides a high standard of pilot safety. It is the most frequently used training aircraft in the world, the training classic being one of the most produced airplanes in history thanks to its excellent performance. Its maximum flight range is 910 km and maximum take-off weight is 725 kg. Some C-150s are also fully certified for basic aerobatic manoeuvres.

The aircraft is used primarily for:

  • basic pilot training
  • improving piloting technique
  • night flight training
  • spin recovery and prevention
  • sightseeing flights

 

 

The Cessna 162 is American two-seat single-engine high-wing airplane of semi-shell construction intended for recreational flying. Compared to the earlier C152, it is distinguished by its considerable cockpit spaciousness and better outward visibility. It is equipped with a Garmin G300 system integrating all flight, navigation and motor instruments, substituting conventional instruments and thus increasing the crew´s spatial awareness and reducing the crew´s amount of stress. The 100-horsepower Continental engine is equipped with a fixed propeller. The maximum take-off weight is 599 kg and its cruising speed is 207 km/h.

The aircraft is used primarily for:

  • flight hour coverage
  • air tourism

The Cessna 172 is four-seat single-engine piston high-wing airplane, created to be as reliable and safe as the C152, but offering more space and a bigger cockpit capacity. It is the most successful and the most produced aircraft in history. As a popular choice, worldwide, it is improved upon constantly with more advanced systems and avionics. In our fleet, we have six Cessna 172s in total, four of which are equipped with the Garmin G1000 glass cockpit. This cockpit integrates all flight instruments and increases the pilot´s spatial awareness and general flight safety by ergonomically obtaining flight information. For this reason, we chose to use these airplanes in our flight school to teach flight instruments, among other things. This airplane has a 180- horsepower four-cylinder Lycoming engine, enabling cruising speeds of up to 230 km/h. Its maximum distance is 960 km and the airplane can climb up to 4 200 metres.

  The aircraft is used primarily for:

  • basic and advanced pilot training
  • instrument flight training
  • training flights abroad
  • sightseeing flights

The Cessna 152 succeeded the popular Cessna 150. Just as its forerunner, its main application was for pilot training. Users appreciated its wider cockpit and more powerful engine. Our C152 is approved for aerobatics, which further benefits the pilot being trained. The C-152 version has a slightly more powerful, 110-horsepower Lycoming engine. Its normal cruising speed is 180 km/h with a maximum range of 880 km and the airplane can climb to altitudes of 3 850 metres.

The aircraft is used primarily for:

  • improving piloting technique
  • spin recovery and prevention

The Cessna 172RG comes from C172 airplane. As its name indicates, it is equipped with a retractable landing gear, unlike previous models. It has a 180-horsepower four-cylinder air-cooled engine with a constant-speed propeller. The cruising speed is about 240 km/h and the flight range of 1 555 km makes this type of aircraft ideal for CPL and IR training. Its maximum take-off weight is 1 200 kg.