1977 Cessna 172N Skyhawk II - N734NA Our Primary and Instrument training aircraft, 4 November Alpha is a very clean, well-maintained version of the most widely produced Skyhawk which has been a single owner aircraft since 1984. It is not the same Skyhawk that came from Wichita in 1977.
1973 Cessna 182P Skyplane - N21597 The timeless Skylane, probably the perfect match of engine and airframe in a personal cross-country airplane. The old saying with Skylanes is that if it will fit in the cabin, you can carry it so fill up the seats, baggage compartment and fuel tanks and fly away. In production since the 1950s and improved over the years, this aircraft has much to offer.
1971 Cessna 172L Skyhawk II - N7995G Even though 95Gulf is IFR capable, it fits in well as our primary training aircraft. It is a clean version of the early 1970s Skyhawk but with additions which much improve it.