Current Fleet

4 - Cessna 172 Skyhawks
  • N1886V
  • N202AM
  • N80137
  • N20544
1 - Piper PA-18A Super Cub
  • N7860D
1 - Pipper Arrow
  • N323MQ
1 - Piper Seminole
  • N8457H
1 - Tru-Flite Flight Training Device
1 - G1000 Fllight Training Device
1 - ATC 810 Flight Training Device

Aircraft Fleet

Cessna 172
The Cessna 172 is a widely used training aircraft due to it's stability, safety, and ease of operation. This is the first aircraft you will learn to fly in. All of Walla Walla University's aircraft are well maintained and fully equipped with modern radio and navigation equipment. Our 172s are equipped with Garmin 430 WAAS IFR GPS further adding to the capability and safety of the flight in instrument and visual conditions.

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Piper PA-18A 150hp Super Cub
The Super Cub is one of Piper's most successful and long lived aircraft programs, with production spanning over four decades. It is a two seat, conventional (tail-wheel) airplane, with a 150hp engine. It features a simple, comfortable cockpit, modern avionics, and a super-strong, lightweight airframe which means more room, greater safety, and simply extraordinary short take-off and landing performance. Commercial students train to understand the challenges of landing on unimproved airstrips, and earn their conventional gear (tail-wheel) endorsement.

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Piper Arrow
The Piper Arrow is a complex aircraft with retractable gear, variable pitch propeller, complex systems, and a more power than the Cessna 172s. You will begin flying this aircraft when you begin training for your commercial pilot's certificate. It is equipped with a Garmin 500 instrument panel and multi-functional display, MVP 50 digital systems monitor, Garmin 430 WAAS IFR GPS, and modern radio and navigation equipment.

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Piper Seminole
The Piper Seminole is a multi-engine aircraft that you will train in to learn the differences between operating a single-engine and multi-engine aircraft. Our Piper Seminole is equipped with autopilot, supplemental oxygen, modern radio and navigation equipment, a Garmin 430 WAAS IFR GPS and MX20 multi-functional display.

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Frasca Tru-Flite Flight Training Device
Our Frasca Tru-Flite was purchased through grants for the program in 2008. It's a flight training device capable of being configured for training in various aircraft. It has been certified by the FAA for certain flight training activities and is an invaluable tool in providing hands-on training for emergency procedures.

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G1000 Flight Training Device
Our G1000 Flight Training Device is used to train interested individuals on flying using the Garmin G1000 multifunctional displays as primary flying instruments.

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Last update on July 23, 2014