RNAC have 3 Cessna 152’s – VH-RNO, VH-RNQ and VH-RNC, two of which are aerobats.
The Cessna 152 is a two-seat, fixed tricycle gear general aviation airplane, primarily used for flight training. Probably more pilots trained learned to fly in a Cessna 150/152s than any other single model of airplane.
We have one Cessna 172 on line – VH-RNX. RNX is a modern 2002 S model and is available for hire and flight instruction.
The four-seat, single-engine Cessna 172 Skyhawk is probably the most popular flight training aircraft in the world. The first production models were delivered in 1957, and it is still in production today; more than 35,000 have been built.
We have a Cessna 182T on line – VH-VMR. VMR is a modern 2003 T model and is available for hire and flight instruction.
The four-seat, single-engine Cessna 182 T is probably the most popular touring aircraft in the world.
Piper Archer 28A
RNAC purchased the brand new Archer III – VH-RNN in 2000.
Good soundproofing, stability and handling, solid cruising power, and a host of other high tech, highly attractive features continue to prove a popular choice for business and pleasure aviation. The Archer III provides a powerful, efficient package.
The de Havilland DH.82A Tiger Moth, was to become the mainstay of Australia’s considerable wartime pilot training effort. This post-war work horse of the aero clubs and aerial work operators is a familiar sight even in the skies today.