N62740 - "Sweet Pea"
A 1982 Cessna 172P, N62740, or “Sweet Pea” boasts a 180hp carbureted engine, a cruise prop and a Garmin GTN 650Xi and two G5s in place of attitude indicator and HSI.
N99243 - "Numbers"
A 1985 Cessna 172P, N99243, or “Numbers” is a VFR airplane equipped with a climb prop and 160 horsepower carbureted engine.
N2830Q - "Becky"
With the rear seats removed for extra performance, N2830Q or “Orange Blaze/OB” has dual VORs and an ADF–for which there is a nearby approach! Though rated with fewer horsepower than its siblings in the fleet, this airplane has no problem with the high-density altitude of the Colorado Front Range.
N7548G - "Brenda"
With the rear seats removed for extra performance, N7548G has dual VORs and an ADF–for which there is a nearby approach! Though rated with fewer horsepower than its siblings in the fleet, this airplane has no problem with the high-density altitude of the Colorado Front Range. “Brenda” is a twin to “Becky.”
The checklists are currently linked to N2830Q, which is an identical checklist.
N9550G - "Gangsta"
A 1998 180hp Cessna 172R, N9550G is fuel injected and IFR capable with dual VORs. “Gangsta” is a twin to “Foxy.”
The checklists are currently linked to N9895F, which is an identical checklist.
Pictures coming soon…
N9895F - "Foxy"
A 1997 180 hp Cessna 172R, N9895F or “Foxy” is fuel injected and IFR certified with a Garmin GPS 175. Anyone up for some instrument flying?
This low-wing addition to our fleet is a new hit! If you are eager to experience the flight profile and sight picture of a low-wing aircraft, check out this aircraft today.
A favorite for discovery flights, it gives you a beautiful view and experience to brag about to your family and friends.
This beautiful 172 is a G1000 equipped aircraft. Learn the intricacies of a glass panel especially if your goal is to fly professionally.
As you build time toward your commercial requirements, don’t forget that 26S is a technically advanced aircraft (PFD, MFD, and Dual-axis autopilot) so it qualifies for the 10 hours required in 61.129(a)(3)(ii).
N1025V - "Queen Vic"
With 195 continuous horsepower and 210 on climb-out, the 172 XP workhorse that is N1025V earns the name “Queen Vic” every day. With a fuel injected engine, a constant-speed prop, a Garmin 430 and an autopilot, this airplane is IFR certified and great for mountain flying!
N95FC - "Forest"
This Cessna 182 workhorse offers the perfect cross-country machine. With a STOL kit, constant-speed prop, a Garmin 430 and 235 horses this airplane is IFR certified and excellent for exploring the Rocky Mountains!
Military & First Responders:
We are proud to offer a 5% discount off of aircraft rental rates to all military personnel/first responders! To take advantage of these savings, please bring in a copy of your work ID.
The aircraft available for overnight excursions are N6026S, N1025V, and N95FC. We encourage you to take these aircraft overnight and on long trips to appreciate the freedom being a pilot has to offer you and your family!
Please note: There are rental restrictions on our C172 Aircraft. We will continue to restrict any overnight flights on our training fleet and will also be enforcing daily minimums for reservations exceeding five hours. If you rent one of our C172 aircraft for the day, you will be able to schedule it for up to five hours without a minimum flight time requirement. If you schedule for over five hours, we will charge for up to ½ of the time that it was scheduled for. (Example; if you book the plane for six hours and only fly two hours, we will charge for three hours of flight time at the hourly rate for the aircraft used). This policy does not include mountain flight training.