Tue, Jan 08, 2013
Stable Includes Airplanes Ranging From Cirrus To Skycatcher
Denver-based Aspen Flying Club has recently announced new additions to their suite of aircraft rental options. The company’s latest acquisitions will provide local area pilots with the access to "the best in cutting-edge aircraft for their unique flight requirements."
One of the latest aircraft to be added to the Aspen Flying Club selection is the C-182RG, which is now available an introductory rate of just $159/hr. This rate is reduced by $24 for the initial check out stage of the rental process.
Aspen Flying Club is one of the few local Denver area aircraft rental companies to offer pilots access to a great range of light sport aircraft. A recent addition to their rental catalogue is a 2012 Cessna C-162 Skycatcher, which provides pilots with a truly unique flying experience in one of the latest aircraft. Featuring a 100 bhp engine that operates at 2,750 RPM, the Skycatcher is one of the most requested aircraft within the rental industry in the US and is one of the few aircraft within the Aspen Flying Club fleet that can be flown without an FAA medical certificate.
Offering the best rental options from brand names such as Cirrus, Diamond, Cessna, Beech, American Champion, and Piper, Aspen Flying Club is Denver’s leading services provider for the modern aircraft enthusiast.
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