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Which aircraft are in the L3Harris Flight Academy fleet?

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The L3Harris Flight Academy fleet consists of over 60 airplanes, with a combination of five different single and multi-engine options, with steam gauge and all-glass cockpits.

Our single-engine aircraft fleet:

Cirrus SR20 - The Cirrus SR20 has an optimized workspace with more room than any other four-seater training aircraft, providing an ideal environment to learn. Uncompromising safety, the Cirrus SR20 includes innovative systems and features such as:

  • Tricycle landing gear for easier touchdown regardless of conditions
  • Cirrus Airframe Parachute System® (CAPS®)
  • 6-cylinder engine
  • Cuffed wing
  • Avidyne glass cockpit suite
  • Four point airbag seatbelts
  • Fuel injected engine

Cessna 172P & 172SP - The Cessna Skyhawk is considered the most popular single-engine aircraft with simplistic flight characteristics, enhanced visibility, and increased automation and protection features to help build the next generation of world-class pilots. Features include:

  • Tricycle landing gear for easier touchdown regardless of conditions
  • Four-cylinder, fuel-injected engine
  • Garmin G1000 avionics suite (only on the 172SP)
  • High-wing design for more stable flying characteristics

Piper Archer PA28 - The Piper Archer offers durability, reliability, comfort, and technology creating the ideal training environment for cadets. Features include:

  • GFC700 Autopilot
  • Tricycle landing gear for easier touchdown regardless of conditions
  • Garmin G1000 avionics suite
  • Low-wing design
  • Four-cylinder engine

Our multi-engine aircraft fleet:

Piper Seminole PA44 - The Piper Seminole has been built for reliability and durability; considered to be the best multi-engine trainer available today. The Piper Seminole allows students and trainers alike to perform advanced maneuvers and procedures both skilfully and safely. Features include:

  • Garmin G1000 avionics suite
  • LED wing tip recognition and tail strobe lights
  • Counter rotating propellers for increased stability during engine-out training.
  • Four-cylinder engine