Nashville Flight Training Planes

We currently have the largest fleet of aircraft in Middle Tennessee, which includes Cessna, Piper, and Socata planes, plus two state-of-the-art simulators.


1998 Cessna 172R
FAA Registration: N434EP
Fuel Injected: 180 HP
ADS-B and Flight Stream equipped
Full King IFR Package
4 seats
Hourly rate available. Call for details.

1998 Cessna 172R - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1998 Cessna 172R - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1998 Cessna 172R - Nashville Flight Training Planes

1959 Beechcraft Travel Air
Multi-engine
FAA Registration: N2025C
Hourly rate available. Call for details.

1959 Beechcraft Travel Air - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1959 Beechcraft Travel Air - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1959 Beechcraft Travel Air - Nashville Flight Training Planes

1993 Socata TB-9 Tampico
FAA Registration: N137ER
Garmin G650 and Bluetooth Capability
Fully IFR Certified
4 seats
Hourly rate available. Call for details.

1993 Socata TB-9 Tampico - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1993 Socata TB-9 Tampico - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1993 Socata TB-9 Tampico - Nashville Flight Training Planes

1978 Cessna 172N
FAA Registration: N739VN
Lycoming 160HP
Garmin GNS 430
Fully IFR Certified
4 seats
Hourly rate available. Call for details.

1978 Cessna 172N - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1978 Cessna 172N - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1978 Cessna 172N - Nashville Flight Training Planes

1979 Piper Archer II
FAA Registration: N2180Y
Fuel Injected: 180 HP
Fully IFR Certified
Hourly rate available. Call for details.

1979 Piper Archer II - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1979 Piper Archer II - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1979 Piper Archer II - Nashville Flight Training Planes

1966 172G
FAA Registration: N3721L
120 HP
Hourly rate available. Call for details.

1966 172G - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1966 172G - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1966 172G - Nashville Flight Training Planes

1970 172L
FAA Registration: N7880G
160 HP
Hourly rate available. Call for details.


1963 Beechcraft Baron
95-A55-N8629M
High Performance
Continental IO-470 Engine
260 HP
Hourly rate available. Call for details.

1963 Beechcraft Baron - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1963 Beechcraft Baron - Nashville Flight Training Planes
1963 Beechcraft Baron - Nashville Flight Training Planes

1980 Cessna 172RG
N84AT
Complex - Retractable Gear and Constant Speed Prop
Lycoming O-360 - 180hp
Hourly rate available. Call for details.


Redbird LD Simulator – Cessna 172
Fully FAA Certified as an AATD.
Hourly rate available. Call for details.

Redbird LD Simulator – Cessna 172 - Nashville Flight Training Planes
Redbird LD Simulator – Cessna 172 - Nashville Flight Training Planes
Redbird LD Simulator – Cessna 172 - Nashville Flight Training Planes

Precision Flight Controls - C2 Pro
Fully FAA Certified as an AATD.
Numerous aircraft configurations available including single engine, multi engine and jet.
Hourly rate available. Call for details.


Nashville Flight Training aircraft include well known brand names like Cessna and Piper, and even newer names like Tampico. These are names that have ruled the aviation world for nearly 100 years. These planes are chosen not only for their brand recognition, but their state-of-the-art technology and ability to perform reliably every day. Our fleet is maintained by multiple mechanics as certified by the Federal Aviation Administration. Our planes undergo stringent inspections before every flight – every 50 hours, every 100 hours and once a year. Safety is a priority at Nashville Flight Training, and you can be confident in these training aircraft.

Nashville Flight Training also features a state-of-the-art Redbird LD Simulator. This simulator is FAA-certified as an Advanced Aviation Training Device and features 200 degrees of visuals. Our simulator is the perfect solution to keeping your skills sharp no matter what the weather outside is. Private Pilot students can receive training on this simulator and log the time as instruction for their certificate. Instrument pilot students also benefit by doing their Instrument Proficiency Check as well as approaches to airports of their choice. Commercial pilot students benefit the most by counting up to 50 hours of simulator time toward their rating. Nashville Flight Training’s Redbird simulator can increase your learning while saving you more than 40% on your training costs!