Tail Wheel Endorsement

…upgrade and improve your landing skills with a tail wheel endorsement

Tail wheel undercarriage or conventional undercarriage is a design feature which allows pilots to fly more advanced and manoeuvrable aircraft such as the Super Decathlon and the Extra’s. This design feature requires pilots to be more attentive to handling the aircraft during take off and landing as well as taxiing.

There are many considerations that need to be mindful of when flying aircraft with a tail wheel and these skills and knowledge will be of significant benefit to your everyday flying.

Our tail wheel training is conducted in a Super Decathlon and successful completion of this endorsement as well as completion of the Aerobatics course will allow pilots the opportunity to fly advanced aerobatic aeroplanes.

Costs: As standards of flying vary between pilots some will achieve the required standard before others so the amount you pay will vary depending upon your competency. The Tail Wheel Course is based on a minimum of 6 hours and 6 long briefings charged at our standard rates.

Start off in the Super D or Maul and Level Up to the Extra's

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Here at “The Aerobatic School” you can rest assured that all of our pilots and aircraft are of the absolute highest standard. In fact, we believe that we set the standard in aerobatic training in Australia.

If you have any questions at all please reach out to us with the form on this webpage or if you prefer to speak with a real person then give us a call on 02 9791 0643. Let’s make a plan together to work out exactly what it is that you are seeking to do and get you started. We look forward to flying with you…

From Beginner to Advanced & Everything In-between

Already have a Recreational Pilots Licence or other Pilots Licence? Do you want to improve your skill and confidence and have lots of fun whilst doing so? Or perhaps you would like to take up competition aerobatic flying? Then come and see the aerobatic experts at The Aerobatic School about achieving your aerobatics rating.No previous aerobatic experience is required.

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Tailwheel undercarriage or conventional undercarriage is a design feature which allows pilots to fly more advanced and manoeuvrable aircraft such as the Super Decathlon, Pitts Special and the Extra. This design feature requires pilots to be more attentive to handling the aircraft during take off and landing as well as taxiing. It is an excellent way to further increase your skills and confidence.

Tail Wheel Endorsement

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