- Hands on action flight
- First Solo: 10-20 hours of training
- Area Solo
- Minimum hours: 25
- Class 1, 2, Basic class 2, or a RAMP-C medical certificate
- Minimum age to hold licence: 16 years
Your First Solo flight is the culmination of the basic handling phase of your training. You will complete one take off and landing without your Flight Instructor on board and it is a milestone that most pilots remember forever. Pilots generally complete their First Solo within 10 to 20 hours of training; however, this is competency based and your Instructor will let you know when you are ready.
The next stage in your training is working towards your Area Solo. In this flight, you will embark on a solo flight to an area away from the airport to practice some of the intermediate manoeuvres you have learned so far without the aid of your Instructor.
After passing a theory examination, and learning some more advanced manoeuvres, you will undertake your RPL Flight Test with an Examiner on board. In this flight you will demonstrate everything you’ve learned so far and when you pass, you’ll have your first licence!
This price is an estimate, is inclusive of GST and dependant on actual hours flown.
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