The FlyOnE Skycademy flight training process is revolutionising flight training in Australia.
FlyOnE™ Skycademy™ price list
What license do I need to fly an electric aircraft?
The first step, the RA-AUS certificate, which gives you solo flight capabilities (or passenger endorsement if you have a Class 1 or 2 medical certificate) with a MTOW of 600kg and a range of 25NM from your point of departure, costs around AUD$10K, (20-25 hours training for most people) and can be completed between 2-50 weeks. The school operates 7 days a week so we can fit in lessons and flights for you anytime to suit your schedule (and sometimes the weather).This will suit most of the light sport electric aircraft we will have available for pay-per-use for our Alumni and Alumna on the Lilypad elevate network.. a network of pay-per-use aircraft and charge nodes at air fields and metro vertiports that are less than 25NM apart, including the currently 'Available-for-hire' Pipistrel Alpha Electro 2 seater light sport aircraft.
Recreational Pilot Licence (RPL) A Recreational Pilot Licence is issued by CASA and allows you to fly aircraft in daylight hours only up to Maximum Take Off Weight of 1500kg. An RPL is typically completed in a GA registered aircraft which can be $100-$150 per hour more to fly than our Alpha trainer. After completing an RPC, you can convert to an RPL with our certified training partner in Jandakot, Cloud Dancer Aviation, Allowing you to continue furthering your career qualifications to a PPL or CPL.
- Completing your RPC with the Skycademy 5, 10 or 20 blocks includes the following..
- FlyOnE Welcome pack including Aviation headset, hat, log book, text book and CASA complete VFR guide book.
- Approx. 5 hours aircraft fundamentals (briefing and in-flight training)
- Approx. 10 hours Circuit training and training area lessons and briefings
- Approx. 5 hours Solo flight under training conditions
- 6 x RA-AUS Exams
- Unlimited access to the Flight simulator for skills reinforcement We recommend purchasing a SKYCADEMY10 block to start, which will take you through the primary theory and skills development components to be able to start completing circuit training which hones your skills for landing and aircraft control, getting you to the point of being capable* of solo flight! To really take it to the next level, purchase a SKYCADEMY20 (or second SKYCADEMY10) to complete your remaining dual and solo hours required to reach your RA-Aus pilot certificate to be licensed for solo independent flight in uncontrolled air space. Each SKYCADEMY pack includes a FREE BONUS E-viation Pilots accessories package. The following endorsements can be added to an RA-AUS Certificate:
- Controlled aerodrome endorsement (RPCT)
- Controlled airspace endorsement (RPCA)
- Flight radio endorsement (RPFR - requires an aviation English language proficiency assessment)
- Recreational navigation endorsement (RPNA - requires an estimated time of 10 hours cross country training at an estimated cost of AUD$6000-8000 (depending on the amount of flight time required to achieve competency.
- Conversion to CASA certified Recreational pilots licence (RPL) - Estimated cost AUD$400
- ENROL NOW Step 1. Enrol with FlyOnE Skycademy™ and purchase a SKYCADEMY INITIAL 6 or SKYCADEMY 20 package ( SKYCADEMTY20 includes bonus E-viation accessories pack) Step 2. Register with the Civil Aviation Authority here To complete an RA-AUS certificate you will need to complete a relevant CLASS 2 medical examination. Step 3. Complete the online component of the examination here (Cost AUD$65) Step 4. Book your medical examination with our recommended DAME accredited physician (Cost approx. AUD$250) Dr C B Jander (Female)
- Travel Medicine Centre Perth & Mill Street Medical Practice
- Ground Floor 200 St George’s Tce
- PERTH Western Australia 6000
- Ph: 08 9322 4788
- Email: email@example.com 3. EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT Self-built experimental aircraft can be built from scratch, based on original or established designs, or from a kit. If a kit is used, the builder must have completed the majority of the build for it to be considered an amateur-built aircraft. Experimental and amateur-built aircraft include any aircraft that is fabricated and assembled by anyone for their own education and/or recreation. Our Macchina Volantis FC 4/5 model fits under this classification as it will be (51% or more) assembled by the owner/operator of the aircraft under supervision from the mV engineers in an Australian manufacturing facility. To gain the required level of competency to fly this aircraft safely, we recommend a minimum RPL level of experience before flying the Macchina Volantis FC 4/5.
- Self-built experimental aircraft can be registered with CASA as VH registered aircraft. If they meet certain performance, weight and design specifications such as with the mV FC4/5, they can be registered with a self-administering organisation. FlyOnE is developing a premium immersion experience to provide support for aircraft owner/builders through training, test flights and airworthiness administration and approval processes. By including the owner/operator in the production process, we can not only get you in the air safely and legally long before legislation catches up with our technology, but it will also give the owner/operator a better understanding of the fundamental systems and operating components of the aircraft For further information, please visit https://www.casa.gov.au/aircraft/sport-aviation/amateur-built-and-experimental-aircraft
- *Based on the minimum required hours of assisted instruction for RPL completion. Some students may require more time in the training aircraft with an instructor which will incur additional costs.