Training Fleet and Facilities

We have a dedicated fleet of 13 training aircraft and growing, the largest in any training school in East Africa. This translates to a low student-aircraft ratio, ensuring that you get your training done in the shortest time possible with minimum interruptions to your schedule.


Cessna 172

The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is the top-rated single-engine flight training aircraft in the world. It is highly rated for its safety features, easy to operate and is bigger and more stable than the Cessna 150/152. These four-seat, fixed-wing planes comprise the majority of Ninety Nines Flying School training fleet.

PA 34

The Piper Seneca is a six-seat aircraft with two counter-rotating propellers. The counter-rotating engines eliminate the critical engine limitations of other light twins and make the aircraft more controllable in the event of a shut down or failure of either engine.