Club & School Fleet

Club aircraft come in all sizes and budgets. Cessna 172s are pefect for training and local flights. Cruise to your next meeting in the Cirrus or Bonanza or take the whole family in the Lance, Aztec or Baron.

Cessna 172 Skyhawk

FlyCarolina’s standard Cessna 172s are nicely equipped trainers that are available at all training locations primarily used for student pilot & instrument training and light travel.

  • 115 knots max cruise
  • Garmin 430 GPS equipped
  • 4-seat fixed gear
  • Available at all FlyCarolina locations

Cessna 172 G1000

Train in a glass cockpit with one of our Cessna 172 with Garmin G1000 avionics.

  • 115 knots max cruise
  • Garmin G1000 equipped
  • 4-seat fixed gear

Cessna Cutlass 172RG

This retractable gear Cessna is the perfect “step up” aircraft for the pilot transitioning to complex high wing aircraft.

  • 130 knot cruise
  • Garmin 430WAAS
  • XM weather
  • Leather interior

Piper Lance

The Lance is an excellent aircraft that seats up to six known for its combination of speed (150 knots) and load hauling capability. This aircraft is ideal for family vacations and has beautiful paint and interior.

  • Garmin G500 w/Altitude Preselect
  • Garmin GTN 750 GPS/NAV/Comm
  • Garmin GDL-88 ADSB receiver
  • Garmin Flight Stream 210 (connect your iPad to the plane's avionics)
  • Garmin 330 transponder
  • Garmin 35 Audio Panel
  • Garmin GNS-430W
  • STEC-55X w/Autotrim and Altitude Preselect via G-500
  • JPI EDM-700

Beech V-Tail Bonanza

Beechcraft’s legendary V-Tail is a great traveling pilot’s aircraft with excellent speed (170 knots) and range in a comfortable cabin with room for four people and bags.

  • Garmin dual WAAS Avionics
  • XM Weather/Traffic
  • 2 axis Autopilot
  • 4-5 passengers
  • Based in Monroe

Cirrus SR22

The Cirrus aircraft is the most advanced single-engine aircraft ever made and is perfect for up to four people for regional travel. This aircraft features a built-in aircraft parachute system for added safety.

  • 175 knot cruise
  • Garmin WAAS
  • XM Weather/Traffic
  • 700 mile range

Redbird FMX Simulator

The cheapest and safest way to learn how to fly. At $89/hour, (Or $80 if 5 or more hours are purchased) or $119 for introductory flight.We can simulate anything from an IFR equipped Cessna Skyhawk, Cirrus SR20, or a Piper Seneca. The simulator can be also used for all proficiency hours, as well 50 hours towards your commercial license.

  • FAA Approved Flight Training Device: suitable for building time towards your instrument rating
  • Effective July 27, 2018: Instrument rated pilots can maintain IFR currency using the Redbird FMX without an instructor.
  • $189 for instrument proficiency Clinic. Includes one hour of ground instruction, and one hour of flying in the simulator.
  • Located in our Monroe FBO