Aircraft rental

Our company can only provide aircraft rental to whom that holds a pilot licence.

 

For people who do not have a pilot licence we offer the option to rent an aircraft along with a licensed pilot.

 

Aircraft rental conditions:

 

  • valid pilot license

  • valid medical certificate

  • valid aircraft type examination

We offer the option of retraining for those who does not have the aircraft type examination.

 

 

SF25 FALKE (HA-1235)
Registration
HA-1235
Rental fee
20.000 HUF+VAT/flight hour (with fuel)
Cruising speed
130 km/h
Range
450 km
Capacity
1 pilot + 1 passenger
Engine
Limbach SL 1700/60 hp

Most of the touring motor gliders used in Hungary are the Scheibe Falke type, and the SF-25 is the most common type among them. The aircraft was designed by Egon Scheibe in the early 1970s, and approximately 300 were produced. The aircraft has enclosed cockpit with two side-by-side seats, and powered by various engines 48 to 60 kW (depending on variants). There were built variants by one and two main landing gear as well, but the version by one main landing gear is more common with its so called supporting gear technic. Maneuvering on the ground is happening by its tail wheal. The aircraft can be flown by possessing TMG license, which can be obtained under 45 flight hours. It is ideal for beginners and hobby pilots, because of its simple operation and low costs.

It is suitable for:

  • pilot training
  • aerial photography
  • hobby
Cessna C-150 (HA-NTB)
Registration
HA-NTB
Rental fee
30.000 HUF+VAT/flight hour (with fuel)
Cruising speed
180 km/h
Range
650 km
Capacity
1 pilot + 1 passenger
Engine
Continental O-200-A

The Cessna 150 is a two-seat tricycle gear general aviation airplane that was designed for flight training, touring and personal use. The Cessna 150 is the fifth most produced civilian plane ever, with 23,839 aircraft produced. The main upgrade of the previous model was the tricycle landing gear, which is easier to learn to use than the tailwheel landing gear of the Cessna 140.

150s were all produced with the Continental O-200-A 100 hp (75 kW) engine.

It is suitable for:

  • pilot training
  • aerial photography
  • night flight and
  • hobby
Cessna C-152 (HA-JDK)
Registration
HA-JDK
Rental fee
30.000 HUF+VAT/flight hour (with fuel)
Cruising speed
160 km/h
Range
600 km
Capacity
1 pilot + 1 passenger
Engine
Lycoming O-235/110 hp

It is an American two-seat, fixed tricycle gear, general aviation airplane, used primarily for flight training and personal use. It is manufactured with Lycoming O-235 engine producing 110 hp (82 kW) at 2550rpm. First delivered in 1977 as the 1978 model year, the 152 was a modernization of the proven Cessna 150 design. As with the 150, the great majority of 152s were built at the Cessna factory in Wichita, Kansas. A number of aircraft were also built by Reims Aviation of France. It is very reliable and stable airplane.

It is suitable for:

  • pilot training
  • aerial photography
  • night flight and
  • hobby
Cessna C-152 (HA-RIV)
Registration
HA-RIV
Rental fee
30.000 HUF+VAT/flight hour (with fuel)
Cruising speed
180 km/h
Range
650 km
Capacity
1 pilot + 1 passenger
Engine
Lycoming O-235/110 hp

It is an American two-seat, fixed tricycle gear, general aviation airplane, used primarily for flight training and personal use. It is manufactured with Lycoming O-235 engine producing 110 hp (82 kW) at 2550rpm. First delivered in 1977 as the 1978 model year, the 152 was a modernization of the proven Cessna 150 design. As with the 150, the great majority of 152s were built at the Cessna factory in Wichita, Kansas. A number of aircraft were also built by Reims Aviation of France. It is very reliable and stable airplane.

It is suitable for:

  • pilot training
  • aerial photography
  • night flight and
  • hobby
Cessna C-172 (HA-VEX)
Registration
HA-VEX
Rental fee
46.000 HUF+VAT/flight hour (with fuel)
Cruising speed
178 km/h
Range
1040 km
Capacity
1 pilot + 3 passenger
Engine
Lycoming O-320/160 hp

It is a four-seat, single-engine, high-wing fixed-wing aircraft. First flown in 1955 and still in production, more Cessna C-172s have been built than any other aircraft. Measured by its longevity and popularity, the Cessna C-172 is the most successful mass produced light aircraft in history. The first production models were delivered in 1956 and they are still in production. As of 2008, more than 43.000 had been built. It is manufactured with Lycoming O-320 engine producing 160 hp (119 kW) at 2700 rpm.

It is suitable for:

  • pilot training,
  • instrumental flight,
  • sightseeing flight,
  • aerial photography,
  • scattering petal and fly-sheets,
  • night flight and
  • hobby.
Cessna C-172R (HA-ARP)
Registration
HA-ARP
Rental fee
49.000 HUF+VAT/flight hour (with fuel)
Cruising speed
227 km/h
Range
1280 km
Capacity
1 pilot + 3 passenger
Engine
Lycoming IO-360L2A

A younger, stronger version of the plane above. The engine is a better design, the cabin is modern and the instrumentation is peerless. The high-wing offers perfect view. It is manufactured with Lycoming IO-360L2A engine producing 160 hp (119 kW) at 2700 rpm.

Can be used for any purposes that the HA-VEX can be, but especially fit for:

  • instrumental flight
  • cross country and international flights
PIPER PA 34 (HA-YCN)
Registration
HA-YCN
Rental fee
125.000 HUF+VAT/flight hour (with fuel)
Cruising speed
315 km/h
Range
1180 km
Capacity
1 pilot + 5 passenger
Engine
2 x Continental TSIO-360KB/220 hp

The Piper PA34 Seneca is an American twin-engine light aircraft, produced by Piper Aircraft since 1971 and still in production in 2009. The Seneca is primarily used for personal and business flying. It is manufactured with Continental TSIO-360 KB supercharger engine producing 220 hp (165 kW) at 2800 rpm.

It is suitable for:

  • taxi flight
  • pilot training
  • instrumental flight
  • calibration flight
  • freight flight
  • sightseeing flight
  • night flight and
  • hobby
Schweizer 300C helicopter (HA-MSX)
Registration
HA-MSX
Rental fee
115.000 HUF+VAT/flight hour (fuel included)
Cruising speed
159 km/h
Range
360 km
Capacity
1 pilot + 2 passengers
Engine
Lycoming HIO-360-D1A/190 LE

The Schweizer 300C is a light utility helicopter powered by a 190 hp Lycoming HIO-360-D1A engine and increased diameter rotor, giving a payload increase of 45%, plus overall performance improvements over previous 269-models. The single, three-bladed main rotor and piston-powered Schweizer 300 is mostly used as a cost-effective platform for training and agriculture. The basic design has been in production for almost 50 years.

It is suitable for:

  • pilot training
  • sightseeing flight
  • aerial photography
  • scattering petal and fly-sheets
  • monitoring flight
  • aerial reconnaissance
  • night flight and
  • hobby

 

KAMOV KA-26 (250.000,- HUF)
Registration
HA-MPO
Rental fee
250.000 HUF+VAT/flight hour (fuel included)
Cruising speed
120-140 km/h
Range
465 km
Capacity
1 pilot + 1 passengers
Engine
2 x Vegyenyejev M-14V-26/325 LE

The Kamov Ka-26is a Soviet light utility helicopter with co-axial rotors. The Ka-26 entered production in 1966. 850 have been built. A variant with a single engine was the Ka-126. A turboshaft-powered version is the Ka-226. (All the Ka-26/126/128/226 variants are codenamed "Hoodlum"). The fuselage of the Ka-26 consists of a fixed, bubble-shaped cockpit containing the pilot and co-pilot, plus a removable, variable box available in medevac, passenger-carrying and crop-duster versions. The helicopter can fly with or without the box attached, giving it much flexibility in use. The Ka-26 is small enough and handles well enough to land on a large truck bed.

It is suitable for:

  • agricultural flight
  • mosquito spraying
  • pilot training
Antonov An-2
Registration
HA-MAR
Rental fee
250.000 HUF+VAT/flight hour (with fuel)
Cruising speed
180 km/h
Range
900 km
Capacity
1 pilot + 13 passenger
Engine
Svecov AS-62IR/1000 hp

The Antonov An-2 is a single-engine biplane utility/agricultural aircraft designed in the USSR in 1946. The An-2 is used as a light utility transport, parachute drop aircraft, agricultural work and many other tasks suited to this large slow-flying biplane. Its slow flight and good field performance make it suited for short, unimproved fields, and some specialized variants have also been built for cold weather and other extreme environments. Antonov designed a large single bay biplane of all-metal construction, with an enclosed cockpit and a cabin with room for seats accommodating twelve passengers.

It is suitable for:

  • agricultural flight
  • mosquito spraying
  • pilot training
  • parachute drop and
  • sightseeing flight
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