Fleet and Simulators
FlyBy’s rapidly growing fleet is composed of 24 single-engine (plus 4 more already ordered) and 3 multi-engine state of the art glass cockpit airplanes based in Burgos International Airport.
Our simulators include an MCC Airbus A320 and 2 FNPT II based on our Tecnam P2006T.
Our fleet consists of 27 aircraft + 4 already ordered
FlyBy’s rapidly growing fleet is composed of 24 single-engine (plus 4 more already ordered and expected to be delivered in July 2024) and 3 multi-engine state of the art glass cockpit airplanes based in Burgos International Airport.
3 in fleet
The Italian made Tecnam P2002JF is a single engine airplane equipped with a low wing wingspan of 8.6m. This aircraft comes with two seats, features a sliding canopy and is made from aluminium, and so is therefore lightweight weighing 580kg (MTOM). The Tecnam P2002 uses a Bombardier Rotax engine, can fly up to a maximum speed of 138kts IAS and up to a maximum service altitude of 14,000ft (4260m). Inside a glass cockpit is installed with modern Garmin G500 GPS systems.
10 in fleet
The PS28 Cruiser originally manufactured from the Czech Republic, is a single engine light aircraft. The interior uses state-of-the-art glass cockpits with Dynon Skyview systems providing a more accurate navigation. Flying is made comfortable with this aircraft with its lazyboy designed reclined seats, allowing a much more spacious environment. The Powertrain Rotax engine provides a maximum power of almost 100 Horsepower at 5,800 engine rpms, and with an endurance of 5 hours 26 minutes, can take you up to 513 nautical miles (948km).
2 VFR /1 IFR in fleet
The Cessna Skyhawk 172 optimises its basic analogue display to offer unprecedented training for our instrumental flights. Cessna is a very popular aircraft for many flight training schools so it is most likely that you will fly this at least once in your life. This high wing, single engine aircraft provides all types of manoeuvring capabilities compared to other aircraft due to its utility category. The added seats in the back of the aircraft enable it to carry passengers; we find this very beneficial enhancing our students learning in flight.
1 in fleet
The Piper PA-28 is a family of light aircraft designed for flight training, air taxi, and personal use. This piston-powered, single engine aircraft is unpressurised with low-mounted wings and a tricycle landing gear. On the co-pilot side is a single door which is entered by stepping onto the wing. To power this aircraft into the sky, Piper uses a Lycoming engine with approximately 180 Horsepower, making it one of our most powerful aircrafts, as well as one of the heaviest.
SUPER DECATHLON FOR UPRT
1 in fleet
2 seater in tandem airplane with 180 horsepower fuel-injected engine with an aerobatic constant-speed propeller. Cruises around 125 knots with a full inverted flight fuel and oil system capable of sustaining aerobatic stresses between +6g and −5g.
3 in fleet
The Tecnam P2006T is a twin-engine, four-seat aircraft with fully retractable landing gear. The high wing configuration offers stability, superior cabin visibility and easy access for passengers and luggage. Tecnam has used its extensive experience with aluminium airframes to create in the P2006T a robust yet very light airframe. The wings hold the fuel tanks which are located outboard of the engines, and hold a total of 200 litres (100 litres in each). Inside, the Tecnam uses a glass cockpit configuration with Garmin 950: the G950 puts a wealth of flight-critical data at your fingertips. The system is capable of presenting flight instrumentation, navigation, weather, terrain, traffic and engine data on large format, high resolution displays. Students get the opportunity to train with this aircraft up to completing their final Flight Skills Exam needed to obtain the Commercial Pilots License.