Multiflight expands fleet of flight training and self fly hire aircraft


Multiflight has bought three Piper PA-28 161 diesel aircraft with glass cockpits, increasing the number of Piper PA-28 aircraft in its fleet of training and self fly hire aircraft from two to five.

“We are very pleased to announce that we have bought three Piper PA-28 161 Diesel aircraft with glass cockpits with Garmin G430 plus G500 system, both increasing and updating our flight training offer,” says Mike McKenzie, Multiflight’s Flight Training Manager.

“Our new aircraft are great for flight training students and self fly hire customers. They are modern, more fuel efficient, very quiet, have new interiors, run on Jet A1 fuel rather than Avgas, and also run on a FADEC (full authority digital engine control) system.”

Mike added, “Students wishing to fly these new aircraft must undertake some differences training to become accustomed to the FADEC and Garmin systems, which takes around two hours. We will be using these aircraft for PPL and CPL flight training, trial flying lessons and self fly hire.”

Full details of the new Multiflight aircraft can be found at