Piper Cherokee

4 Seater, low wing touring aircraft

4 seater low wing aircraft, designed for touring.

Designed for flight training, air taxi, and personal use, the Piper PA-28 Cherokee is a popular aircraft at all airports. An alternative to the Cessna range the Piper PA28 is considered an all round great aircraft.

Used to train future airline pilots, the PA-28 airframe comes in many variations from the entry 140hp Cherokee to the complex 200hp Arrow. Learning in our PA28 will you a head start if you’re considering your Commercial Pilots Licence.

Flying your family to France for the day is a breeze, thanks to the Lycoming O-320 and large wing tanks giving the Cherokee a range of over 700nm.

Performance

Power

160hp

Max Speed

127kts

Cruise Speed

119kts

Stall Speed

48kts

Grob 115

Used for Elementary Flight Training by the RAF

Aircraft Fleet Grob 115 G-BOPU

2 seater low wing aircraft, constructed of carbon composites.

The cockpit features a broad canopy arch and spine. Forward visibility is good with a side-by-side seating configuration. Seats are fixed, so seating is adjusted with cushions as well as a rudder bar adjuster.

Used to train future military pilots in the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy and Army Air Corps, replacing the older Bulldogs as a basic trainer. It’s considered a modern trainer with over 200 airframes built to date.

The lightweight airframe and powerful Lycoming O-235 gives the G-115 a range of over 500nm.

Performance

Power

108hp

Max Speed

119kts

Cruise Speed

110kts

Stall Speed

52kts

Cessna 150 (C150)

Reliable, robust and easy to fly.

Aircraft Fleet Cessna 150 G-OKLY

2 seater high wing aircraft, constructed mainly from aluminium.

Cessna 150 is the fourth most produced civilian aircraft ever, with 23,839 examples made. It is simple, robust, and easy to fly. Constructed mainly from aluminium to keep weight to a minimum and ensure the longevity of the aircraft. It’s high wing design means great ground visibility and has been the number one choice for flight schools over the world.

Coupled with a Continental O-200 engine the aircraft has a range of over 400nm.

Generations of pilots have learned to fly in a Cessna, thanks to it’s slow stall speed making for slow and smooth  landings.

Students must not exceed 15 stones (95 kg) in weight or 6’2” (1m 87cm) in height.

Aircraft Fleet Cessna 150 G-BRBH

Performance

Power

100hp

Max Speed

110kts

Cruise Speed

107kts

Stall Speed

43kts