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2010 Diamond Twin Star NG (DA42NG)

When you take control of the DA42 you are in command of the most technologically advanced twin today. Representing the latest in airframe design, avionics capability and new engine technology, the DA42 is designed for pilots who truly want to go places safely and in style.

The DA42 allows you to tread where others dare not venture - over rugged terrain, open water, or taking on hard IFR - the twin engine redundancy, known ice certification, and extreme range and endurance of the DA42 allows you to go more places direct than you thought possible.

DA42 NG with the Austro Engines AE300 Turbo Diesel with FADEC burning Jet-A1, the twin of the future, and one of the greenest aircraft on the market today, for fuel economy, range and high-altitude performance.

The Garmin G1000 glass cockpit offers unparalleled situational awareness using the two 10-inch screens, with traffic, weather, terrain and chart information including Safetaxi. Add to that the state-of-the-art Garmin GFC 700 digital autopilot, which flies regular and ILS-approaches with unparalleled precision, and you've got an avionics suite that rivals many airliners.

Garmin Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT), which is designed to integrate with the acclaimed G1000 avionics suite. Garmin's SVT presents a 3D depiction of terrain, obstacles and traffic on the G1000's primary flight-display (PFD) so that the avionics panel replicates what pilots would see outside the cockpit on a clear day. SVT transforms the cockpit by accurately displaying synthetic terrain, flight hazards, flight path marker and highway-in-the-sky on the PFD so that the pilot maintains excellent airborne situational awareness even when flying in conditions of reduced visibility or darkness. This results in reduced pilot workload and safer flying.

 


 


 

 

Fly it at Capital City Aviation for $317 / hr
(Hobbs including fuel) *Block time available

 
   
Specs:  

Seats

4

Max takeoff weight

4189 lbs
Usable fuel capacity 72.8 gal
Payload with full fuel 443.8 lbs
Maximum climb rate 1500 fpm
Single engine climb rate 400 fpm
Cruise speed at 75% power 164 kts
Fuel burn at 75% power 14 gph
Range at 75% power (no reserve/still air) 916 nm
   

Insurance requirements to solo the Diamond Twin Star:
Private Pilot certificate or better; Instrument and multi-engine rating; 250 hours total flight time; complex airplane logbook endorsement; 50 hours multi-engine aircraft experience; 5 hours in this make and model; CCA approved Diamond instructor checkout of at least 2.0 hours flight and 1.0 hour ground instruction

(In lieu of 50 hours multi-engine aircraft experience; 20 hours of dual instruction in this make and model)

*Multi-Engine Instruction is $55 / hr


 

1973 F33A BONANZA (BE-33)

!!!NEW PANEL DONE!!!

The Beechcraft Bonanza is an American general aviation aircraft
introduced in 1947 by The Beech Aircraft Corporation of Wichita, Kansas.
It is still being produced in derivative form by Hawker Beechcraft,
becoming the longest-running production airplane in history. More than
17,000 Bonanzas of all variants have been built. Our Bonanza is a
well-equipped F33A model that is "sporty" and pure pleasure to
hand-fly. It has a tan leather interior and 4 place intercom system.

The 285hp IO-520 engine allows "high performance" training in style.
It is equipped with dual yokes and copilot brakes for training purposes.
Our aircraft is also a fantastic cross-country plane when one takes
into account both the aircraft's speed and avionics package.

The avionics and equipment include: PMA8000BT audio panel with bluetooth
and music inputs, S-Tec 55X Autopilot with GPSS and Auto trim, Garmin
G500 PFD/MFD with Synthetic Vision, Flight Director, Safe Taxi and
Jeppesen Approach Charts, XM Radio, XM Weather, Garmin GNS530W, GNS430W,
Garmin GTX-330 Transponder / Traffic Information System, Avidyne 9900 BX
Traffic Advisory System, JPI EDM-930 Digital Engine Monitor, B. F.
Goodrich WX-500 Stormscope, Boom Beam Landing Light, Rosen Sun Visors,
Dual Glide slopes, Speed brakes.

 

 

 




 

Fly it at Capital City Aviation for $202 / hr
(Hobbs including fuel)
 
   
Specs:  

Seats

4

Max takeoff weight

3400 lbs
Usable fuel capacity 74 gal
Payload with full fuel 685 lbs
Maximum climb rate 1100 fpm
Cruise speed at 65% power 165 kts
Fuel burn at 65% power 13.3 gph
Range at 65% power (no reserve/still air) 800 nm
   

Insurance requirements to solo the Bonanza:
Private Pilot certificate or higher; 100 hours total flight 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 ground instruction.

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

 

 


2010 Cirrus SR20 (SR20)

Whether you're new to aviation or a seasoned IFR pilot, as you may well know, the Cirrus has become one of the staples of general aviation singles. Upon first sitting in the Cirrus, you will notice the abundance of room and comfort delivered by the side stick design Cirrus has developed for the controls. Another feature of all Cirrus aircraft is the CAPS, a parachute designed to catch the airplane and descend it to the ground safely in the event of any serious trouble.

The WAAS certified Garmin Perspective glass cockpit offers unparalleled situational awareness using the two huge 12-inch screens, with traffic, weather, terrain, and chart information including Safetaxi. Add to that, the state-of-the-art Garmin GFC 700 digital autopilot which flies regular and LPV-approaches with unparalleled precision, and you've got an avionics suite that rivals many airliners. Also, a nice addition made by Garmin is the GCU (Garmin Control Unit), which is essentially a flight management system in the center console, giving the Cirrus a big airplane feel to it. For those with G1000 experience, Garmin has made it a very smooth transition into the new Garmin Perspective.

Garmin Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT), which is designed to integrate with the acclaimed G1000 avionics suite. Garmin's SVT presents a 3D depiction of terrain, obstacles and traffic on the G1000's primary flight-display (PFD) so that the avionics panel replicates what pilots would see outside the cockpit on a clear day. SVT transforms the cockpit by accurately displaying synthetic terrain, flight hazards, flight path marker and highway-in-the-sky on the PFD so that the pilot maintains excellent airborne situational awareness even when flying in conditions of reduced visibility or darkness. This results in reduced pilot workload and safer flying.

 







 

 

Fly it at Capital City Aviation for $192 / hr
(Hobbs including fuel)

 
   
Specs:  

Seats

4

Max takeoff weight

3050 lbs
Usable fuel capacity 50 gal
Payload with full fuel 531 lbs
Maximum climb rate 1256 fpm
Cruise speed at 75% power 152 kts
Fuel burn at 75% power 11.6 gph
Range at 75% power (no reserve/still air) 617 nm
   

Insurance requirements to solo the SR20 GTS:
Private Pilot Certificate or better; 75 hours of total flight time; 6.0 hours dual SR20 GTS aircraft experience; CCA approved Cirrus instructor checkout of at least 2.0 hours flight and 2.0 hours of ground instruction

In lieu of 6.0 hours dual SR20 GTS aircraft experience; 4.0 hours dual of SR20 GTS aircraft experience with 20 hours of G1000 flight time

Official Cirrus CSIP Transition (VFR) and Advanced Transition (VFR and IFR) Courses (official Cirrus factory Certificate included) must be completed with a CCA CSIP.

Cirrus Transition Course Minimums: 6.0 hours dual and 2.0 hours of ground instruction
Cirrus Advanced Transition Course Minimums: 10 hours dual and 2.0 hours ground instruction

 


 

2009 Diamond Star XLS (DA40-180)

Whether you're new to aviation or a seasoned IFR pilot, the DA40 XLS is the first choice for discerning pilots. No matter how much flying experience you have, you'll be impressed by the DA40 XLS - its quickness off the runway, the crisp response of the pushrod actuated controls, and the stunning panoramic visibility out of the bubble canopy.

The WAAS certified Garmin G1000 glass cockpit offers unparalleled situational awareness using the two 10-inch screens, with traffic, weather, terrain and chart information including Safetaxi. Add to that the state-of-the-art Garmin GFC 700 digital autopilot, which flies regular and WAAS-approaches with unparalleled precision, and you've got an avionics suite that rivals many airliners.

Garmin Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT), which is designed to integrate with the acclaimed G1000 avionics suite. Garmin's SVT presents a 3D depiction of terrain, obstacles and traffic on the G1000's primary flight-display (PFD) so that the avionics panel replicates what pilots would see outside the cockpit on a clear day. SVT transforms the cockpit by accurately displaying synthetic terrain, flight hazards, flight path marker and highway-in-the-sky on the PFD so that the pilot maintains excellent airborne situational awareness even when flying in conditions of reduced visibility or darkness. This results in reduced pilot workload and safer flying.

 


 


 

 

Fly it at Capital City Aviation for $168 / hr
(Hobbs including fuel)

 
   
Specs:  

Seats

4

Max takeoff weight

2646 lbs
Usable fuel capacity 50 gal
Payload with full fuel 507.1 lbs
Maximum climb rate 1075 fpm
Cruise speed at 75% power 142 kts
Fuel burn at 75% power 10 gph
Range at 75% power (no reserve/still air) 750 nm
   

Insurance requirements to solo the Diamond Star:
Student Pilot certificate under Direct Supervision or Private Pilot Certificate or higher; CCA approved Diamond instructor checkout of at least 1.5 hour flight and 1.5 hour ground instruction

 

 


2008 Diamond Star XLS (DA40-180)

Whether you're new to aviation or a seasoned IFR pilot, the DA40 XLS is the first choice for discerning pilots. No matter how much flying experience you have, you'll be impressed by the DA40 XLS - its quickness off the runway, the crisp response of the pushrod actuated controls, and the stunning panoramic visibility out of the bubble canopy.

The WAAS certified Garmin G1000 glass cockpit offers unparalleled situational awareness using the two 10-inch screens, with traffic, weather, terrain and chart information including Safetaxi. Add to that the state-of-the-art Garmin GFC 700 digital autopilot, which flies regular and WAAS-approaches with unparalleled precision, and you've got an avionics suite that rivals many airliners.

Garmin Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT), which is designed to integrate with the acclaimed G1000 avionics suite. Garmin's SVT presents a 3D depiction of terrain, obstacles and traffic on the G1000's primary flight-display (PFD) so that the avionics panel replicates what pilots would see outside the cockpit on a clear day. SVT transforms the cockpit by accurately displaying synthetic terrain, flight hazards, flight path marker and highway-in-the-sky on the PFD so that the pilot maintains excellent airborne situational awareness even when flying in conditions of reduced visibility or darkness. This results in reduced pilot workload and safer flying.

 







 

 

Fly it at Capital City Aviation for $168 / hr
(Hobbs including fuel)

 
   
Specs:  

Seats

4

Max takeoff weight

2646 lbs
Usable fuel capacity 50 gal
Payload with full fuel 507.1 lbs
Maximum climb rate 1075 fpm
Cruise speed at 75% power 142 kts
Fuel burn at 75% power 10 gph
Range at 75% power (no reserve/still air) 750 nm
   

Insurance requirements to solo the Diamond Star:
Student Pilot certificate under Direct Supervision or Private Pilot Certificate or higher; CCA approved Diamond instructor checkout of at least 1.5 hour flight and 1.5 hour ground instruction

 


2009 Diamond C1-Eclipse (DA20)

Imagine taking your favorite sports car and adding wings. That's the feeling you get when you strap into the DA20 and take to the skies. Sporty, sleek and exciting, the DA20 offers outstanding performance and impressive economy. With the optional Aspen Avionics Evolution flight displays, making the DA20 the most affordable glass cockpit aircraft.

Walking up to a DA20, you know this is no ordinary airplane. With a fighter-like canopy, responsive center-stick controls and comfortable bucket seats, it's clear this airplane will put a smile on your face. And it should - it's pleased some of the toughest customers in the world, like the United States Air Force.

The spacious cockpit is one of the most comfortable in its class thanks to luxurious bucket seats that are complemented with 4-point safety harnesses. Adjustable rudder pedals allow for comfortable positions for pilots of differing sizes. The cockpit is not only good-looking, but also safe. Boasting a 26 G rated safety cell design, you'll take comfort in knowing that should the unexpected happen, you're in good hands in a DA20.

 





 

 

Fly it at Capital City Aviation for $124 / hr
(Hobbs including fuel)

 
   
Specs:  

Seats

2

Max takeoff weight

1764 lbs
Usable fuel capacity 24 gal
Payload with full fuel 456 lbs
Maximum climb rate 1000 fpm
Cruise speed at 75% power 138 kts
Fuel burn at 75% power 5.5 gph
Range at 75% power (no reserve/still air) 602 nm
   

Insurance requirements to solo the Diamond C1-Eclipse:
Student Pilot certificate under Direct Supervision or Private Pilot Certificate or higher; CCA approved Diamond instructor checkout of at least 1.0 hour flight and 1.0 hour ground instruction


 

2001 Diamond C1-Eclipse (DA20)

Imagine taking your favorite sports car and adding wings. That's the feeling you get when you strap into the DA20 and take to the skies. Sporty, sleek and exciting, the DA20 offers outstanding performance and impressive economy.

Walking up to a DA20, you know this is no ordinary airplane. With a fighter-like canopy, responsive center-stick controls and comfortable bucket seats, it's clear this airplane will put a smile on your face. And it should - it's pleased some of the toughest customers in the world, like the United States Air Force.

The spacious cockpit is one of the most comfortable in its class thanks to luxurious bucket seats that are complemented with 4-point safety harnesses. Adjustable rudder pedals allow for comfortable positions for pilots of differing sizes. The cockpit is not only good-looking, but also safe. Boasting a 26 G rated safety cell design, you'll take comfort in knowing that should the unexpected happen, you're in good hands in a DA20.

 




 

 

Fly it at Capital City Aviation for $124 / hr
(Hobbs including fuel)

 
   
Specs:  

Seats

2

Max takeoff weight

1764 lbs
Usable fuel capacity 24 gal
Payload with full fuel 456 lbs
Maximum climb rate 1000 fpm
Cruise speed at 75% power 138 kts
Fuel burn at 75% power 5.5 gph
Range at 75% power (no reserve/still air) 602 nm
   

Insurance requirements to solo the Diamond C1-Eclipse:
Student Pilot certificate under Direct Supervision or Private Pilot Certificate or higher; CCA approved Diamond instructor checkout of at least 1.0 hour flight and 1.0 hour ground instruction

 


1981 Piper Warrior (PA-28-161)

The Piper Warrior is a simple, stable and dependable primary plane that's fun and easy to fly. Much more than just a primary trainer, the Warrior is a comfortable and well-equipped 4-seater. Our Warrior features Ryan 9900BX TCAD, electric trim, and color moving map comm/nav Garmin GNS430W.

 

Fly it at Capital City Aviation for $118 / hr
(Hobbs including fuel)
 
   
Specs:  

Seats

4

Max takeoff weight

2325 lbs
Usable fuel capacity 48 gal
Payload with full fuel 527 lbs
Maximum climb rate 700 fpm
Cruise speed at 65% power 105 kts
Fuel burn at 65% power 8.8 gph
Range at 65% power (no reserve/still air) 565 nm
   
Insurance requirements to solo the Warrior:
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

 

 


1977 Cessna 172 Skyhawk II

This Skyhawk II contains a Garmin 430 GPS/Com, A Garmin Audio Panel with music jack, King ADF, and a Narco MX12.

 

 

Fly it at Capital City Aviation for $118 / hr (Hobbs including fuel)

 
   

Specs:

 
Seats 4
Max Takeoff Weight 2300 lbs
Usable fuel capacity 40 gal
Payload with full fuel 618 lbs
Maximum climb rate 700 fpm
Cruise speed at 65% power 107 kts
Fuel burn at 65% power 7.3 gph
Range at 65% power (no reserve/still air) 580 nm
 
Insurance requirements to solo the Skyhawk II:
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

 


Precision Flight Controls AATD Simulator

Capital City Aviation's newest addition was the purchase of a Cat IV Dual Control M.F.D. (Modular Flight Deck) AATD (Advanced Aviation Training Device). CCA thinks that the Dual Control M.F.D. is idea for our club, due to the vast range of aircraft that we currently have in our fleet and the ability for the Dual Control M.F.D. to replicate most of our aircraft. Our M.F.D. includes FAA-approved software with flight models for 13 general aviation aircraft to include single and multi-engine aircraft as well as worldwide navigation databases.

Click HERE for additional information

Fly it at Capital City Aviation for $45 / hr (Hobbs)

 

 

 

Simulates Following Aircraft:

 
Cessna 172 P Piper Archer III
Cessna 172 S Piper Arrow IV
Cessna 182T Piper Seminole
Cessna 182RG Piper Seneca V
Cessna 421 Mooney M20J
Beech Baron 58 Beech A36 Bonanza
  Beech B95 Travel Air
 
*Garmin 430 training available for $22.50 / hr (Hobbs not running, watch time)
 


 

 

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