Cessna 182 RG/ N925PB – $210/Hr
The Cessna 182 RG is an ideal cross country platform due to its speed, useful load and its well appointed avionics suite, which includes a Garmin 530 and a Garmin 430 GPS. With its powerful 235HP engine and retractable gear, our 182RG is used for both High Performance and Complex endorsment training.
Cessna 172M/N1537U – $125/Hr
N1537U is a very good looking Skyhawk that provides a stable and familiar platform for basic flight training. As the most popular general aviation aircraft in the world, the Cessna 172 has a great service record and has earned many thousands of pilots their wings. N1537U is certified for Day/Night, VFR and IFR operations.
Cessna 172M/N9391H – $125/Hr
As with its sister ship 37U, 91H provides a stable and familiar platform for basic flight training. As the most popular general aviation aircraft in the world, the Cessna 172 has a great service record and has earned many thousands of pilots their wings. N9391H is certified for Day/Night, VFR and IFR operations.
Piper Archer / N5646V -$135/Hr
N5646V is a well kept Piper Archer with some recent avionics upgrades and plenty of useful load capacity. With its touch-screen Garmin GTN 650 GPS for simple and accurate navigation and seating for four, this is a great way to take your family on vacation. It’s also an excellent platform for getting your instrument rating, using a combination of both the modern touch screen interface of the GTN 650 and the more classical style CDIs.
Piper Arrow/N2742R -$142/Hr
N2742R, AKA “Rosie”, is a Piper Arrow with a gorgeous interior. It’s a great flying plane, and its retractable gear and affordable hourly rate make it a great choice for getting your complex rating. With seating for four, a Garmin 496 GPS, and a 200hp engine, it also makes a great choice for cross country cruising and trips. Pictured here with her proud owner, Paul.
Diamond DA40/N654MS – $185/Hr
The excellent balance of comfort, price, and speed make this aircraft our most popular long distance cross-country aircraft. It also offers an opportunity to get to know the Garmin G1000 avionics suite that is also found in many other modern aircraft. With seating for four and a large baggage area, this is one of the best planes you can rent for a family vacation.
Diamond DA20/N552MA – $130/Hr
Small, light, and quick, the Diamond DA-20 is a great aircraft for a quick trip out to the Outer Banks. With the positive feel of its control sticks and the outstanding visibility of its bubble canopy, it’s a great aircraft for weekend trips and sightseeing. With a cruise speed of over 120 knots, it also makes a great cross country aircraft if you’re travelling light. Both of our DA-20s are certified for Day and Night VFR flight, and offer a full suite of equipment for simulated IFR training.
UPDATE: N552MA is currently down for a serious avionics and performance update. We expect it back up Real Soon Now, and you’ll love the changes we’ve made!
Citabria 7KCAB/N11702 – $139/Hr
The Citabria is a tail wheel airplane used for students to obtain their tail wheel endorsement and to gain basic aerobatic experience. With a fuel and oil system designed for inverted flight, it is perfect for basic aerobatics. Our Citabria is also one of the only tail-draggers in the area that you can rent solo after a checkout flight with our instructors. Come in and check out our tailwheel transition course. N11702 is certified for Day and Night VFR operation.
CAP 10B / N38DH – $189/Hr
An exciting two-seat aerobatic trainer, N38DH is a Mudry CAP 10B. A very capable aerobatics platform, her main role here is intermediate aerobatics training. Once you’ve gotten your feet wet with our Citabria, you can move up to training in N38DH and take the next steps. Available soon, hourly rate TBD.
Great Lakes 2T-1A-2 / N3822F – $180/Hr
The thrill of open cockpit flying and aerobatics await you in our beautiful Great Lakes biplane. As part of our new aerobatics program, you can rent this gorgeous tail-dragger with an instructor, and learn the ins and outs of getting upside down!
There are currently special opportunities for a limited number of leaseback aircraft. See how a lease back can enhance your personal tax position and make aircraft ownership work for you!
Every month we’re adding pilots, creating more and more demand for our aircraft. If you have an airplane and you’d like to start making money with it, we would love to work with you.
What is a Leaseback? A leaseback is basically a management agreement. Under this agreement, Epix Aviation serves in the role of asset manager. The aircraft is owned by the individual, while Epix Aviation is responsible for marketing the aircraft, introducing qualified, well trained pilots, managing all financial transactions (including insurance), coordinating maintenance, and ensuring the aircraft meets all regulatory requirements.
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