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Beginner Programs

Want to know what it feels like to touch the sky? Our beginner courses will show you whether flight training is right for you and all hours will count towards your pilot licence if you continue.

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Recreational Aviation Programs

Jump into our Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) to experience the latest technology and achieve your flight training goals more cost effectively.

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General Aviation Programs

Whether you want to fly for fun or pursue a career in aviation, working towards a GA pilot licence will give you the know-how you need to succeed.

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Airline Interview Preparation Programs

If you’ve got your sights set on becoming a Cadet Pilot, you want to have our experienced team of Grade 1 and senior instructors on your side.

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RPL Conversion Course

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Pay as you Fly

3 Training Hrs

$ 288 / hr

Full Time:
3 Days
Part Time:
3 Weeks

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3 Training Hrs

1 Simulation Hrs

$ 1325 / Package

Full Time:
3 Days
Part Time:
3 Weeks

Jump into heavier aircraft

Once you have received your Recreational Pilot Certificate (RPC), which is equivalent to an Recreational Pilot Licence (RPL), you can apply to CASA for the issuance of an RPL. This is simply done by filling in a form and undergoing a flight review on a GA aircraft. This course is designed to help pilots with an RAAus RPC get endorsed on the heavier CASA VH registered aircraft such as Cessna 172 or Piper Warrior.

RPL Conversion Course Process

Theory sessions are provided to ensure you’re familiar with the new regulations and responsibilities associated with exercising the privileges of an RPL.

You will undergo 4 hours of endorsement training, which includes basic instrument flight training. This will be conducted in the heavier aircraft you can fly with an RPL, such as the Cessna 172 or Piper Warrior. The GA VH registered aircraft are generally heavier but not necessarily more difficult to fly.

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