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All Snake River Flying Club LLC aircraft come with Full Hull and Liability insurance coverage.  All rates are wet (include the fuel) and we never charge for headphone rental. It is strongly suggested you purchase your own Renter's Policy for insurance - SRFC LLC carries full insurance for the protection of the LLC and the aircraft owners and instructors, but due to the extremely high cost of rental airplane insurance, we are unable to provide protection for the renters for possible liabilities that might arise.  We apologize for this, but it is an industry-wide problem, post 9/11.

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The Planes:

For your training needs, we are offering a very well equipped IFR 1978 Cessna 152 with a 140 hp engine. With a dual Garmin G5 installation, coupling the HSI to the GNS430W, nobody has a 152 like this! (Think "mini-glass cockpit")

We've also got about the prettiest 1961 Cessna 172 around.  Many of the Private Pilot as well as Instrument students do their training in the 172 ("Ray") and of course the 152 ("Juliette Yankee") is also available for both Private and Instrument training. 

At just $100 an hour, the 152 is the best equipped for the price IFR trainer in the area.  However, due to the size of the 152, weight restrictions do apply, so contact us for more details about which trainer will be your best fit.


13154 (nicknamed "Bill") is now receiving last touches on interior and avionics upgrades.  He's now equipped like the rest of the SRFC airplanes, consistent with our goal to make our planes very well equipped with the same Garmin equipment, for easy transitioning.


For more advanced students seeking their Commercial Licenses, we have a beautiful Piper Arrow with a Garmin & King panel, which includes a GNS430W (WAAS) and a Garmin G500 EFIS ("glass cockpit")


One of the best things about our planes is that we have the Garmin GNS430 in ALL of them, which streamlines your transitioning from plane-to-plane.  No more getting in a new plane and having to learn all new radios! 


ALL of our planes are equipped with ADS-B IN and OUT, meaning you can see the live traffic on the GPS screen.  A VERY valuable tool at Idaho's busiest airport!

"Ray", the 1961 Cessna 172B.  Panel: Garmin GNS430W (WAAS) GPS/navcom,  (#1 CDI is GPS or VOR/LOC glideslope) Narco Mk 12D navcom (#2 CDI is VOR/LOC glideslope); PS Engineering 6000B audio panel; Garmin GTX345 xpdr; dual PTT's; USB charging ports in panel (great for your phone or tablet); ADS-B "in" and "out" compliant, live traffic and weather* available on the GPS screen. Ray also has new glass all the way around, upholstery and paint, all in 2016.        $110/hour

4607J ("JimBob")  1968 Piper Arrow, G500 EFIS (live traffic and weather* on the screen); GNS430W (WAAS); King KX155 navcom; dual glideslopes; GTX345, ADS-B "in and out", GMA340 audio panel; JPI EDM 800 4 probe Engine/Fuel Monitoring system; 4 place intercom; three bladed prop.  This complex trainer will meet your needs for the commercial complex requirements, while also introducing you to the Garmin EFIS panel.  We do not allow this plane to carry 4 adults (weight and balance restrictions apply) and at this time, to guarantee availability for our students while training, we are using it for dual training only.  $150/hour

This is the King & Garmin panel on our IFR trainer 152.  Panel: GNS430W (WAAS)  (#1 CDI is an HSI, VOR/LOC glideslope); KX-155 navcom (#2 CDI is VOR/LOC glideslope); dual Garmin G5's, electronic flight instruments ('mini glass cockpit'); KR-87 ADF; dual PTT's, GMA342 audio panel (has instant play back of transmissions);  Garmin ADS-B 'in & out' (live traffic and weather* on GPS screen)      $100/hour

This is the C152 panel, the current audio panel is a GMA342 (not the 340 pictured here)

NO GPS POSITION warning was due to airplane being

inside the hangar at time of photo

All Rates are Club Rates.  Please add $10 per hour for non-club

Biennial Flight Review?  Instrument Comp Check?

No Problem!

Use our plane, or yours. (For owner planes, we will need to see the plane and logs before the flight)

13154 ("Bill")  1974 Cessna 172. The panel is almost identical to the other trainers, with a Garmin GNS430W (WAAS), ADS-B "in and out"  showing live traffic and weather* on screen (#1 CDI is GPS or VOR/LOC glideslope), a Garmin GTX345 xpdr, Garmin GMA340 audio panel, King KX-155 navcom (#2 CDI is VOR/LOC). 

The * is to warn pilots that NO weather is real live time.  There is ALWAYS a delay, which can be as high as 8 minutes or more.  NEVER get too close to weather, based on what you see on a screen. a

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