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Aircraft Rental
Tacoma Narrows Airport (TIW)
1110 26th Ave NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98335
(800) 645-3563
All of our aircraft are rented on an hourly basis, and is metered by the amount of time the engine is running off the Hobbs meter in the airplane. We have no membership dues or fuel surcharge fees, and all of our rates are "wet rates" meaning that fuel is included in the rental price. Why make things complicated? Buy a block of ten hours and save $5 per hour with our block rate discount.

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1 pilot, 1 passenger
24 ft 1 in
33 ft 4 in
8 ft 6 in
1,081 lb
1,670 lb
Lycoming O-235-L2C, 110 hp
107 knots
43 knots, flaps down
477 nm
14,700 ft
715 ft/min
Cessna 152 - N48972
This 1978 model year C-152 was built as a modernization of the proven Cessna 150 design. The 152 was intended to compete with the new Beechcraft Skipper and Piper Tomahawk, all of which were introduced in1977.
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1 pilot, 1 passenger
24 ft 1 in
33 ft 4 in
8 ft 6 in
1,081 lb
1,670 lb
Lycoming O-235-L2C, 110 hp
107 knots
43 knots, flaps down
477 nm
14,700 ft
715 ft/min
Cessna 152 II - N94659
This 1983 model year C-152 was built as a modernization of the proven Cessna 150 design. The 152 was intended to compete with the new Beechcraft Skipper and Piper Tomahawk, all of which were introduced in1977.
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REGULAR/ HR
$94
BLOCK/ HR
$89
1 pilot, 3 passengers
27 ft 2 in
36 ft 1 in
8 ft 11 in
1,691 lb
2,550 lb
Lycoming IO-360-L2A, 180 hp
122 knots
47 knots, flaps down
696 nm
13,500 ft
721 ft/min
Cessna 172SP Skyhawk - N3506T
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk model was first flown in 1955 and is still in production. More Cessna 172s have been built than any other aircraft, making it the most successful mass-produced light aircraft in history. This is a 2001 model 172SP.
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REGULAR/ HR
$148
BLOCK/ HR
$143
REGULAR/ HR
$104
BLOCK/ HR
$99
REGULAR/ HR
$104
BLOCK/ HR
$99
REGULAR/ HR
$153
BLOCK/ HR
$148
1 pilot, 3 passengers
29 ft 0 in
36 ft 0 in
9 ft 4 in
1,970 lb
3,100 lb
Lycoming TIO-540-AK1A, 235 hp
145 knots
49 knots
930 nm
18,100 ft
924 ft/min
Cessna T182T Skylane - N1143X
The Cessna 182 was introduced in 1956 as a tricycle gear variant of the 180. This 2006 model T182T is turbo charged, fixed tricycle gear, variable pitch constant speed propeller, and fuel injected. This model also features the G1000 glass cockpit.
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REGULAR/ HR
$245
BLOCK/ HR
$240
1 pilot, 3 passengers
26 ft 11 in
36 ft
8 ft 9 in
1,470 lb
2,300 lb
Lycoming O-320-H2AD, 160 hp
122 knots
44 knots, flaps down
485 nm
14,200 ft
770 ft/min
Cessna 172N Skyhawk - N4899G
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk model was first flown in 1955 and is still in production. More Cessna 172s have been built than any other aircraft, making it the most successful mass-produced light aircraft in history. This is a 1979 model 172N.
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REGULAR/ HR
$140
BLOCK/ HR
$135
1 pilot, 1 passenger
22.8 ft
30.0 ft
8.53 ft
830 lb
1,320 lb
Continental O-200D, 100 hp
112 knots
470 nm
15,500 ft
890 ft/min
Cessna 162 Skycatcher - N60758
The Cessna 162 Skycatcher is a side-by-side two-seat, high-wing, strut-braced, tricycle gear light-sport aircraft (LSA). The latest aircraft in the Cessna general aviation product line, its intended market is flight training and personal use.
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REGULAR/ HR
$110
BLOCK/ HR
$105
1 pilot, 3 passengers
26 ft 11 in
36 ft
8 ft 9.5 in
1,387 lb
2,300 lb
Lycoming O-320-H2AD, 160 hp
125 knots
44 knots, flaps down
480 nm
13,100 ft
645 ft/min
Cessna 172M Skyhawk - N6750H
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk model was first flown in 1955 and is still in production. More Cessna 172s have been built than any other aircraft, making it the most successful mass-produced light aircraft in history. This is a 1975 model 172M.
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REGULAR/ HR
$148
BLOCK/ HR
$143
REGULAR/ HR
$140
BLOCK/ HR
$135
1 pilot, 5 passengers
31 ft 3 in
37 ft 2.5 in
10 ft 4 in
3,180 lb
5,200 lb
2 x Lycoming IO-540, 250 hp each
150 knots
59 knots
1,320 nm
18,950 ft
1,400 ft/min
Piper PA-23 Aztec - N14394
The Piper PA-23-250 Aztec E is our six seat twin-engined airplane used for charter flights and multi-engine training.
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REGULAR/ HR
$350
BLOCK/ HR
$345
AST-300 Flight Simulator
  •  Multi-engine simulation capability
  •  Instructor console with Plotter
  •  HSI, RMI, Dual VORs, Dual COMs,
    RNAV, ADF
  •  Remote Magnetic Compass
  •  Electric Elevator & Aileron and
     rudder trims.
  •  Dual EGT/CHT, Fuel flow
REGULAR/ HR
$35
BLOCK/ HR
$30
FM-210 Flight Simulator
The TouchTrainer FM-210 is FAA qualified as a BATD Basic Aviation Training Device. Approved for use under part 141 for 2.5 hours of Private Pilot, and 10 hours of Instrument flight training requirements.

  •  210 degree flat panel displays
  •  Multiple aircraft panels including
      conventional gauges, Garmin glass
     cockpit, Avidyne, and multi engine aircraft
  •  Touch screen instrument panel controls
  •  Complete weather controls
  •  In-flight emergency failures
  •  Nationwide airport/scenery database
REGULAR/ HR
$40
BLOCK/ HR
$35
FLIGHT INSTRUCTION
PER HOUR

$55
1 pilot, 3 passengers
27 ft 2 in
36 ft 1 in
8 ft 11 in
1,691 lb
2,550 lb
Lycoming O-360-F1A6, 180 hp
140 knots
47 knots, flaps down
696 nm
13,500 ft
721 ft/min
Cessna 172RG Cutlass - N5210V
Cessna introduced a retractable-gear version of the 172 in 1980 and named it the Cutlass 172RG. It also features a variable pitch, constant speed propeller. Model year 1980.
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REGULAR/ HR
$160
BLOCK/ HR
$155
1 pilot, 3 passengers
27 ft 2 in
36 ft 1 in
8 ft 11 in
1,691 lb
2,550 lb
Lycoming O-360-L2A, 180 hp
122 knots
47 knots, flaps down
696 nm
13,500 ft
721 ft/min
Cessna 172P Skyhawk - N5073N
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk model was first flown in 1955 and is still in production. More Cessna 172s have been built than any other aircraft, making it the most successful mass-produced light aircraft in history. This is a 1985 model 172P.
Seating:
Length:
Wingspan:
Height:
Empty weight:
Max takeoff weight:
Powerplant:
Cruise speed:
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REGULAR/ HR
$148
BLOCK/ HR
$143
REGULAR/ HR
$148
BLOCK/ HR
$153
1 pilot, 1 passenger
24 ft 1 in
33 ft 4 in
8 ft 6 in
1,081 lb
1,670 lb
Lycoming O-235-L2C, 110 hp
107 knots
43 knots, flaps down
477 nm
14,700 ft
715 ft/min
Cessna 152 - N89071
This 1978 model year C-152 was built as a modernization of the proven Cessna 150 design. The 152 was intended to compete with the new Beechcraft Skipper and Piper Tomahawk, all of which were introduced in1977.
Seating:
Length:
Wingspan:
Height:
Empty weight:
Max takeoff weight:
Powerplant:
Cruise speed:
Stall speed:
Range:
Service ceiling:
Rate of climb:
REGULAR/ HR
$94
BLOCK/ HR
$89
REGULAR/ HR
$104
BLOCK/ HR
$99
1 pilot, 3 passengers
27 ft 2 in
36 ft 1 in
8 ft 11 in
1,691 lb
2,550 lb
Lycoming O-360-F1A6, 180 hp
140 knots
47 knots, flaps down
696 nm
13,500 ft
721 ft/min
Cessna 172RG Cutlass - N9812B
Cessna introduced a retractable-gear version of the 172 in 1980 and named it the Cutlass 172RG. It also features a variable pitch, constant speed propeller. Model year 1982.
Seating:
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REGULAR/ HR
$165
BLOCK/ HR
$160