Bunbury Flying School operates a fleet of dedicated training aircraft, equipped for basic training e.g. Private Pilot Licence, and through to advanced training e.g. Multi-engine IR. Maintenance is provided by an on-site facility, which assures a high level of serviceability.
This is a 6-seater aeroplane powered by 2 Lycoming IO360 engines, and is equipped with a ‘glass cockpit’ and 2-axis autopilot used for advanced training up to Multi-Engine IR level.
The Nanchang is a Chinese built fully aerobatic warbird plane. It has a 285 hp normally aspirated Housai HS-6A nine cylinder 10 litre radial engine. It has all the noise, character and agilility of an aircraft built to handle sudden changes and attitudes associated with combat flight. It has a tandem cockpit with an overhead canopy for excellent visibility.
Aero Subaru Fuji FA200-160
This versatile 4-seater aircraft is used primarily for aerobatic training (2-seater), as well as for intermediate including navigation training. It is powered by a Lycoming 0-320 D2A engine which develops 160bhp.
These 2-seater aircraft are ideal for ab-initio training up to PPL level, as their handling characteristics facilitate the development of a correct, smooth and well-coordinated flying technique.
These 2-seater aircraft are ideal for ab-initio training up to PPL level, as their handling characteristics facilitate the development of a correct, smooth and well-coordinated flying technique. They are powered by a reliable Lycoming 0-235 engine developing 110bhp, and are very economical to operate.
These 4-seater aircraft are ideal for intermediate to advanced training up to Single-engine CIR level, and are equipped with more advanced flight and navigation instrumentation, including one with ‘Glass Cockpit’. They are powered by a Lycoming IO-360 engine developing 180bhp.
This 4-seater aircraft are ideal for advanced training up to Single-engine CPL level including CSU and retractable undercarriage, It is powered by a Lycoming IO-540 engine developing 235bhp
This 4-seater aeroplane is powered by a 1 × Ivchenko AI-14 RA air-cooled 9-cylinder radial piston engine, 194 kW (260 hp), and is one of Blair’s toys! mainly used for pleasure flights.
Redbird MCX Flight Simulator
The Redbird MCX is used for basic instrument flying and advanced instrument procedures training. Its database includes the radio navigation aids for all of Australia, and the the full flight profile of each instrument procedures training exercise can first be practiced on the simulator before it is conducted in an aeroplane. The device trainer is approved by CASA for the full credit of hours allowed on a synthetic trainer for the Private and Commercial Pilot Licence, NVFR Rating and Instrument Rating