Recreational pilots certificate
When you want to go further, faster in a wider range of conditions
Your Recreational Pilots certificate
Learning to fly is an exciting journey. From your trial introductory flight (TIF) to your first solo, passing your theory exams, learning to navigate, gaining your pilot certificate, and then taking a friend or loved one with you for the first time and sharing your passion with them.
Our Foxbat A22LS is the Paramotor of airplanes! The perfect plane for PPG pilots to play in.
Steps to achieve your Recreational Pilot Certificate
Contact us to book a Trial Introductory Flight (TIF)
Start flying lessons and work towards achieving your first solo flight
Complete the required Recreational Pilot Certificate exams
Continue flight training for the issue of a Recreational Pilot Certificate
Complete a flight test to achieve your Recreational Pilot Certificate
Achieve a passenger endorsement to take your friends and family flying!
You can fly solo from the age of 15 and start flight training even earlier.
You can achieve your Recreational Pilot Certificate in as little as 25 hours of flight time.
Flying may not be as expensive as you think – You could achieve your pilot certificate for less than $5000. The average cost is around $7000
Flying requires pilots to maintain a medical standard. Recreational Aviation Australia only requires a self-declared driver’s license medical saving you time and money – Some conditions apply but basically, if you can drive a car to the airport you can fly.
Competent pilots may own and maintain their own aircraft, significantly lowering costs.
Hours flown with Recreational Aviation Australia count towards achieving your recreational or professional goals, whether you want to fly for fun or as a career, the sky really is the limit.