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  • Red and white Cessna 152 parked on an airport ramp while a man waves through the window.
    QCFS aquires Cessna 152 as Second Aircraft in Fleet07-2021 | Hayden Young

    Queen City Flying Service has recently acquired "Ruby", a 1980 Cessna 152, the second aircraft in the fleet. The aircraft, N5453M, will be available for rent immediately for $80/hour dry.

  • N5540R parked on an airport ramp.
    Queen City Flying Service Seaks Crowdfunding Investors06-2021 | Hayden Young

    According to the owner, Josh Hunter, Queen City is seeking $250,000 to fund adding additional aircraft to the fleet. "I am hoping to bring to Queen City Flying Service and its clients a second airplane available for rental, one more suited for IFR flying and long-distance trips with friends and family or for business. The Cessna we have now is a fantastic trainer, but it is not a travel machine. I'm hoping to buy a Cessna 182 or Diamond DA-40 or perhaps a Cirrus SR-20.", Josh said.

  • Small aircraft sitting on an airport ramp at sunset.
    About Us01-2021 | Josh Hunter

    Learn about the history of aviation in the region, and Queen City Flying Service.