Aircraft

Aircraft 2019-10-25T18:52:57+00:00

N951SC – CESSNA 172

Model Year: 2013
Engine: Lycoming IO-360 180 HP
Garmin G1000 Glass Cockpit
Max Occupants: 4

N952SC – CESSNA 172

Model Year: 2013
Engine: Lycoming IO-360 180 HP
Garmin G1000 Glass Cockpit
Max Occupants: 4

N753SC – CESSNA 172

Model Year: 2019
Engine: Lycoming IO-360 180 HP
Garmin G1000 NXi Glass Cockpit
Max Occupants: 4

N854SC – CESSNA 172

Model Year: 2019
Engine: Lycoming IO-360 180 HP
Garmin G1000 NXi Glass Cockpit
Max Occupants: 4

N835SC – CESSNA 172

Model Year: 2012
Engine: Lycoming IO-360 180 HP
Garmin G1000 Glass Cockpit
Max Occupants: 4

N626SC – CESSNA 172

Model Year: 2014
Engine: Lycoming IO-360 180 HP
Garmin G1000 Glass Cockpit
Max Occupants: 4

N646CB – CESSNA 172

Model Year: 2019
Engine: Lycoming IO-360 180 HP
Garmin G1000 Glass NXi Cockpit
Max Occupants: 4

N528SC – CESSNA 172 SP

Model Year: 2002
Engine: Lycoming IO-360 180 HP
Bendix/King KAP140 Autopilot
Max Occupants: 4

WHY CHOOSE CESSNA?

Cessna’s 172 Skyhawk is a trainer and has been since the 1950s. Cessna prides itself on the knowledge that students who learn to fly in a 172 can transfer their knowledge to any other aircraft on their production line. With the G1000 integrated avionics suite, which is a standard in most general aviation aircraft today, students can step up easily into high performance aircraft while saving money on their initial training.

"Checked out all flight school options and Sierra Charlie was no doubt the best flight school in the area. The brand new Cessnas are by far the best aircraft I've had the opportunity to fly. The staff are educated and well equipped for both ground and air. I would absolutely recommend this place."
Jordan