Airborne Aviation has an extensive range of courses available. Selected courses can be undertaken full time in a classroom environment and work towards a Certificate IV in Aviation or a Diploma of Aviation in addition to the CASA issued licence. You may also select to complete a course at your own pace and completing one-to-one to achieve the CASA issued licence.
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This course covers the essential skills to safely operate an aeroplane during daylight hours. You may take passengers with this licence type but restrictions do apply.
As an extension to the recreational pilot licence, this course focuses on the navigation skills required to explore the countryside through various types of airspace.
As an extension to the private pilot licence, this course focuses on operating the aeroplane to a higher standard and as well as looking at commercial aspects of flight operations. Faster and more complex aeroplanes will be utilised for some of your training.
As an addition to your commercial pilot licence, your studies will be based upon operations of high capacity jet transport aircraft. A pass in all ATPL theory examinations is a requirement to apply for all major airlines.
The training involves flying by reference solely to instruments to fly both en-route and safely conduct a various approach types without external visual references. An essential rating for airline employment or charter operations.
As an addition to your commercial pilot licence, the flight instructor rating enables you to train pilots in both theory and practical components of various licences, ratings and endorsements. This rating will maximise your employment opportunities as a low-hour commercial pilot.
The night VFR rating allows you to fly by night when visual meteorological conditions exist. This rating is the perfect addition to a private pilot licence.
This course deals with specific skills required to safely and accurately operate a twin-engine aircraft. Each type of twin engine aircraft requires a specific type endorsement, your initial endorsement allows you to quickly and easily transition to other types in the future.
This course introduces you to the new layout of the primary flight display and teaches you to adapt your instrument scan. Advanced features of the Garmin G1000 glass cockpit with integrated auto-pilot are also explored.
This course will teach you the basics of how and why a CSU is used on an aircraft, allowing you to maximise the efficiency of the aeroplane.
Aircraft designed to go fast typically have an undercarriage system that retracts in order to reduce drag when not in the landing configuration. This course explores the concepts and practical application.
A selection of our aircraft feature a tail wheel undercarriage. This course will explore the specifics of flying (in particular take-off and landing) an aircraft with this configuration.
This course explores basic aerobatic manoeuvres for your initial rating. Further training is also available to explore more advanced manoeuvres and prepare you for entering your first aerobatic competition.
Learning to fly in formation with another aircraft is a lot of fun. You might be looking for the next challenge, or to add to your resume.
This course will provide you with a logbook endorsement allowing you to add GPS to your approved en route navigation aids when flying Night VFR and/or IFR.
A short course designed to take you through all the essential elements that you may not have practiced since receiving your Private Pilot Licence. Safety is paramount when flying - ensure you are up to speed..
Our Emergency Manoeuvre Training (EMT) course exposes you to common mishandling situations so that you can recognise the dangers and avoid them, or otherwise recover from any situation.
Flying in and out of strips that are short, narrow, soft, surrounded by obstacles or any combination of these requires proper technique. This course looks to equip you with the necessary skills.
High performance and high capacity aircraft typically feature a pressurised cabin. This pressurisation allows the aircraft to operate in the flight levels without the occupants requiring oxygen masks.
Designed for partners or flying companions of pilots this course equips them with the basic knowledge and skills to be able to fly, navigate and land the aircraft in exceptional circumstances.
If you have questions or are looking for a course not listed do not hesitate to contact one of our helpful instructors.