Fly above the weather rather than through it with a pressurisation endorsement!
To fly above 10,000' in Australia without the use of oxygen your aircraft must be pressurised.
When systems are working as expected operation of a pressurisation system is straight forward, however failures represent a serious threat to flight safety. This course explores aircraft systems, operations and human factors and limitations.
Typically most pilots will receive their pressurisation endorsement as part of a type endorsement, however there are some instances where you might require a separate pressurisation endorsement course:
- Received class endorsement on unpressurised aircraft, now looking to fly pressurised aircraft in the class.
- Flying an aircraft that does not require a specific type endorsement. (C210P)
- Have purchased or looking to purchase a pressurised aircraft that does not require a type endorsement.
We have a pressurised Beechcraft Duke (BE60) available for pressurisation training, your own aircraft also be utilised.
Pressuriation Course Estimate
Below is an estimate based on pricing current at 22nd December 2016 and includes all the training a typical trainee requires to meet the required standard.
The flying component of this course focuses on the practical operation of pressurisation systems. For a type endorsement or type check additional training requirements apply.
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.