Our Cessna 172L Skyhawk has long been a favorite for students and renters alike. Its light controls make for simple and fun flying, while its WAAS-equipped GPS, Aspen Primary Flight Display, and other advanced avionics allow for IFR flight and precision approaches down to minimums.
N19710 is available for students and renters for $155 per hour, including fuel.
Want a Skyhawk with a little more power and useful load? Our Cessna 172SP Skyhawk offers just that, in addition to an advanced 3-axis autopilot, electric trim, and leather interior. This makes for both a great basic trainer and IFR trainer, and a good option for cross country flights.
N783SF is available for students and renters for $180 per hour, including fuel.
Do you prefer flying with a low wing than a high wing? If so, our Piper Cherokee is for you. It provides plenty of power for fast cruise speeds and good climb performance, with a comfortable and roomy cabin. It is also IFR equipped for students pursing their instrument rating, or for renters wishing to log IFR time.
N15417 is available for students and renters for $160 per hour, including fuel.
Our Piper Arrow IV is one of Knoxville Flight Training Academy's favorite aircraft in the fleet. While not typically used as a basic trainer, it is available for students who want their complex aircraft endorsement, instrument rating, or commercial pilot certificate, and is a great option for renters who want to fly cross country. It is equipped with the most advanced avionics in our fleet, brand new leather interior, and autopilot.
N8378B is available for students and renters for $200 per hour, including fuel.
Our full-motion flight simulator is FAA-certified, meaning that up to 20 hours of your instrument flight time may be logged in furtherance of your instrument rating, and can be used on your next instrument proficiency check! It can simulate the Cessna 172S, Cessna 182T (with a G1000 cockpit), and the multi-engine Piper Seminole.
Our simulator is available for students and renters for $90, $95, and $100 per hour for the 172, 182, and Seminole respectively.