Find out about recreational aviation and general aviation regulations, where to buy aviation supplies, which books to use for studying, and how to access weather cams and weather websites. This resources page provides the aviation community and students with quick shortcuts to the most common resources for becoming a pilot.
1. Effects of Controls
2. Straight and Level
3. Climbing & Descending
7. Engine Failure in circuit
8. Practiced Forced Landings
9. Precautionary Search and Landing
10. Principals and Methods of Instruction
Recreational Aviation Australia (RAA) governs Recreational Aviation in Australia. A Recreational Pilot Certificate is the first step on the path to your dream of flying.
CASA governs General Aviation in Australia. CASA provides the majority of information for your aviation requirements.
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Prior to any flight being conducted it is a requirement to review the local weather and the destination weather.
Visit AirServices and join up to obtain your latest NAIPS report as well as much more.
View the latest forecast from your local area.
Aviation Weather Camera Network
Find our what the weather is like at the airport you wish to fly into or at, by checking the onsite weather cam
- Interpreting weather charts
Check out our Interview with Channel Nine weatherman, Garry Youngberry.