Airborne African Adventures Flight School 0220

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Airborne African Adventures Flight School 0220

Postby Bathawk-pilot » Thu Dec 05, 2013 5:55 pm

Airborne African Adventures Flight School is a Flight School with a difference! Based at the Hoedspruit Civil Airfield, we are situated in the heart of the Lowveld.
The school is within easy walking distance of guest-houses, hotels and shopping centres.
The Kruger National Park and a variety of game lodges are right on your very doorstep within easy travelling distance.
The Lowveld offers good flying weather for most of the year.
We offer WCM, CCM and LSA training. We are one of the few schools accredited by Micro Aviation to carry out flight training on the new LSA Bathawk aircraft.
Training is of a high standard with one on one tuition in a professional environment with modern training facilities provided.
We specialise in conservation and anti-poaching flying and students training with us are exposed to this type of flying on a regular basis. We offer advanced courses in bush flying and anti poaching by highly experienced bush-pilots and A grade instructors.
Full time and part time courses available.
Contact Bruce McDonald on 078 417 6518 or bathawk.training@gmail.com
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Re: Airborne African Adventures Flight School 0220

Postby nicow » Fri Dec 06, 2013 7:42 am

(!!) (!!) puff
You are also in a beautiful area...
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Re: Airborne African Adventures Flight School 0220

Postby SuperJohnie » Fri Dec 06, 2013 3:43 pm

Bruce
Can you give more info on the advance bush flying course

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Re: Airborne African Adventures Flight School 0220

Postby Dave3d » Mon Apr 21, 2014 2:38 pm

Could you please send info on training and prices for training for Bat hawk microlight.

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