Our Fleet

Capital City Aviation has a standardized fleet of aircraft which fit a variety of roles for different member goals. Whether you’d like to train locally, fly a technologically advanced aircraft, or get somewhere fast for business or pleasure, Capital City Aviation can help you meet your objective. All of our aircraft are IFR certified, and rates listed below include fuel.

Instructors are $45 for primary training, and $65 for Advanced Cirrus Transition.

Cirrus SR-20

The SR20 is the perfect dual-role airplane: easily manageable for the newer pilot, while being a modern, technically advanced aircraft for the most seasoned pilots. This aircraft features the The Cirrus Airframe Parachute System® (CAPS®) and the Garmin Perspective avionics package. Enjoy unprecedented situational awareness, and unprecedented safety features in the most technically advanced general aviation aircraft available.

  • Engine: IO-360-ES 200 HP Engine
  • Cruise Speed: 145 Knots
  • Useful Load: 815 Pounds
  • Range: 630 Nautical Miles
  • Rental Rate: $230 Per Hour
  • Available Aircraft: 3 (N321WZ) (N456PP) (N306BZ)

Insurance Requirements: Student pilot certificate under direct supervision of a Cirrus Standardized Instructor Pilot (CSIP) or Cirrus Trained Instructor (CTI) or Private Pilot Certificate or higher; CSIP or CTI checkout through the completion of the Cirrus SR20 Perspective basic transition course (Approximately 4 hours of ground, and 6-8 hours in type) Must complete the VFR, and IFR transition courses in order to fly under the corresponding flight rules.

Cirrus SR-22

For many years the Cirrus SR22 series has been the best selling general aviation aircraft in its class. Experience the Cirrus SR 22’s advanced technological innovation, exhilarating performances and unprecedented style at Capital City Aviation. This aircraft features the Cirrus Airframe Parachute, The Garmin Perspective G1000 avionics package, and an anti-ice ‘Flight Into Known Icing’ certification (FIKI). With these features, the Cirrus SR-22 provides unprecedented situational awareness and safety features in comparison to its competitors.

  • Engine: IO-550-ES 310 HP Engine
  • Cruise Speed: 175 Knots
  • Useful Load: 1100 Lbs
  • Range: 800 Nautical Miles
  • Rental Rate: $309 Per Hour
  • Available Aircraft: 2 (N742LG) (824KB)

Insurance Requirements: Private Pilot Certification with an Instrument Rating; 300 hours total flight time; 10 hours in type (SR22) plus completion of the following: the Cirrus SR22 Perspective Basic Transition Course, the Instrument Procedures Course, and the Icing Awareness Course online.

(In lieu of 300 hours experience, 150 hours total time, Instrument Rating, 25 in make and model with a CSIP or CTI with completion of the Cirrus SR22 Perspective Basic Transition course, the Instrument Procedures Course and the Icing Awareness Course online)

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Cessna 172N Skyhawk

When a person pictures a small single engine airplane, the Cessna 172 is probably what comes to mind. The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is a four-seat, single-engine, high wing aircraft that has been in production since 1955. Measured by its longevity and popularity, the Cessna 172 is the most successful general aviation aircraft in history. This is because The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is a proven aircraft that is fun to fly, stable to train in, and reliable.

  • Engine: Lycoming O-320-H2AD producing 160 HP @2700 RPM
  • Cruise Speed: 110 Knots
  • Useful Load: 825 Pounds
  • Range: 450 Nautical Miles
  • Rental Rate: $124 Per Hour
  • Available Aircraft: 3 (N734UL) (N739EU) (N75746)

Insurance Requirements: Student Pilot Certificate under direct supervision or Private Pilot Certificate or higher; CCA approved instructor checkout of at least 1.0 hour flight and 1.0 hour ground instruction.

Piper Pa-28-161 Warrior II

The Piper Pa-28-161 Warrior II is a single engine, four-seat low wing aircraft that is one of the most prolific aircraft in general aviation history. The Piper Pa-28 airframe is known for its ‘Hershey Bar’ square wings and its stabilator tail which contributes to a stable and reliable flying experience. Our Piper Warrior II features a Garmin 430W, electric trim, new paint, and an updated interior. These features make it a great airplane to either train in, or explore new places in VFR, or IFR.

  • Engine: Lycoming O-320-D2A producing 160 HP @2700 RPM
  • Cruise Speed: 110 Knots
  • Useful Load: 825 Pounds
  • Range: 450 Nautical Miles
  • Rental Rate: $124 Per Hour
  • Available Aircraft: 1 (N84054)

Insurance Requirements: Student Pilot Certificate under direct supervision or Private Pilot Certificate or higher; CCA approved instructor checkout of at least 1.0 hour flight and 1.0 hour ground instruction.

Beechcraft F33A Bonanza

Our Beechcraft F33A Bonanza is the 1973 iteration of the nearly 70 year long lineage of the Beechcraft Bonanza type. No two Bonanzas are the same, and ours is certainly no exception to the rule. Equipped with a Garmin 500 PFD/MFD with Synthetic Vision, a GNS 430W GPS, a GNS 530W GPS, an S-Tex 55x Autopilot, and Sirius XM Radio and Weather, this airplane has everything you need, and more! Enjoy superior situational awareness and comfort while going 160 knots through the air.

  • Engine: Continental IO-520-B producing 285 HP @ 2500 RPM
  • Cruise Speed: 165 Knots
  • Useful Load: 1100 lbs
  • Range: 700 Nautical Miles
  • Rental Rate: $202 Per Hour
  • Available Aircraft: 1 (N326KB)

Insurance Requirements: Private Pilot Certificate or higher; 100 hours of total time; complex airplane logbook endorsement; 25 hours retractable gear experience; CCA approved instructor checkout of at least 1.0 hour flight and 1.0 hour of ground instruction

(In lieu of 25 hours retractable gear experience, 10 hours of dual instruction in this make and model and 15 take-offs and landings)

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Piper Pa-32-300 Cherokee Six 300

If you’re a pilot who wants to take the whole family flying, this is the airplane for you. The Piper Pa-32-300 ‘Cherokee Six’ is a six-place, high performance fixed gear aircraft that has proven itself in its ability to carry a lot of payload, quickly. The Cherokee Six has been manufactured since 1965, and has become a favorite with pilots who intend carry the whole family, or a lot of equipment on trips. To aid in that ability, our Cherokee Six is IFR certified and contains a Garmin 430. Overall, the Cherokee Six is an airplane that is capable of both utility, and speed.

  • Engine: Lycoming IO-540 K1G5 producing 300 HP @2700 RPM
  • Cruise Speed:140 Knots
  • Useful Load: 1,300 Pounds
  • Range: 650 Nautical Miles
  • Rental Rate: $190 Per Hour
  • Available Aircraft: 1 (N3055R)

Insurance Requirements: Private Pilot of higher; 100 of total flight time; 25 hours high performance; CCA approved instructor checkout with a minimum of 1.0 ground and 1.5 flight instruction.

(In lieu of 25 hours high performance, 5 hours dual instruction in the make and model and a minimum of 10 take-offs and landings.)