GoFly Spring Special

Obtain your RAA Pilot Certificate in two weeks for just $5,440!

At GoFly Aviation, we do things differently. We use the latest technology and allow you to spend more time on the ground learning, and more time in our simulator, to make you a more competent pilot thereby helping you achieve your dream of flying in the most efficient time possible and with minimum cost. We are also the only flight school in the world to create online flight training lessons using 360 degree video, to help you become a better pilot.
Our special offer lasts for a limited time, and can be undertaken as Option 1: five days per week spread over two weeks, or  Option 2: two lessons (total 2 hrs) on a Saturday and two lessons on a Sunday (total 2 hrs) spread over 4-6 weekends. It includes free theory, exams and briefings as well as unlimited access to our innovative GoFly360 online lessons. Call our office on 0426 282 226 to enquire about our special offer.
Please note: Membership of Recreational Aviation Australia (RAA) is compulsory and costs $225. Your Pilots Log Book and theory BAK book is essential and will cost $98 in total. The RAA training syllabus is competency-based and while our course is designed to give you the best training in the minimum time, we cannot guarantee each student will reach flight test standard by 20 hours. GoFly is committed to achieving this aim and any flight time over the allocated 20 hours will only be charged at the incredibly generous rate of $220/hour (for up to a max of 10 hrs at this discounted rate). You can see our syllabus here.

20 hours in the sky

You can have up to 20 hours of flying tuition in our beautiful and well maintained glass-cockpit Sling planes

But wait there's more!

Your theory and pre-flight briefings are free

Technology on the ground

Unlimited use of our simulator and a subscription to our GoFly360 online lessons

And even more!

Your theory exams are also free!

STEPS to becoming a Pilot

1. Pre Solo Exam

After a number of hours of tuition, your instructor will get you to sit your first exam which is your pre-solo exam. Passing this exam will allow you to fly the plane by yourself for the first time, which is often one of the most memorable experiences in your life.

2. Radio Exam

The radio exam is done at the same time as your pre-solo. It is designed to prove that you have sufficient knowledge to fly the airplane in a 'pilot in command' situtation.

3. AIR Legislation

About half way through your training you will complete the air legislation exam which highlights the rules of the air and whom has right away as well as various other aspects pertaining to Air Legislation.

4. BAK

BAK stands for Basic Aeronautical Knowledge and covers a wide range of aspects of flying i.e. Engines, Aerodynamics, Weather and much more.

5. Human Factors

The last exam is Human Factors and is an exam about the human element. For example, are you allowed to fly after scuba diving?

You can see our full syllabus here.

Frequently asked questions

What is the age limit?

Currently anyone at any age can start learning to fly. However in order to pilot the aircraft on your own, you must be 15 years old.

Do I need a CASA Medical?


What do I need for learning?

We follow the RAA Pilot Certificate course and extend this with helpful videos & books. We recommend the Aviation Theory Centre BAK/Human Factors book for study material.

How long will it take?

Start Now by Calling us on 1800 707 433