Turn your world upside down with an aerobatic rating!
The reasons why pilots might want to choose to learn aerobatics vary - some for the thrill and exhilaration, others to increase their fly skills. No matter your motivation, if will provide you the confidence to know they can deal promptly with any undesired aircraft state - if not avoid it.
Aerobatic flying training is tailored to your flying experience, learning speed and goals.
Initial training is typically conducted in our Citabria (spells 'airbatic' backwards!) .. however we have a number of aircraft options available for subsequent flight training:
- de Havilland Tiger Moth (1930's vintage)
- Cessna 152 'Aerobat' (Aerobatic version of the common C152)
The course is typically completed over 9 flights of approximately 40 minutes each. Theory components are covered along the way through classroom briefings.
Your initial rating can include the following authorisations:
- Barrel Roll
- Aileron Roll
- Stall Turn / Hammerhead
- Roll off the Top
- Cuban 8
Additional training can be undertaken to be authorised to fly aerobatics in additional aircraft types, as well as more advanced manoeuvres.
Aerobatic Rating Course Estimate
Below is an estimate based on list pricing current at 22nd December 2016 and includes all the training a typical trainee requires to meet the required standard.
Courses typically run on a one-to-one basis and are designed to fit in to both your schedule and budget constraints.
Why Airborne Aviation?
Selecting a flying training organisation is an important step when deciding to add to your existing qualifications.
Visit our Why Airborne page to see what differentiates us from the competition.
Most commonly asked questions can be found in our Frequently Asked Questions page.
If you have any questions or would like to get started please do not hesitate to contact us.