Aircraft Type Ratings

We can provide aircraft type ratings on the following aircraft

Cessna 172N & Cessna 172SP | Piper PA 28 - 180 Archer | Diamond DA 40

An Austrian designed four seater, single engine aircraft made up of composite material developed from the successful DA20. It consists of fixed tricycle landing gear & a T-tail with low cantilever wings (they have no external struts or bracing). ZK-YHK was originally built in Ontario, Canada in 2006, flown as C-GPDA before being sold from Diamond Star Aircraft Sales Ltd in August 2008. She joined the Classic Flights/ Learn to Fly fleet in January 2017 & is a staff favourite to fly.
Type: Diamond Star
Model: DA40-180
Maximum speed: 147 knots (272 kph)
Wing Span: 11.9 m
Engine: 180 hp fuel injected Textron Lycoming IO-360 M1A
MCTOW: 1199 kg

C172 N models

Frist introduced in 1977 we proudly own 2 C172 N models in our fleet. Skyhawk's created by Cessna is the most most successful aircraft in history, with more being built than any other aircraft.

They are comprised with a single engine, high fixed wing design & tricycle landing gear.


Max Speed - 163 kts (301 kph)

Wing span - 11 metres

Engine - Lcycoming O-320- H2AD (160hp)

MCTOW - 1043 kg

PA -28

DOS is a four-seater aircraft belonging to the Piper Cherokee family with fixed tricycle landing gear, powered with a Lycoming Model 0-360-A4A 180 horsepower single-engine. 

Piper Achers were first debuted in 1972 with the old Hershey bar wing design, a 5-inch longer fuselage & extended wingspan.

With unremarkable handling characteristics & its ability to handle crosswind with minimal footwork makes DOS a docile aircraft to fly.