Most people learn to fly in one of our popular two-seater Cessna 152's, which have a reputation as highly reliable and easy-to-fly training aeroplanes. This is also a popular aeroplane to rent out on a self-fly-hire basis due to its relatively low hourly cost.
For touring, the four-seater Piper PA28's are preferable due to their higher capacity, range and speed. All of our PA28s include IFR (instrument flight) compliant cockpits and allow holders of appropriate ratings to fly in a very wide range of weather conditions, or in airways for long-distance flights. While our Piper aircraft have been all across Europe, the Cessna aircraft are usually used for instruction in the local area - however it is up to you which type of aircraft you would like to train in.