Our Aircraft

All of our aircraft used for training are maintained to the highest level possible to ensure trouble free reliable flying.
Jabiru aircraft have proven to be one of the most reliable and easy to fly aircraft available; with very gentle stalls, good cruise speeds, and handling – with amazing stability and good looks to match.
Jabiru aircraft will continue to remain a favourite among pilots and students alike for a long time to come!

All of our aircraft used for training are maintained to the highest level possible to ensure trouble free reliable flying.

Jabiru aircraft have proven to be one of the most reliable and easy to fly aircraft available; with very gentle stalls, good cruise speeds, and handling – with amazing stability and good looks to match. Jabiru aircraft will continue to remain a favourite among pilots and students alike for a long time to come!

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