Our fleet consists of a variety of single engine, multi engine piston and multi engine turbine aircraft.
For students looking at flying lessons to complete their Recreational Pilot Licence (RPL) or Private Pilot Licence (PPL) we utilise the C172. Our training aircraft have analogue and glass cockpit options fitted with Garmin 430 GPS’s.
Students completing flight training for the Commercial Pilot’s Licence fly in our Cessna 182.
For Multi-Engine flight training and IFR (instrument Flight Rules) training we utilise our Piper Seminole PA44.
For those interested in Aircraft Charter Melbourne and more advanced multi-engine aircraft to be rated on, we utilise our Piper Navajo and Beechcraft KingAir B200.
When learning to fly you can’t beat the Cessna 172.
The C-172 is a single engine aircraft with a fixed high wing and a seating configuration for 4.
There are a number of different models built over the years and the information for each model can be found in the pilot operating handbook.
The first model was produced in 1956 and is still being produced today. To date over 44,000 aircraft have been built by the cessna company making it the most successful aircraft in history.
All Interair students begin their initial flight training in a Cessna -172.
When completing your Commercial Pilot’s Licence at Interair you will be flying the C-182. The Cessna 182 is a single engine aircraft with a fixed high wing and a seating configuration for 4. Similar in appearance to the C-172 the C-182 flies at a greater speed and can carry a greater payload. There are a number of different models built over the years and the information for each model can be found in the pilot operating handbook. Students at Interair learn to operate the C-182 during their commercial flight training.
Piper Seminole (PA-44)
The Piper Seminole (PA-44) is a light twin engined (piston) aircraft which has a seating arrangement of 4, pilot plus 3 passengers.
Used for the initial multi engine endorsement the aircraft can also be utilised for charter services.
Piper Navajo PA-31
The piper navajo (PA-31) is a twin engined (piston) aircraft which has a seating arrangement of 8, pilot plus 7 passengers in the charter category. Our navajo fleet have been specially modified to accomodate lidar cameras used for mapping and topography. The aircraft is also used for endorsement training.
Beechcraft King Air (B200)
The King Air (B200) is a twin engined (turbine) aircraft which has a seating arrangement of 10, pilot plus 9 passengers in the charter category. This aircraft is capable of flying long distances and at flight levels in absolute comfort. The aircraft is also used for pilots wishing to be gas turbine endorsed.