PanAir offers flight training programs for the following licences:
Recreational Pilot Licence (RPL)
A Recreational Pilot license allows you to fly as pilot in command of an aircraft within 25NM radius of the departure aerodrome with passengers, during the day, and in fair weather. While there are some other limitations, the RPL is your first step in becoming a pilot.
At the completion of this course you can remove some limitations imposed on your license by undertaking further training, or advance your license to a Private Pilot License (PPL).
Be 15 years old to fly solo
Be 16 years old to be issued with a RPL
Class 2 Aviation Medical
Private Pilot Licence (PPL)
A Private Pilot Licence (PPL) allows your to fly friends and family anywhere around Australia in larger aircraft than what is usually permitted with an RPL
Learn accurate navigation skills by undertaking navigation exercises throughout various airports around NSW, and challenge yourself flying into busy international and domestic airports such as Canberra, Tamworth and Albury.
Be 17 years old to be issued with a PPL
Class 2 Aviation Medical
Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL)
A Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) is required for a pilot to receive reward for flying. At PanAir, we structure our Commercial course to the needs and goals of the student, while guiding them through all 7 theory subjects.
All our instructors come from a charter based background, thus allowing us to incorporate relevant and real world charter skills, into the training of each student. With this approach we set ourselves apart from other flying schools, allowing us to train not only commercial pilots, but industry ready charter pilots.
Be 18 years old to be issued with a CPL
Class 1 Aviation Medical
All of our course price estimates are based on the CASA minimum competency requirements per syllabus which is structured around a regular consistent training routine.
Every student will reach these competencies at various stages, dependent on the amount of time the individual can committee to regular training, whether full time, part time or casual.
Students may need additional training to reach the required CASA standard, so it would be advisable to allow for this in your training budget. A lot of pilots assume that they will make the grade based on the CASA minimum required, which is often not the case.
Our team are more than happy to discuss your options and work out a suitable training plan for your needs.