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Flight Training

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Pay’s Air Service was first established in 1959 and has since provided various aviation services ranging from agricultural procedures, fire fighting and charter operations.

With over 60 years of aviation experience we are now looking to pass this knowledge onto the future generation of aspiring pilots through the establishment of the Pay’s Flight Training.

What we offer

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  • 60 years of aviation experience
  • Flight training
  • Theory lessons
  • Bi annual flight reviews
  • Constant speed endorsements (CSU)
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Training

Trial Introductory Flight

  • A trial introductory is the best way to experience what learning to fly will be like. In this trial you will get hands on experience on how to fly a plane.
  • The duration of a trial flight will typically go for 20 minutes where your instructor will go over the basics, including the primary controls of the plane.

Recreational Pilot Licence

  • The RPL will be the first step in your flying career. An RPL licence allows you to fly within a certain distance of your chosen airport whilst also allowing you to take passenger.
  • The minimum hours required for this licence is 25 but may vary depending on certain flying standards.
    Dual – 20 hours
    Solo – 5 hours
  • The duration of training depends on the trainees’ pace and work schedule e.g. full-time work and flight training on weekends, or part-time work and flight training on weekdays.
  • The Delivery includes a pre-flight briefing, individual flight lessons, and a post-flight briefing.

Private Pilot Licence

  • The PPL licence allows a pilot the freedom to fly anywhere in Australia with passengers. The biggest restriction of this licence is that you are not allowed to earn money as a pilot.
  • The average hours for this licence is 30 but may vary depending on certain flying standards.
          Dual – 22-25 hours
          Solo – 5-6 hours
  • The duration of training depends on the trainees’ pace and work schedule e.g. full-time work and flight training on weekends, or part-time work and flight training on weekdays.
  • The Delivery includes a pre-flight briefing, individual flight lessons, and a post-flight briefing.

Commercial Pilot Licence

  • The CPL licence will allow you to take flying to the next step by turning your love for flying into a career.
  • The minimum hours required for this licence is 200 but may vary depending on certain flying standards.
  • The duration of training depends on the trainees’ pace and work schedule e.g. full-time work and flight training on weekends, or part-time work and flight training on weekdays.
  • The Delivery includes a pre-flight briefing, individual flight lessons, and a post-flight briefing.

Design Feature Endorsement

  • The available design features include manual pitch propeller control, retractable undercarriage and tail wheel under carriage.

NVFR

  • A Night VFR rating gives the pilot the ability to fly at night under the Visual Flight Rules

Multi-Engine Training

  • Multi-engine training is for someone looking to further there skills. Multi-engine aircrafts are generally larger and faster.

Trial Introductory Flight

  • A trial introductory is the best way to experience what learning to fly will be like. In this trial you will get hands on experience on how to fly a plane.
  • The duration of a trial flight will typically go for 20 minutes where your instructor will go over the basics, including the primary controls of the plane.

Recreational Pilot Licence

  • The RPL will be the first step in your flying career. An RPL licence allows you to fly within a certain distance of your chosen airport whilst also allowing you to take passenger.
  • The minimum hours required for this licence is 25 but may vary depending on certain flying standards. Dual – 20 hours Solo – 5 hours
  • The duration of training depends on the trainees’ pace and work schedule e.g. full-time work and flight training on weekends, or part-time work and flight training on weekdays.
  • The Delivery includes a pre-flight briefing, individual flight lessons, and a post-flight briefing.

Private Pilot Licence

  • The PPL licence allows a pilot the freedom to fly anywhere in Australia with passengers. The biggest restriction of this licence is that you are not allowed to earn money as a pilot.
  • The average hours for this licence is 30 but may vary depending on certain flying standards.
          Dual – 22-25 hours
          Solo – 5-6 hours
  • The duration of training depends on the trainees’ pace and work schedule e.g. full-time work and flight training on weekends, or part-time work and flight training on weekdays.
  • The Delivery includes a pre-flight briefing, individual flight lessons, and a post-flight briefing.

Commercial Pilot Licence

  • The CPL licence will allow you to take flying to the next step by turning your love for flying into a career.
  • The minimum hours required for this licence is 200 but may vary depending on certain flying standards.
  • The duration of training depends on the trainees’ pace and work schedule e.g. full-time work and flight training on weekends, or part-time work and flight training on weekdays.
  • The Delivery includes a pre-flight briefing, individual flight lessons, and a post-flight briefing.

Design Feature Endorsement

  • The available design features include manual pitch propeller control, retractable undercarriage and tail wheel under carriage.

NVFR

  • A Night VFR rating gives the pilot the ability to fly at night under the Visual Flight Rules

Multi-Engine Training

  • Multi-engine training is for someone looking to further there skills. Multi-engine aircrafts are generally larger and faster.
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Achieve your goals of becoming a pilot

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The Pay’s Flight Training offers quality education from highly skilled instructors whose aim is to help you achieve your goals of becoming a pilot, whether that is for personal or professional use.

Through our extensive knowledge and experiences from a variety of aviation sectors we can help tailor your training in order to meet your objectives in the industry.

  • Recreational Pilot Licence
  • Private Pilot Licence
  • Commercial Pilot Licence
  • Multi Engine Training

The Fleet

  • C172
  • C182
  • Piper Aztec is coming soon
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FAQS

A Recreational Pilots Licence lets you fly a light, single-engine aircraft as the pilot in command, without supervision. Unless you hold a navigation endorsement you are limited to flying within 25 NM your departure aerodrome

A Private Pilots Licence allows the pilot to command or co-pilot an aircraft in a private operation. This includes navigating freely with less restrictions

A Commercial Pilots Licence lets you fly for private and commercial operations. This is suited for someone that wishes to fly as a profession.

A student is legally required to be at least 16 years old before they can obtain an RPL. Although they can start their training before then

For an RPL you must do at least 25 hours flying time, including 20 hours dual and 5 hours as pilot-in-command (Solo)

For a PPL at least 40 hours aeronautical experience, including 10 hours as pilot-in-command (Solo)

For a CPL in our non-integrated course you require at least 200 hours aeronautical experience, including 100 as pilot-in-command

There is an exam for RPL and progress checks at points such as first solo.

There is a PPL exam before you are eligible for the flight test which covers 7 subjects. (Aerodynamics, Air Law, General Knowledge, Human Factors, Meteorology, Navigation & Performance

For a Commercial licence you are required to finish an exam for each of the 7 subjects previously stated.

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