Our Aircraft

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About Our Planes

The Cascade Flyers aircraft are hangared conveniently on-field at Paine Field in Everett, Washington (KPAE). The C172 is IFR equipped and is available to members at a low hourly rate. The C182 is an IFR equipped, high-performance aircraft with an STOL kit to aid short field performance and is also very reasonably priced. Both have recently had newly overhauled engines installed (2012/2016) so they are raring to fly!

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Cessna 172

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Cessna 172

Airframe: 1976 Cessna C172M
Engine: 150 HP Continental O-320
Special features: Garmin GNS430W IFR GPS, Dual Localizer/Glideslope, Dual Nav Comms, Intercoms

Cessna 172 Photo
Cessna 172 Photo

“The 172 is a more “intimate” flying airplane…it is smaller and more connected to the air than bigger planes. It feels to me more like I have wings attached to my body.” – John Young

Cessna 172 Photo
Cessna 172 Photo
Cessna 172 Photo

“The 172 is lean and simple. It’s less expensive to fly and on shorter trips is just right. The engine purrs and the handling is comfortable and responsive.” – Tory T.

Cessna 172 Photo

Cessna 182

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Cessna 182

Airframe: 1967 Cessna C182K
Engine: 235 HP Continental O-470
Special features: Garmin GNS430 IFR GPS, ADF, Dual Localizer/Glideslope, Dual Nav Comms, Intercoms, STOL (Short Takeoff and Landing) kit, Updated instrument panel

Cessna 182 Photo
Cessna 182 Photo

“It is a good aircraft for grass runways and other short fields. It can make a difference during times of high density altitude. It is also a very stable aircraft to fly, just like the 172.” -Gary O’Donald

Cessna 182 Photo
Cessna 182 Photo
Cessna 182 Photo

“With the 182 I can take my granddaughter and her husband down to the Evergreen flight museum. Amazing to live so close to the largest plane in the world, the Spruce Goose.” -George Hammer

Cessna 182 Photo