Flying Club Aircraft

Your New Fleet


Cessna 172N

This is a very special 172 to fly. Modified to perform at altitude with a Powerflow Tuned Exhaust system and a Horton STOL kit the aircraft loves to climb. Add to that a full glass cockpit, including all engine instruments, this is a wonderful and safe VFR/IFR mountain flier.

Cessna 172S

Equipped with a fuel-injected 180 horsepower engine this late model 172 is a wonderful aircraft for learning in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Equipped with an autopilot this aircraft also makes the cross country flight much less taxing on the pilot and IFR flying a lot more manageable.

If you are looking to learn to fly, get your advanced ratings, or just have a delightful C172 to go places in this aircraft will be at the top of your list!


Cessna 172M

This Cessna 172M is a 180 hp green and white aircraft with a Powerflow High-Performance Exhaust upgrade. This combination makes it a real performer in both climb and in cruise. It’s a low-cost 172 with basic instruments and ADS-B out. Nicknamed “Evil Victor” because of its N# it a popular aircraft for club members to take on CX trips over the mountains.

1938 Piper J3 Cub

There might nit be a more iconic aircraft than the J3 Cub. This is a very special airplane with an incredible history dating back to WWII. Expereince the purest from of flying and jump into a J3 Cub.

Super Decathlon

The American Champion…

…Super Decathlon is a fully aerobatic tailwheel aircraft with 180 HP. It’s a two-seat tandem airplane with a beautiful interior and a real treat to fly. 4JE is equipped with a 430w Nav/Com and ADS-B. (a 1993 8KCAB with the metal spars, not the wood)

If you want your tailwheel rating, upset training, spin training or to learn aerobatics come fly our American Champion.


Piper Cherokee 160

An awesome polished aluminum Cherokee with the 160 HP upgrade and a nice IFR package. If you are looking for a trainer or an inexpensive and comfortable cross-country airplane to take a friend and or loved one in then 14WR is it!

Piper Cherokee 160

An awesome Cherokee…

…with the 161 HP Lycombing D2A (factory built) and upgraded with a Powerflow Exhaust system this aircraft is rated at 185 HP and a nice IFR package. This airplane was our first in the club and has been a wonderful performer for students and seasoned pilots alike.

If you are looking for a trainer or an inexpensive and comfortable cross-country airplane to take a friend and or loved one in then 66R is it!


Cherokee 180C

The latest addition to our family, the 180 Hp Cherokee C, offers excellent flight training and cross-country experiences. This airplane has a cruise prop on it to give it more speed in cruise and a larger cabin for comfortable, fast, and affordable flying.

The 180 HP Lycoming engine performs well at our altitude and over the mountains. Like most of the PA-28 aircraft, this one is a dreamboat to land. It has toe breaks on the pilot side and a hand brake, dual KX155 radios, and ADS-B out. If you are looking to learn to fly do some IFR work or just travel this airplane is a good choice.


Cessna 182M

This Cessna 182 is a 1969 model with a 230 hp O-470.

Nicely Equipped with an autopilot and everything you need to go IFR this aircraft is a fast cross country machine!

If you are looking to make friends or family to far-off places and do so comfortably and quickly it’s hard to beat the fuel efficiency and speed of a Cessna 182.


Cessna 182P

This Cessna 182 has the bigger landing gera and tires on it giving it a beefy look. Equipped with an Aspen Pro PFD and a Garmin 430 WAAS Navigator, this airplane can take you where you want to go in style and comfort.

Piper Aztec

Looking to get your Multi-Engine rating? Or maybe you are already a pilot and want to take the family on cross-country trips in a nice, roomy, powerful 6-seat twin-engine Aircraft. Either way, this aircraft is an excellent choice! Equipped with a STEC autopilot a Garmin 430W and a beautiful interior the Piper Aztec will take you where you want to go in style!

Cessna 150/150L

An awesome C150 with the 150 HP Lycoming O-320 upgrade. This airplane has plenty of power. Burning a cool 6.5 gallons per hour this is the least expensive aircraft to fly in the club. If you are looking to learn or just to build time, this aircraft should be one you look at seriously.

Flight Simulator

As the club grows we are always looking to ways to expand the tools available to our members. This FAA-Approved BATD Flight Simulator from Gleim Aviation can be used for instructional purposes with a Certified Flight Instructor.