Since acquiring the brand new, award winning Foxbat over three years ago it has quickly become the favoured two-seater aircraft among new student pilots, due to its popularity and we continue to invest in growing our fleet of Foxbats in Melbourne and Sydney.
The Foxbat has extremely short take-off and landing capacity and is a very easy aircraft to pilot and train on. It’s brand new avionics and spacious cabin are unmatched in it’s class. Visibility in this aircraft is superb, it’s floor to ceiling glass doors and generous windows allow for maximum visibility within the training circuits.
The Aquila A210 is rapidly becoming the aircraft of choice for use in advanced flight training. This is due to its low fuel consumption and high performance record, plus its high cruising speed complies with CPL and CSU trainer requirements.
It is equipped with two side-by-side seats, low wings and a cruciform tail. The spacious, enclosed cockpit provides sufficient room even for tall pilots. Complete glazing of the canopy allows an excellent all-round vision. The A210 is powered by a Rotax 912 flat four engine, similar to our Foxbat A22 aircraft.
We now have an Aquila A210 based at Moorabbin Airport, Melbourne and Bankstown Airport, Sydney. Pop in and start your flight training in it today!
The Beechcraft Model 76 Duchess is an American twin-engined, four seater monoplane. With an aerodynamically advantageous T-tail, the Duchess has outstanding design characteristics and is a popular twin-engined aircraft amongst student pilots.
The PA-44 Seminole is an American twin-engined light aircraft manufactured by Piper Aircraft and is one of the most popular twin-engine aircraft around the world. The Seminole has over twenty years of proven service and a great ability to perform advanced manoeuvres and procedures skillfully and safely.