LEARNING TO FLY
Private Pilot Licence
Commercial Pilot Licence
Self Fly Rental
Biennial Flight Review
FOR OVERSEAS PILOTS
Validation of overseas PILOT LICENCES for use in New Zealand.If you are an overseas pilot planning a flying holiday in my Tecnam P2008LSA I can organise the issuing of a suitable New Zealand Pilot Certificate in a quick cost effective way. You will need a valid and current pilot licence/certificate, with a minimum experience of 45 hours flight time including 10 hours cross country. If you wish to carry a passenger you need a minimum of 35 hours pilot in command. The certificate I authorise may be geographically or otherwise limited depending on your experience and perceived abilities.
You will take a radio and Law exam on line at the club. Study material and question bank is available free on line.
We will spend a day, perhaps 2, familiarising you with New Zealand conditions, undertaking a Biennial Flight Review (general handling test) and type rating.
Hopefully I can then complete the paper work and you will be able to go on your trip.
Assuming you hare reasonably experienced and in current flying practice allow one complete day of my time and 1.5 hours flying plus various charges - budget NZ$700. Extra time is charged at NZ$210/hobbs for the aircraft and NZ$30/contact hour for me.
The aircraft is available for your trip at NZ$210/ hobbs hour wet plus away landing fees and navigation charges. The aircraft is insured with an excess of NZ$ 1,650 which I would expect you to pay in the event of a mishap. I hold up to date charts and aerodrome data for your use at no charge. The Dynon PocketFMS data base is kept up to date. Headsets, lifejackets and a basic survival kit are provided at no extra cost. The scope of your trip must be approved by me prior to departure and any subsequent variations must be agreed in advance.
Issuing a New Zealand PPL to the holder of an ICAO PPL.
do this the licence must be
current in every respect. i.e license itself; Radio rating;
medical, biennial review or equivalent, English Language
endorsement. Your overseas medical can be used for the initial
issue but a New Zealand medical must be obtained subsequently.