Fly with Confidence. Fly with Independence Aviation.
Independence Aviation has a modern fleet of Cirrus aircraft available 24 hours a day. All aircraft are extremely well maintained and have modern avionics. Whether you are planning a business trip or a family vacation, we have aircraft to fit your needs with affordable pricing.
Aircraft are based at both our Centennial Airport (KAPA) location in Englewood, Colorado and our Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (KBJC) location in Broomfield, Colorado. We are happy to make arrangements to make any aircraft available at either location.
Independence Aviation is proud to offer the newest, fastest, most technologically advanced aircraft available, both for training and private travel. But the most valuable feature of each plane is the top-flight crew of mechanics and service personnel that keeps our aircraft in premier condition and ready to fly on a moment’s notice.
Rental Aircraft: A First-Class Experience—Guaranteed
The service you’ll receive from Independence Aviation is second to none. When you reserve an IA aircraft, we’ll have it parked out front and ready to fly according to your specifications. When you return, you drop the plane out front and we take care of the rest.
When you fly with IA, it’s more than a rental; it’s a first-class experience, as our repeat customers attest time and again.
Your Schedule Is Our Schedule
Whether you’re flying with one of our ace pilots or serving as captain yourself, we’re here for you 24 hours a day.
After you check us out online, feel free to give us a call at 303-858-1600 to schedule a tour of our facilities and fleet. We never tire of showing off the best aviation operation in the Rocky Mountain region.
N724PS – Piper Sport (KBJC Based)
The Piper Sport is the newest addition to our IA fleet. We’re excited to offer this lower-cost alternative to our customers without sacrificing our commitment to quality. Don’t be fooled by the smallish stature of the Piper LSA; this stunning aircraft comes equipped with a fully functioning glass cockpit which includes dual Primary Flight Displays and an Engine Management System lcd screen. And it doesn’t stop there. It also boasts an autopilot, Flight Director and a Garmin 696 GPS in the avionics suite. The aircraft itself is equipped with a bubble canopy for unparalleled visibility and a parachute system similar to our popular Cirrus aircraft. All of these options make the Piper LSA a great aircraft for those looking to eventually step up to the Cirrus and Diamond aircraft, or simply as a low-cost, time-building aircraft.
N72TP – Cessna C310
Say hello to the “Big Guy” of our fleet. This plane does not like to be told “no.” Where do you want to go? San Diego? How about climbing up to 24,000′ and flying direct? With two Turbo Ram engines on board you have the ability to climb greater than 1,000′/min. And with onboard oxygen for six people and a max useable fuel capacity of 203 gallons, this aircraft can cover some serious ground (think 200+ knot airspeed). It’s also equipped with dual Garmin 430s (both WAAS capable), electronic HSI, autopilot, de-ice boots, windshield heat and aviation charts loaded onto its Garmin GMX200 MFD. Oh, baby!
N218DF – Cirrus SR20
The first thing you’ll notice when strapping into this G2 SR20 is the power that 200HP provides. This fine balance of power is essential for a dual role aircraft suitable for use as a basic trainer as well as capable for business use. Equipped with Avidyne Entegra avionics providing exceptional situational awareness and redundancy through dual Garmin 430 units. Planning to fly long cross country flights can be mentally and physically exhausting. With the assistance of a STec 55SR autopilot the pilot can sit back and relax thus prolonging stamina throughout the flight. All this including electric charts and onboard weather information make this aircraft a valuable tool to personal air travel.
N315AR – Cirrus SR20
This 2007 SR20 is a gadget lover’s dream. It comes equipped with a dual Garmin 430 GPS system enabled with WAAS. This allows you to fly instrument approaches down to 200′ above the ground with incredible precision. And for the VFR pilot, it provides the most accurate GPS equipment available to the flying public. The 315AR is ideal for technologically advanced aircraft training and personal travel, making it one of our most popular aircraft.
N93GS – Cirrus SR20 Perspective
Miriam Webster’s Dictionary defines common sense as “sound and prudent judgment based on a simple perception of the situation or facts.” Flying a Cirrus SR20 Perspective can be described that simply, it is common sense. This is the aircraft that transformed general aviation and helped Cirrus become a steadfast leader in the industry. If you are searching for a simple and safe aircraft that is suitable for business use you have found it in N93GS. This 2012 G3 SR20 is equipped with Perspective avionics including Jeppesen electronic charts, traffic avoidance, terrain awareness and warning, synthetic vision and electronic stability protection. If that was not enough N93GS also includes the newest items introduced by Cirrus such as the 60/40 FlexSeating and Perspective Global Connect. Whether you are looking to travel the country or keeping current in the latest and greatest Cirrus has to offer, N93GS can get you there.
N535S – Cirrus SR22
Economy, versatility, fun. These words describe 2001 Cirrus SR22 N535S. She is an early Cirrus Aircraft model, sporting serial number 14. As a result, she has traditional round-dial flight instruments with a couple of nice enhancements. These include a Sandel EFIS and an ARNAV multi-function display. To make your flying more pleasurable and safe, it sports dual Garmin 430 GPSs, an S-TEC 55x autopilot and a WX-500 StormScope. Perhaps best of all, it has a great wet rental rate! A short avionics transition lesson is needed as a check out on this sweet SR22.
N35EC – Cirrus SR22, Supercharged
This 2004 Cirrus SR22 has a range over 1,000 nm and max cruise of 185 kts TAS. Talk about a machine bred for cross-country flying. Dallas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis are just a few of the destinations that are possible non-stop flights with the 35EC. This plane also has XM weather, Jeppesen CMAX charts, and portable oxygen for higher altitude flying. Nothing but the best.
N925PC – Cirrus SR22
The main thought behind Cirrus aircraft is to allow the aviator an easy route to transition from a trainer, the SR20, all the way up to a jet, The Vision. The SR22 aids in a smooth transition and there is no better example of this than 925PC. This 2005 SR22 G2 is a perfect aircraft to train for an Instrument rating, fly the Rockies for mountain experience or take a cross-country excursion. Equipped with the S-Tec 55-X autopilot and on-board weather, Jeppesen CMAX charts and many other pilot aids, this aircraft can and will take you to next level in aviation.
N4543G – Cirrus SR22 (KBJC Based)
In 2007, Cirrus redesigned the SR series and labeled it G3 for 3rd Generation. Some the enhancements for the G3 SR22 include: Longer wingspan, larger TKS fluid reservoir, longer TKS strips on the wings, more exterior lighting, and an increased useful load. The airplane is a great cross country cruiser, but also good for short hops. N4543G is also equipped with WAAS. She is based at our Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (KBJC) location.
N910B – Cirrus G2 SR22 Turbo (KBJC Based)
This 2007 G2 SR22T is a keystone aircraft to IA’s durable and dependable Cirrus fleet. Cruise altitudes up to 25,000’ at 214 kts TAS make this aircraft capable of missions to any corner of the United States and beyond. If considering utilizing the aircraft to its full potential and venturing into the flight levels there will be no need to worry, just strap on the appropriate oxygen equipment and plug into the built in oxygen system. Equipped with Avidyne Entegra avionics N910B gives the pilot more confidence, redundancy and a larger degree of situational awareness when flying VFR or IFR. She is based at our Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (KBJC) location.
N400PE – Cirrus SR22 Turbo
Since their inception, Cirrus has been an industry leader in aircraft advancements and while every years improvements are fantastic, have you ever desired an aircraft to transition you into all the advancements? If your answer is yes then N400PE is the next aircraft for you. This 2008 Generation 3 Cirrus boasts a turbo-normalized engine accompanied by built-in oxygen for up to 4 that allows higher cruise altitudes, even into the flight levels. The Avidyne Entegra avionics, WAAS-certified Garmin 430s and the Avidyne DFC 90 autopilot will give you as much confidence in the cockpit as the additional power. N400PE is undoubtedly the perfect transition aircraft from your days in the SR20 Avidyne Entegra to your future in the SR22T Perspective.
N248CB – Cirrus SR22 Turbo FIKI
This 2009 SR22 Turbo joined the Independence Aviation fleet family in July 2013. It takes safety, security, value and style to a level never seen before in general aviation aircraft. Along with all the safety features of former Cirrus aircraft, this SR22T incorporates synthetic vision, Electronic Stability Protection and many other additional features that are revolutionizing flying as we know it. She is equipped with Cirrus Perspective avionics, which allows pilots to see the aviation world in a whole new light. If all this wasn’t enough, Cirrus also made this aircraft certified for flight into known icing (FIKI) conditions. While past aircraft have been equipped with basic ice protection, they could never legally fly into known icing areas. FIKI allows the pilot to get in and out of places safely and legally where other models would not dare to go.
N333AN – Cirrus SR22 Turbo FIKI
Cirrus has gone above and beyond aviators expectations and produced yet another amazing aircraft. This 2010 SR22 Turbo takes safety, security, value and style to a level never seen before in general aviation aircraft. Along with all the safety features of former Cirrus aircraft, the new SR22T incorporates synthetic vision, Electronic Stability Protection and many other additional features that are revolutionizing flying as we know it. 333AN is equipped with Cirrus Perspective avionics, which allows pilots to see the aviation world in a whole new light. If all this wasn’t enough, Cirrus also made this aircraft certified for flight into known icing (FIKI) conditions. While past aircraft have been equipped with basic ice protection, they could never legally fly into known icing areas. FIKI allows the pilot to get in and out of places safely and legally where other models would not dare to go. If you are looking for the ultimate traveling aircraft Independence Aviation has it for you in 333AN.
Frasca – Frasca SR22 Simulator
This SR22 Level 1 FTD comes with a 170-degree visual for a realistic flight and training experience. With the ability to create scenarios and tailor them to each customer’s needs, IA can help you maintain a high level of pilot proficiency. We’ve been hard at work building our innovative Aviator Pro program which is primarily implemented in this simulator. To view these scenario-based missions on our web site, click on the “Flight Training” tab above and go to “Continuing Education” and “Aviator Pro.” Then get ready to take your flight proficiency to the next level!
Precision Flight Controls—Modular Flight Deck (MFD)
This is an Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD) that can be configured for a host of different aircraft models, from the popular Cessna and Piper training aircraft to advanced twin-engine and King Air models. This device assists IA clients who want to maintain currency and proficiency in a “steam gauge” aircraft. Our scenario-based missions in the “Aviator Pro” program can easily be used in our MFD as well. In addition, our simulators offer a great aviation experience to those interested in flying but unable to leave the ground.
Fly This Sim TouchTrainer
This fantastic training device is certified as a Basic Aviation Training Device by the FAA, so time spent can be logged toward Instrument training and currency. It can be configured for the full line of Cirrus Aircraft including SR20, SR22 and SR22T models. Button- and knob-ology is easily learned on both the Avidyne and Garmin Perspective avionics packages using touch screen technology. Truly one of the most cost effective ways to learn the Cirrus aircraft.