North Shore Aero Club

North Shore Aero Club Hangar, Postman Road, Dairy Flat, New Zealand

6 Aircraft Aero Club which has become one of the largest Aero Clubs in New Zealand

Courses

Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Flight Instructor course

International Students

Yes

Aircraft fleet number

6

Aircraft fleet

Piper PA28, Beechcraft BE76, Cessna 172, Tecnam P2008T, Alpha A120, Alpha A160

Simulators

Flight Simulator

Accreditations

Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand

Entry Requirements

High School Diploma

North Shore Aero Club was founded in 1963 although flying activity at the current site actually started a few years before that since then it has grown to one of the largest Aero Clubs in New Zealand. North Shore Aero Club has a fleet of training aircraft which include several Robin 2120 aircraft as their main training aircraft, as well as the aerobatic Robin 2160, Cessna 172’s, the multi-engine Duchess aircraft and the Tecnam P2008 Light Sport. This training fleet is used to offer Private Pilot’s Licence, Commercial Licence, Instrument Rating, Aerobatic Rating, or simply learning to fly a new aircraft. North Shore Aero Club has modern and well-equipped facilities for deducting pilot training: 2 lecture rooms, 4 pre-flight briefing rooms, pre-flight planning area, meeting room and reception room, and also a lounge area, kitchen, bar, and deck.

North Shore Aero Club own and operate North Shore Aerodrome on Auckland’s North Shore, approximately 20 minutes North of Auckland CBD. North Shore Aerodrome is one of the busiest in the country with a high volume of general aviation and commercial traffic providing students with a real commercial airport environment.

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