Meet the Skytrek fleet.

 

At Skytrek we believe we have the best fleet of aircraft in the South East. All aircraft are available to both students and self fly hire customers and are maintained to the highest standards. Have a look at the fleet by visiting us at Rochester and comparing the aircraft with others, to see for yourself.

 

G-CFIO

Cessna 172SP Skyhawk 

 

Built in 2002 G-CFIO is an excellent aircraft for learning to fly, touring the UK and Europe. A favourite with the Skytrek members, it's the only one of its kind available at a flying school in the South East.

 

The Single Lycoming IO-360-L2A fuel injected engine develops 180 HP, together with a McCauley 2-Blade propeller.

 

Features include

KMA 28 Audio Panel

KAP 140 Auto Pilot

KLN 94 Colour IFR GPS

KAP140 3 Axis Auto Pilot Coupled

KMD 550 Multi-Function Display

KX165A 8.33kHz & KX 155 Nav/Coms

KT 76C Transponder

KI 208 Course Indicator

KI 209 Glide Slope Indicator 

G-WACW

Cessna 172P Skyhawk

 

Built in 1981 G-WACW is is one of the nicest examples you will find anywhere in the UK. Ideal for students, touring the UK and across the English Channel to far away destinations as it is IFR certified.

 

Stunning leather interior - nice and comfy, with Full IFR kit including Garmin 430 and 328 Mode S


Features include
Garmin GNS 340 Audio Panel
Nav Com 1 Garmin GNS 430
Nav Com 2 Bendix king KX 155
ADF & DME

 

Fitted with the single Lycoming normally aspirated O-320-D2J engine and McCauley 2-Blade propeller

G-BGVS

Cessna 172M Skyhawk

 

Built in 1973 G-BGVS has undergone refurbishment and is one of the tidiest examples you will find on any flying school fleet in the UK, ideal for students and private hire, 

 

Fitted with single Lycoming normally aspirated O-320-D2J engine and McCauley 2-Blade propeller.

G-GDIA

Cessna 152F

 

Built in 1981 G-GDIA is a Cessna 152F (Reims) is a two-seat aircraft, fixed tricycle gear, general aviation airplane, used primarily for flight training and personal use.

 

Fitted with the single Lycoming normally aspirated O-235-L2C engine and McCauley 2-Blade propeller

G-BUEG

Cessna 152

 

Built in 1977 G-BUEG is a Cessna 152 is a two-seat aircraft, fixed tricycle gear, general aviation airplane, used primarily for flight training and personal use.

 

Features include

Garmin 150 GPS

King KX165A 8.33kHz NAV/COMM

King KR-87 ADF with RBI

King KNS 80 RNAV/DME with VOR/LOC/GS

King KT 76A Mode 'C' Transponder

 

Fitted with the single Lycoming normally aspirated O-235-L2C engine and Sensenich 2-Blade propeller

G-BHED

Cessna 152 Aerobat

 

Built in 1979 G-BHED is a Cessna 152F (Reims) Aerobat, a two-seat, aerobatic-capable aircraft fixed tricycle gear, general aviation airplane, used primarily for flight training, aerobatics and personal use.

 

Fitted with the single Lycoming normally aspirated O-235-L2C engine and McCauley 2-Blade propeller

G-FLIP

Cessna 152 Aerobat

 

Built in 1981 G-FLIP is a Cessna 152F (Reims) Aerobat is a two-seat, aerobatic-capable aircraft fixed tricycle gear, general aviation airplane, used primarily for flight training, aerobatics and personal use.

 

G-FLIP benefits from the recent installation of the following features

 

  • Garmin GTN 650 with touch screen technology, enabling GPS approaches as well as traditional instrument landing system (ILS).

  • Garmin 340 audio panel with intercom, each crew member has their own volume controls. 

  • Garmin Mode S transponder. 

  • Narco Distance measuring equipment (DME).

 

Fitted with the single Lycoming normally aspirated O-235-L2C engine and Sensenich 2-Blade propeller

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Skytrek Flying School, 

Rochester Airport, Maidstone Road, Chatham, Kent, ME5 9SD

 

Telephone  01634 200787 or email office@skytrekair.com    

      

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