The DFC is operating one Cessna 152 (two seats) and one 172P (four seats). The C172P is IFR equipped.
N98825 - Our Cessna 172P
N98825 was built 1985 and is equipped for VFR and IFR flights. Which makes it perfect for cross country flights with friends and family. Information and Equipment: Engine: Lycoming O-320-D2J (160hp) Payload (with full tanks): ca. 605 lb (274 kg) GPS/NAV/COM: 1x Garmin GNS430W, 1x Bendix/King KX165 TSO Transponder: Garmin GTX 330 Intercom: Garmin GMA 345 2x Garmin G5 EFIS (1x AI, 1x HSI) ADL 110 Iridium Weather Display Flarm in/out and ADS-B in (on display and broadcasted to your personal EFB via BT)
N1349Z - Our Cessna 152
N1349Z was built 1981 and is our perfect aircraft for training, building hours and pleasure flights. Information and Equipment: Engine: Lycoming O-235-L2C (110hp) Payload (with full tanks): ca. 307 lb (140 kg) NAV/COM: 1x TRiG TY96, 1x Bendix/King KX165 TSO GPS: Moving Map FlyMap Transponder: Garmin GTX 330 Intercom: PMA 4000 Flarm in/out and ADS-B in (on display and broadcasted to your personal EFB via BT)
LICENSE REQUIREMENTS FOR ACTING AS PIC
Due to the fact that our airplanes are N-registered some special rules apply:
- Pilots holding both FAA and EASA PPL(A) license may operate our airplanes everywhere in Europe and beyond.
- Pilots holding an EASA PPL(A) license issued in Germany (but not an FAA license) may operate our airplanes within Germany only.
- Pilots holding FAA PPL(A) licenses (but not an EASA license) may only operate the airplane only if they are not residents of the EU. However, it is relatively easy to obtain an EASA license based on an FAA license.