Equipped with the best-in-class training aircraft
Orient Flights Aviation Academy in India has a fleet of single engine aircraft – 6 Cessna 172 and 2 Cessna 152 in its hangar for giving PPL training. In addition, a multi-engine aircraft – Piper Seneca is being used by student candidates undergoing CPL training.
Cessna 172R Skyhawk
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is a four-seat, single engine, high wing, fixed-wing aircraft. Orient Flights owns both conventional & glass cockpit variants of the aircraft. Besides flight training, they are used for joyrides, aerial survey, charter flights and advanced training exercises.
Why Cessna 172 is the industry standard for professional flight training?
- First & better step-up in size and performance to Cessna 152
- Great airplane for landing and takeoff in short and rough fields
- Best trainer choice aircraft at many flight schools’ hangar
- Safest general aviation aircraft ever built for student pilots
The Cessna 152 is a two-seat, fixed tricycle gear, general aviation airplane, used primarily for flight training and personal use. The C-152 is popular with flight training organizations and is also widely operated by private individuals.
Why Cessna 152 is preferred for student pilot training?
- Handling characteristics require little effort
- Landings are easy for post-student pilots
- Requires little effort to maintain altitude when trimmed
- Muscle-friendly ground handling due to lightweight
- Excellent for practicing IFR skills (in VFR weather)
- Best aircraft for the rating student pilots
- Cessna 152 is best used for proficiency and fun
Piper Seneca III
Piper Seneca III is a six-seater powerful twin engine aircraft, being used for initial issue of multi-engine endorsements and for instrument flying. It is the only multi-engine aircraft in our fleet for training CPL student pilots. It is also being utilized as an all round weather passenger aircraft.
- Sophisticated trainer aircraft, yet comfortable interior
- Deicing system makes winter flying more practical
- Turbochargers provide safe flying at lower flight levels