Baltimore's Top Airplane Rental Company

     Just because you don’t own your own plane, doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy flying or take special trips by air! Most pilots don’t own planes, they rent them. At Middle River Aviation, we have the largest fleet of rental aircraft in the Baltimore/Washington DC area. Whether you are looking to rent an airplane so you maintain your flying skills, need to get to a meeting you don’t have time to drive to, or travel to Florida for a few days, we have an aircraft to meet your needs!

     MRA, Baltimore's premier airplane rental service, has more airplanes to rent than any of our competitors. We have anything from 7 Cessna 172’s for rent, 2 of which are equipped with the Garmin G1000 avionics, to our Grumman Cougar GA-7 with twin engines, we have a lot to choose from. To make our fleet even more special, all of the 172’s are IFR certified for your convenience. If you want to travel with style, we have the only Cirrus SR20 for rent in the Baltimore/Washington metropolitan area.

 

In addition to Cirrus aircraft's, we also have a Piper Arrow that is a great aircraft to take for a long trip out of town/state too. The list goes on and on!

     Scheduling an aircraft checkout is easy. All you need to do is give us a call at 410-574-3897 or visit our office at the Martin State Airport, and we can put you on the schedule in person!

Aircraft Rental Minimum Requirements:

               Cessna 172 equipped with standard round dial instruments

                              * Private pilot certificate

                              * Current medical certificate

                              * Current Biannual Flight Review (BFR)

                              * Renters insurance policy minimum of $50,000

                              * 10 hours of logged flight time in previous 4 months

                              * pre-rental check out flight with MRA instructor

 

            Cessna 172 equipped with Garmin G1000

                              * Private pilot certificate

                              * Instrument rating

                              * Current medical certificate

                              * Current Biannual Flight Review (BFR)

                              * 10 hours of logged flight time in previous 4 months

                              * 5 hours of logged flight time in G1000 equipped aircraft

                                 or 5 hours with MRA instructor

                              * pre-rental check out flight with MRA instructor

 

               Piper Arrow PA28R

                              * Private pilot certificate

                              * 100 hours of logged flight hours or an Instrument rating

                              * Current medical certificate

                              * Current Biannual Flight Review (BFR)

                              * 10 hours of logged flight time in previous 4 months

                              * 25 hours of logged flight time in complex aircraft

                                 or 10 hours in Make and Model, or 10 hours with an MRA instructor

                              * pre-rental check out flight with MRA instructor

 

               Cirrus SR20

                              * Private pilot certificate

                              * Instrument rating

                              * 250 hours of logged flight hours

                              * Current medical certificate

                              * Current Biannual Flight Review (BFR)

                              * Current Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC)

                              * 10 hours of logged flight time in previous 4 months

                              * 10 hours of logged flight time in a Cirrus SR20/22

                                 or 10 hours with MRA instructor

                              * Current Cirrus Proficiency Check required every 6 months

                              * pre-rental check out flight with MRA instructor

                              * Must maintain a 60-day proficiency check with MRA instructor

                             

                      Note: In lieu of flight hour requirement, Pilot may opt to gain an instrument rating with        

                      MRA using our Cirrus to meet our part 141 Instrument training requirements.

 

               Grumman Cougar GA-7 twin engine

                        This aircraft is available for training only

                              For time building you must have an MRA multi engine instructor on board

*Night flight is prohibited to all non-instrument rated pilots

**If you are flying cross country and intentionally plan to fly into IMC you MUST have a current IPC or are instrument current, and are either flying an aircraft equipped with an auto pilot or be accompanied by another certificated pilot .

 

Pilots can get quotes for a renter's insurance policy by following the link below:   

https://insurance.aopa.org/aviation/renter-insurance