Recreational Pilot Licence

General Information

A Recreational Pilot license allows you to fly as pilot in command of an aircraft within 25NM radius of the departure aerodrome with a maximum of one (1) passenger. You will complete your first solo flight around 12-15 hours and have 5 hours solo prior to your flight test.

At the completion of this course you can move onto a Private Pilot License (PPL).

Course Requirements

  • Apply for an Aviation Reference Number (ARN) from CASA.
  • You must be 15 years old to fly solo.
  • Be at least 16 years of age to be issued a RPL.
  • Pass a Class 2 or recreational aviation medical examination.
  • Complete Fly Oz RPL Syllabus.

Our Syllabus

35 Hours Flying

25 hours with our experienced instructors and 5 hours hours solo!

1 Flight Test

RPL Flight Test with our in-house testing officers.

4 Weeks

Completed Monday to Friday, weekly. Course can be tailored to individual needs.


Package deal including all syllabus flying hours, ground theory, flight test and landing fees.

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Call us on 02 6342 1812 to organise your training!