Newcastle Flight Training-Hunter Valley Flight Training School

 

Join the fastest growing aviation phenomenon since the beginning of flight, Recreation Aviation. Newcastle Flight Training operate from Cessnock airport in the Hunter Valley providing pilot training for the purpose of fun !! We are here to help you achieve your flying goals. Our professional RAAus flying school consists of both flight and ground theory schooling catering for all student needs.

Our aircraft consist of the very latest Jabiru designs – The J160C with  glass cockpit – available at affordable flying rates @ $175 Dual and $120 solo.

Many people put on hold the flying bug because of family commitments and also fear of exams. At Newcastle Flight Training we can assist in getting you in the air and flying . Our experienced Flight Instructors and theory coaches can assist in your dreams coming true. Come and join the fun and give Michael a call , Newcastle Flight Training policy is “for fun only”.
 
Our training facility has the backing of  Australia’s  best adventure flight company www.jetride.com.au .
  
The sky is the limit as you achieve your pilot certificate having the boundary of the entire coast line of Australia and it’s interier.
We can also assist in a private purchase of any aircraft you desire.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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