Come fly with us! Imagine flying high above the clouds as you pilot a plane from city to city or across country. Leonardo de Vinci dreamed about it. The Wright Brothers made it a reality. Now you can follow in their footsteps as you experience the fun of soaring through the sky, a master of the air.
We make recreational flying possible with a number of easy options to choose from. You’ll want to start with a trial introductory flight; from there you can opt for recreational pilots license training to qualify for a solo pilot certificate. Once you’re certified we provide on-going support and guidance to help you reach your goals.
Call us to discuss your options and we’ll soon have you in the air. It’s as exhilarating as it is amazing, and easy to get started!
|Restricted Pilot Certificate||20 hours minimum||$199 p/h*|
|Un-Restricted Pilot Certificate||10 Hours minimum||$199 p/h*|
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In many cases wearing glasses won’t prevent you from becoming a pilot. However, to be 100 per cent certain you will need to take a CASA Class 2 Medical. All students are required to conduct a CASA Class 1 Medical Examination performed by a medical practitioner known as a Designated Aviation Medical Examiner (DAME). More information is available on the CASA web site
Once you complete initial training and satisfy all the program requirements there are a variety of paths you can take. Employment can include work as a professional charter pilot, corporate pilot, purpose flying (e.g. aerial spraying), coast guard watch, flight operational officer, ground and flying instructor, fire spotting or air ambulance pilot. With further experience and qualifications graduates may seek employment with major airlines. Typically airlines require approximately 1500–2000 hours total time for direct entry First Officers. However, regional or charter airlines could require as little of 200–300 hours. Pilots may choose to conduct flight instructor training and work with a flight training organisation. This can be a very rewarding way to build your hours or you may choose this as a longterm career option.
So, you've just watched Top Gun and think you've e got what it takes to be a pilot? Great! It's actually easier to learn to fly than you think. Soar Aviation can help you take your first step, with a Trial Introductory Flight.
A Trial Introductory Flight (TIF) is a no-obligation first lesson, where you will receive a brief introduction on how an aircraft flies and is controlled, then step into the cockpit of a real plane and try your hand at flying. You'l feel like you've grown a pair of wings! Read more
Solo: $229 per hour*Dual: $299 per hour*
Fleet: 2Cessna is a name long associated with flying. Since the early 1900s, the company has built and sold more light aircraft than any other, making it a household name with aviation enthusiasts the world over. Detailed Rates and Charges
Solo: $149.00 per hour*
Dual: $199.00 per hour*
These great Aussie made planes are synonymous with RAAus flying, and have a fantastic proven track record. Our “jabs” are the latest D model, and have top of the line avionics, Terms and condition of hire
Solo: $235.00 per hour*Dual: N/A
Fleet: 1This aircraft has a long pedigree as part of Piper’s enduring “Cherokee” range of aircraft, but is the latest and greatest incarnation of these fabulous and well regarded planes. Detailed Rates and Charges