Our next four day instructional techniques course commences on 06 October at Ardmore, followed by Christchurch commencing 02 November. To enroll Contact us.
I am pleased to announce that Flight Test NZ has been serving the aviation industry for 22 years. This is testament to the people who are the face of the company, our flight examiners, and course presenters along with our clients who have supported us over the years. 2020 has been a tough year and
Following requests we have added a new instructional techniques course for South Island pilots at Christchurch 02 -05 November. Contact us.
All visual navigation charts have been updated to a new format. These become effective in November. These smaller VNC's are sharper and clear to read, with 20 charts now available up from the 14 currently in use. We recommend that all pilots, both manned and unmanned, update their charts.
The next flight examiner theory course has been scheduled for Monday 28 September. This is a Tauranga based course. Contact us for details.
Through its partnership with Unmanned Aircraft Solutions NZ, Flight Test NZ and Drone Trust are now able to offer drone airworthiness inspections and approvals in accordance with CAA Rules Part 101.202. (4), (5) & (6). UAS NZs' Chief Engineer Bevan Lewell is one of just two individuals in New Zealand approved by the CAA to
Train and complete your ILS issue in our Ardmore based simulator. No requirement to use an aircraft therefore saving you time and money. Contact us for details
Need to keep IFR current or have an job interview. Flight Test NZ has a King Air simulator based at Ardmore for currency, ILS issue, and refresher training for job interviews. Contact us to arrange a slot.
Great news. You can still complete drone training on line from our Drone Trust e-learning courses. Now is the time to make use of the next few weeks while we are in lock down. Click on the Drone button from our home page to access more information on these 101 and 102 courses or contact
CAA have announced extensions to competency checks, medicals, SMS and certificates. From their press release dated 26 March the following relief applies: If you have upcoming currency requirements, flight reviews, proficiency checks, or training and checking requirements, an exemption will be issued extending the period within which these checks and reviews must be completed by