2-place trainers are used for primary flight instruction. They are very cost effective, but have limited capacity for both weight and flight time. Some of them can also be used for Light Sport ratings and subsequent rental.Aeronca Champ 7AC Sport Pilot-qualified tandem tailwheel
Cessna 152 classic high-wing trainer
4-place trainers are used for primary flight instruction and are also popular for rental for short to medium distance cross countries, though they are certainly suitable for longer trips of 1000NM or longer. They are all IFR capable and have IFR-certified GPS's.
Cessna 172P, R and SP "Skyhawk" The perennial favorite trainer. Some of these have an advanced G1000 flight display
These planes require additional endorsements or certificates to fly. They are used for advanced training and longer cross countries. They are all IFR capable and have IFR-certified GPS's.Cessna 310R Real win with speed & performance
Beechcraft King Air C90 Pressurized turboprop
For those days when the weather just doesn't support going flying, or if you just want a cost-effective way to get some simulated instrument conditions, we have an FAA-approved flight training device. (FTDs are commonly referred to as flight simulators, but the FAA reserves that term for full-motion devices.)