Aircraft Fleet

The current aircraft fleet consists of 4 aircraft, and we are pursuing more every day.  All rates are wet, and we reimburse fuel up to the current fuel rates at Long Beach.  We don’t have any hidden fuel surcharges or fees here; what you see is what you’ll pay.

We are always looking to add more to our aircraft fleet, if you have a plane you are thinking of leasing back get in contact with us.

G1000 Equiped Aircraft2235V-Side-front-curved

2235V 2007 Cessna 172SP

G1000 WAAS, air conditioning for those hot summer days!  Safe taxi, XM weather, XM Music, music input, front seat airbags, and leather interior.  This is a very clean and very well-equipped 4-seater aircraft.

N2235V rents for $150/hour wet.

Block rate is $140/hour
G1000 WAAS Manual | Quick Reference


65537-Side-front-curved65537 2004 Cessna 172 SP Nav II

2004 was the last year that Cessna offered standard instrumentation, so in turn we have the best equipped steam gauge Skyhawk available.  It has a leather interior, a KLN 94B GPS, a large King MFD, and a KAP140 autopilot with altitude hold in this 4-seater aircraft. 

N65537 rents for $140/hour wet.

Block rate is $130/hour

KLN 94B GPS Manual | KAP140 autopilot with altitude hold Manual | and a large King MFD


6111Q Cessna 152 II

Aces high Aviation 3501 N Lakewood Blvd April 19th 2017 N6111Q

Dual nav/coms, Garmin 296 GPS, audio input and output. This 152 has a 115hp engine so you can expect a bit stronger climb performance and faster cruise performance for you and your passenger in this 2-seater aircraft.

N6111Q rents for $100/hour wet.

Block rate is $90/hour

Garmin 296 GPS Manual | Quick Reference



Aces high Aviation 3501 N Lakewood Blvd April 19th 2017 N7890978909 M20B Mooney

A speedy little 4-seater plane equipped with a Garmin GNC 250XL a GPS/COM and KX170 Radios.

N78909 Rents for $145/hour wet.

Block rate is $135/hour






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