Seneca's Fleet consists of 22 aircrafts:
8 Cessna 172
8 G1000 172 (glass cockpit)
3 Beechcraft Bonanza
2 Beechcraft Barons
1 G1000 Baron (glass cockpit)
Students begin their flight training in the single-engine Cessna 172. Training includes long-distance flights to places such as Burlington, Vermont; and Fredericton, New Brunswick. Students then progress to the twin-engine Beechcraft Baron.
Learn more about our fleet of planes. Speaking in the video are student Kaitlynn, Lynne McMullen, Director of Business Development and Dominic Totino, Program Manager.
Ten cockpit simulators are used at Seneca. Some of them recreate the experience of flying the program's fleet of aircraft and provide students with greater knowledge of the planes they are flying, while others are used to expand students' aviation knowledge. The CRJ 200 regional jet simulator trains students to crew a commercial jet while the Redbird crosswind simulator gives students the ability to repeatedly land an aircraft during difficult wind-related situations. A B200 turboprop is our most recent addition.
Learn more about how our simulators are used for training. Appearing in the video are flight students Kaitlynn and Tariq, Lynne McMullen, Director of Business Development and Dominic Totino, Program Manager.