The G115/C2 is a single-engine low-wing monoplane. The airframe is manufactured from glass-fiber-reinforced-plastic (GRP) which produces a very strong but lightweight structure.
The G115/C2 has a fixed tricycle undercarriage.
A Lycoming O-360-A1F6 four cylinder, horizontally-opposed engine powers the G115/C2. Fitted to the engine is a Hartzell 2-blade constant-speed metal-propeller.
With a true airspeed (TAS) of 120kts, the G115/C2 is the perfect aircraft for CPL training.
The Robin is a conventional low-wing airframe constructed of aluminium and is capable of aerobatic manoeuvres. The R2160 is perfectly suited to spin training and satisfies the upset recovery training requirements of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) for issuance of a Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL).
The PA-44 Piper Seminole is a multi-engine, advanced trainer, and is relied upon by flight schools, leading universities and major commercial airlines to train their pilots. It is a sleek, strong, and reliable training platform, and is one of the best choices in multi-engine trainers available today. Its simplicity, stability and safety have made it a low-maintenance, high-value mainstay of training programs all around the world.
The FRASCA 142 is an approved, tried and true synthetic training device. Each of the two devices are housed in dedicated rooms in the Ground School building. Over the years, they have proven to be invaluable, having been used to introduce fundamental student pilot skills in a low-stress environment.