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N6189Q is the newest addition to the PFC fleet—acquired by the club in November of 2010. The 2008 model year Cessna 172SP features the latest G1000/GFC700 avionics. The avionics provide unprecedented situational awareness to the pilot for greater safety and efficiency, while carrying passengers in comfort.
N4468N is a 1980 Cessna 182 Skylane owned and operated by PFC since 1996. In 2009, the aircraft was converted to a Jet-A fueled FADEC controlled SMA “Diesel” engine. The aircraft sips fuel, consuming just 7.5 gallons per hour at cruise, and boasts a phenomenal 1,100 nm range with reserves. In 2014, the aircraft interior was completely refurbished, and the panel was upgraded with Aspen Evolution 2000 PFD/MFD system, and STEC 55x autopilot. This aircraft was recently featured on Avweb Video and Aviation Consumer Magazine.
N6338F is a 1979 Cessna 172N owned and operated by PFC since 2005.The aircraft has been upgraded with a 180hp engine. This aircraft is incredibly versatile—suitable for both cross country trips and local training flights. As with all other PFC aircraft, the aircraft is well equipped with WAAS upgraded Garmin 430W and Strikefinder.
Legacy Fleet---Aircraft PFC used to own
Cessna 172P (N63017): 1980-2010
Cessna 182RG (N736ZV): 2003-2013