An industry standard. The Piper Warrior is used for basic training, with the advantage of more room and performance than a smaller Cessna. They are also used for navigation training, night VFR training and most are suited to IFR training with Garmin 430 GPS.
- LoadUseful load full tanks 240kg
Another industry standard. The Piper Archer is used for basic training, with the advantage of more room and performance than a smaller Cessna and a higher TAS that the Piper Warrior. They are also used for navigation training, night VFR training and most are suited to IFR training with Garmin 430 GPS.
- LoadUseful load full tanks 229kg-312kg
Piper Cherokee Six 300
An tried and proven industry standard. The PA32 Piper Cherokee Six is the workhouse of the tourist industry. You and five passengers in comfort with a powerful 300hp Lycoming power plant will give you a range of 690 nautical miles and over five hours endurance.
- LoadUseful load full tanks 424kg
The Duchess is a cantilever low-wing monoplane with an all-metal structure, four seats, retractable tricycle undercarriage and a T-tail. It is powered by one 180 hp (134 kW) Lycoming O-360-A1G6D on the left wing and one LO-360-A1G6D on the right wing, which drive counter-rotating, constant-speed two-bladed propellers.
- LoadUseful load full tanks 227kg
The C206 is the backbone of aviation in outback Australia. It offers a great amount of useful load, passenger comfort and performance.
Many employers require you to have experience on type before job consideration, so stand out from your competition being job-ready in the C206.
- LoadUseful load full tanks 340kg
Redbird FMX FSTD
The Redbird FMX is the first flight simulator designed to meet the new challenges faced by modern flight training providers. With standard features that are anything but standard the FMX delivers unmatched training value and provides a range of advantages that are simply unavailable in other training devices.
The FMX’s electric motion platform and wrap-around visual offer multi-million dollar realism. With a training environment this realistic, it’s no surprise over 20 aviation authorities have approved the FMX, including the FAA and EASA.