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Current Aircraft Rates

Rates Effective as of May 1, 2017

Hourly rates include fuel. Photos of the aircraft are also available.

Year
Tail No

Make & Model

Equipment

Hourly Rate

Pilot Qualifications

1978

N87MT

Beechcraft

F-33A

Bonanza

Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel/ Intercom, Garmin GNS 530 Color Moving Map GPS/Nav/Com IFR Certified, Garmin GTX 327 Transponder, Collins remote mounted DME, Collins 351/251 Nav/Com w/ GS indicator, King 525A HSI slaved w/ Flight Director, King KFC 200 Autopilot, JPI Engine Monitor, Horizon Digital Tach, Osbourne Tip Tanks, Avionics West AM/FM cass., Digital OAT, Dual Yoke, Hartzell 3 Blade Prop

$160

(D)

1987

N550L

Beechcraft

F-33A

Bonanza

IO-550B Engine Conversion; 3 Blade McCauley Propeller; Garmin GNS 530 WAAS; King KMA 24 audio panel; PS Engineering 4 place Intercom; King KR 87 ADF; King KX 155 Nav/Com; King 55A Slaved Compass System; King KCS 55A Slaved HIS; King KN 63 Remote DME; King 76C Digital Transponder; KFC 200 Autopilot; Electric Trim; Insight Strikefinder; Panel Mount Chronometer; Electric Turn Coordinator; Standby Pressure System; Dual Yoke

$170

(D)

1976

N1125T

Piper

PA28R-200

Arrow II

GTN 750 with glide slope, traffic & weather; Flight Stream 210 (links the 750 with your ForeFlight); GNS 430 WAAS; GDL ADS-B In with Weather; GMA 340 Audio Panel; GTX 330 Mode S Transponder with ADS-B Out; S-Tec 50 Autopilot with altitude hold; Dual VORs with glide slope; Backup electric Attitude Indicator; Vertical card compass; Z-Engine monitor; Shadin Fuel Flow monitor; IFR Certified; Hartzell 3-blade prop; Lopresti speed mods

$136

(C)

1977

N631S

Cessna

182Q

#1: Garmin GNS-530W WAAS GPS Navigator; #1: Century NSD-360A HIS; #2: King KX-155 720 Channel Nav/Comm; #2: King KI-209 VOR/LOC/GS indicator; King KN-64 DME, Nav #1 & Nav #2 coupled; PS Eng'g PMA 8000 audio panel; Garmin GTX 330 Mode S Transponder; TransCal D120-P2 T Mode C Alt. Encoder; STEC-50 Autopilot with Altitude Hold; STEC Electric Trim option; STEC ST-901 GPSS Converter; Davtron 655-2 OAT Instrument; JPI EDM-700 engine monitor; Shadin Miniflo-L Fuel Flow Totalizer; AstroTech LC-2 digital chronometer; Garmin GPS-396 backup portable GPS/WX; Dual avionics master switches; SIRS Navigator NV2C-12V compass; BAS front seat shoulder harnesses; Shoulder harnesses for rear seat pax; Tanis engine pre-heating system; Long range fuel tanks (75 gal. usable); Bruce cover

$130

(B)

1967

N4746L

Piper

PA28-180

Cherokee

Dual King KX155s (one with glideslope); dual VORs; King KLN94 GPS; King KN94 DME; King KT76C Transponder; King KR87 ADF; King KMA24 Audio Panel with Marker Beacons; JPI EDM700 Engine Analyzer with Fuel Flow; IFR Certified

$105

(A)

  1. Single Engine, Fixed Gear

    Any club member of active status holding a currently effective FAA Student, Private, Commercial, or Air Transport Pilot certificate with single engine land rating may operate the club's single engine, fixed gear aircraft.

  2. Single Engine, Fixed Gear Cessna 182

    Any club member of active status holding a currently effective FAA Private, Commercial, or Air Transport Pilot certificate with single engine land rating may operate the club's single engine, fixed gear Cessna 182 aircraft provided they:

    1. Have logged 125 or more hours of flight time; and
    2. Have logged 5 or more hours in the same make and model within the last two (2) years (or, in lieu of 5 hours in the same make and model within the last two (2) years, have logged 5 hours or more of dual instruction in the aircraft of interest with a club check-out instructor authorized for that aircraft; provided, however, if the club member is current in one or more of the Club's single-engine retractable Bonanza aircraft, then the requirement of 5 hours of dual instruction shall be reduced by 2 hours).

  3. Single Engine, Retractable Gear Arrow

    Any club member of active status holding a currently effective FAA Private, Commercial, or Air Transport Pilot certificate with single engine land rating may operate the club's single retractable, engine gear Arrow aircraft provided they:

    1. Have logged 125 or more hours of flight time;
    2. Have logged 25 or more hours of retractable gear flight time (or, in lieu of 25 hours, have logged 10 hours or more of dual instruction in the aircraft of interest with a club check-out instructor authorized for that aircraft);
    3. Have logged 5 or more hours in same make and model

  4. Single Engine, Retractable Gear Bonanza

    Any club member of active status holding a currently effective FAA Private, Commercial, or Air Transport Pilot certificate with single engine land rating may operate the club's single engine, retractable gear Bonanza aircraft provided they:

    1. Have logged 150 or more hours of flight time;
    2. Have logged 25 or more hours of retractable gear flight time (or, in lieu of 25 hours, have logged 10 hours or more of dual instruction in the aircraft of interest with a club check-out instructor authorized for that aircraft);
    3. Have logged 5 or more hours in same make and model