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SkyWarrior Fleet


Large Fleet, Less Delays, Faster Training....... Questions?

Fleet Overview

Cessna 172 (37 Total In Fleet)

  • Primary Use

    • Private Pilot Certificate

    • Instrument Rating

    • Commercial Pilot Certificate

    • CFI/CFII

    • Timebuilding/Rental Aircraft


Each SkyWarrior 172 is currently being updated with Dual G5 Garmin panel displays (pictured above right) as well as the Garmin 650.  This upgrade will allow students to get experience with aviation electronics, while keeping the cost of flight training at an competitive price point.

Piper PA-44 Seminole (4 Total In Fleet)

  • Primary Use

    • Multi-Engine Rating

    • Multi-Engine Add-On

    • MEI

    • Airline Transport Pilot


The Piper Seminole is unique in that their is no "critical engine".  This makes the aircraft very attractive for new multi-engine pilots as well as students who are participating in multi-engine flight training.

Cessna 150 & 150 Aerobat (2 Total In Fleet)

  • Primary Use

    • CFI Spin Training Endorsement

    • Upset Recovery Training

    • Acrobatics 


Similar to the Cessna 172 the 150 is a high wing aircraft that was primarily developed as a training aircraft.  This plane only has two seats (as opposed to 4 in the 172) and a much smaller useful load.  The Cessna 150 can cut down the cost of flight training but for larger individuals it may not be a comfortable aircraft.  The Cessna 150 Aerobat is a fully acrobatic aircraft used for spin training, upset recovery and general fun for those who have a flare for aviation.

RedBird SD Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD)

  • Primary Use

    • Private Pilot (2.5 Hours)

    • Instrument Rating (20 Hours)

    • Commercial Pilot (50 Hours)

    • ATP (25 Hours)

    • IPC Check (Mostly)

    • Instrument Currency Requirements


The Redbird SD is approved as an FAA Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD) by the FAA.  The use of this simulator for courses both 141 and 61 (hours listed above) can drastically reduce the cost of flight training.  Additionally, sim use is a great way to keep your FAA Instrument Rating current as well as basic aviation practice, particularly your instrument skills.

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