Airborne Aviation

Posted by kedai service 14.9.09

Airborne Aviation

There are many reasons for choosing Airborne Aviation.
The most important quality of Airborne Aviation is its people and their reputation for treating every customer like a special guest. Customer service is not an added value here, it is paramount.
Peter Forbes is the Chief Flying Instructor and owner.
Peter Forbes - Owner and CFIAirborne Aviation is licensed to teach:

- Private Pilots Licence (PPL)
- Commercial Pilots Licence (CPL)
- Instructor Rating (FIR)
- Command Instrument Rating, Single & Multi (CIR)
- Private Instrument Rating (PIFR)
- Night Visual Flight Rating (NVFR)
- Tail Wheel Endorsement
- Aerobatic Rating
- Formation Rating

While our main focus is teaching people to fly, we also offer a number of other services including scenic and aerobatic flights, vintage flights, charter flights, aircraft ferrying, avgas sales and hangarage.
If you are looking for something not listed why not contact us? If we are unable to help you we should be able to point you in the right direction.

Airborne Aviation is a Registered Training Organisation
Nationally Recognised Training OrganisationAs a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), Airborne
Aviation is accredited by the New South Wales Vocational
Education and Training Board (VETAB) and the Australian
National Training Authority (ANTA).

As an RTO, we are required to comply with the standards
of the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF). The
AQTF is a comprehensive policy that defines the standards
for vocational training organisations in Australia.

Cessna Pilot Centre
In 2001 Airborne Aviation became Australia's first Cessna
Pilot Centre (CPC), a re-launch of the CPC program in
Australia that existed in the 70's and 80's.
As a Cessna Pilot Centre we are a specially selected flight
school that represents top-quality and professional flight
training utilising multimedia training and current
generation Cessna Aircraft.

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