Recreational Pilot Certification

A Recreational Pilots Certificate is your introduction to the world of Aviation!

A RPC will allow you to pilot  an approved single-engine light sport aircraft, with a maximum take off weight of 600kg, within 25 miles of your home aerodrome. Once you have obtained your pilot certificate and have completed 10 hours of solo flying post training, you will be able to sit a Passenger Endorsement Flight test and take you friends and family for an exhilarating flight.

The Recreational Pilots Certificate is a great start to your aviation career. Once you have this under your belt, you are able to complete a Navigation or Controlled Airspace endorsement.

Not satisfied and want to level up? All training hours completed contribute towards your Private Pilots Licence

More information can be found at the Recreational Aviation Australia website.

Pre-Requisites

  • Be eligible to or hold an Australian Drivers Licence

  • Be a minimum of 15 years old. Training can begin under the age of 15 years but solo flights and certification can only be completed and obtained once the student is 15 years.

Benefits

  • Authorised to fly a light single engine aircraft

  • Fly within a 25nm radius of the departure aerodrome

  • Fly in daylight hours in Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC)

  • Carry a passenger

Course Structure and Time Allocation

Delivery Minimum With Navigation Endorsemet
Dual 20 Hours 37 Hours
Solo 5 Hours 5 Hours
Totals: 25 Hours 32 Hours

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