Lanier Flight Center operates a fleet of Cessna and other popular aircraft perfectly suited for primary and advanced flight training. Thanks to our meticulous Director of Maintenance, and team of FAA licensed mechanics, you can rest assured that each plane is in top flying shape. In fact, our maintenance standards exceed that required for Cessna’s Phase Card Inspection program.
The optimal plane for sport pilot training, the 162 Skycatcher is also great for private pilot training and satisfies current FAA UAV pilot training requirements. Powered by a Continental O-200 engine with 100 horsepower, the Skycatcher can cruise at speeds as high as 118kts. It also features a Garmin G300 avionics suite, specifically designed for this aircraft. The C162 also includes the "stoke" design, which combines the characteristics of the yoke and stick.
Our Newest Addition The 1974 Cessna 150L aircraft equipped with the standard 6 pack gauges and a Garmin 396 GPS. A perfect aircraft for building time for you commercial or even come out and get you Private pilot license in it. Powered by a Continental O-200-A with 100 horsepower. Come Check her out!
The Skyhawk SP aircraft with NAV II standard gauges provides a perfect training platform for private and instrument pilot certificates. This plane is equipped with KLN 94 color GPS, King KMD-550 multi-function display and Garmin 650 autopilot.
This plane, equipped with the Garmin G1000 NAV III glass cockpit, offers the premier flight training experience. The G1000 integrates all primary flight, engine, sensor, and navigation data to provide an intuitive display of all necessary information. A secure GFC700 autopilot makes for easier cross-country flights. And this Skyhawk also features two, full-color, 10.4-inch, active-matrix LCD displays to improve aviation safety.
Our 1976 Piper Arrow II is the perfect option for a cross-country flight. Featuring a higher useful load and true airspeed than our trainers, this plane is optimal for complex endorsement. It is a great option for pilots training for a commercial or certified flight instructor rating.
This is the perfect plane for weekend getaways. It is fast, reliable and equipped with dual Garmin 430s that include an autopilot feature designed to let you fly with ease.
Our Piper Seminole is available for multi-engine training and rental by approved customers. It presents an affordable option for pilots in need of multi-engine hours. It is also equipped with Garmin 430 and 650 GPS units to aid your pursuits.
Flight Training Simulators
This FAA approved simulator is invaluable as a ground trainer for those pilots questing their instrumental or commercial ratings. Pilots may log 20 hours in simulated instrument conditions and 50 hours toward commercial certificates. This allows perspective pilots to save costs while receiving cutting-edge training.
The ALSIM AL172 MKII flight simulator represents a Cessna 172SP Skyhawk NAV III aircraft equipped with the Garmin G1000® NXi avionics suite, meeting the requirement as both FAA FTD level 5 and EASA FNPT II for maximum credit hours.
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Lanier Flight Center Aircraft Rates:
Analog Avionics / Light Sport Training Aircraft
1974 Cessna 150L: N11351- This month only: Prepay $110, Walk-in: $140
2011 Cessna Skycatcher LSA: N5204U — Prepay: $140, Walk-in: $180
1997 Cessna 172SP: N393ES — Prepay: $185, Walk-in: $220
2001 Cessna 172SP: N109TJ — Prepay: $185, Walk-in: $220
2003 Cessna 172SP: N2132W — Prepay: $185, Walk-in: $220
2005 Cessna 172SP: N1006V — Prepay: $185, Walk-in: $220
Technically Advanced Training Aircraft
2012 Cessna 172SP G1000: N291HW — Prepay: $225, Walk-in: $260
2013 Cessna 172SP G1000: N623KW — Prepay: $225, Walk-in: $260
2018 Cessna 172SP G1000Nxi: N1129C — Prepay: $260, Walk-in: $300
Complex / High Performance / Multi Engine Training Aircraft
1976 Piper Arrow II: N6238J — Prepay: $230, Walk-in: $265
1978 Cessna 182RG: N9947C — Prepay: $250, Walk-in: $325
Piper Seminole Twin Engine: N727LF — Prepay: $450, Walk-in: $550
Aircraft Training Simulators
ELITE RC1 Simulator: Prepay: $65, Walk-in: $75
Rental rates of instructors
Flight Instructor — Prepay: $80, Walk-in: $90
Assistant Chief Flight Instructor – Prepay: $90, Walk-in: $100
Chief Flight Instructor — Prepay: $100, Walk-in: $110
IFR/Advanced Instruction — Instructor rate plus $5
Multi-Engine Instruction — Instructor rate plus $20
Owner Aircraft Instruction — Prepay: $95, Walk-in: $105