Cessna 172 Skyhawk
The most popular aircraft for flight training worldwide and the most produced. 172 Cessna flight training is a surprisingly significant step up from the Cessna flight training in the 150 model in size, performance, and overall operating preference for both the student and flight school. With a high rate for dispatch reliability it is easily maintained and incredibly safe. Cessna flight training has been adopted globally due to the aircraft’s ability to handle the constant wear and tear of student pilot’s learning new skills. A stable but controllable option that Flight Instructors prefer for the ideal experience while working with a new pilot.
Cessna 172 SP with G1000 Glass Cockpit
For a smoother conversion to airline cockpits, the 172 SP with G-1000 Glass Cockpit has become the affordable Cessna flight training option with the perk of learning to operate advanced instrumentation. Accelerated Flight Training Center has structured it’s training program to initiate a student’s Cessna flight training with the 6-pack, “steam gauges”, to build a foundation for instrument interpretation. Transitioning their Cessna flight training to the advanced Garmin 1000 system once the student pilot grasps the basics.
Piper Arrow PA-28
The Piper PA-28 hails from a family of aircraft described as the easiest to operate for a complex single engine aircraft. Typically used in flight training for CSEL training and cross country flights, the Arrow is the ideal aircraft for advanced student pilots.
Beechcraft Duchess BE-76
The Beechcraft Duchess BE-76 is a cantilever, twin engine monoplane with retractable tri-cycle gear. Students wanting to obtain a multi engine Private Pilot rating prior to completing CMEL training will utilize the Duchess.