Becoming a Pilot!
The RA-Aus Recreational Pilots Certificate is an awesome way to gain the privilege to pilot a light aircraft. Todays recreational aircraft are fast, well equipped and inexpensive to fly. At Inspire Aviation, our goal is to provide you with the highest quality of training and the best value for money training. Your ab-initio training is the most important phase of your training, as this will form the basis of skills and ability hence providing you with a sound knowledge should you wish to continue down the road towards an Aviation Career.
While you will find your flight training both exciting and exhilarating, you will be trained to the highest standards by professionally qualified CASA accredited / RA-Aus Flying Instructors. We aim to ensure that your investment spent on flight training provides you with the necessary level of skills to safely and proficiently pilot an aircraft within Australia.
The Stages Required!
There are several stages along the way. These are explained below. Click below to find out more.
|1) Pilot Certificate||2) Passenger Carrying||3) Cross Country||4) Advanced Endorsements|
The staff at Inspire Aviation have realized that most students who are learning to fly need between 20 and 25 hours of training to reach the standard requirements in the syllabus, although this does depend on each individual it is advisable to make sure that you can afford a minimum of 30 hours before starting on your journey to becoming a pilot.
Inspire Aviation frequently holds optional in house theory courses which last approximately 1 week for BAK, and longer for anything else. The in-house course will count as your training for the theory examinations.
Any student who is under 18 years of age will have to produce written permission from their parent or guardian that they are allowed to undertake the flying lessons to obtain the pilot certificate.