Cessna 172

The Cessna 172 Skyhawk is a 4-seat piston single-engine basic trainer. The aircraft has a fixed landing gear, fixed pitch propeller and is ideally suited as an initial training aircraft. Par Avion Flight Training operates six of these aircraft, three of which are “S” model 172s. These are current-model aircraft with advanced King Avionics systems.

4 seat trainer

“S” and “P” models

Initial pilot training

Recreational Pilot Licence

Private Pilot Licence

Instructor Ratings

Cruising speed 115 kt

Global Positioning System (GPS) equipped, including Garmin 430 and 1000



Cessna 206

The Cessna 206 Stationair is a 6-seat piston single-engine aircraft. The aircraft has fixed landing gear, constant speed propeller and is used primarily for Commercial Pilot training and for flights into the remote South West of Tasmania. With the benefit of the large double opening rear doors passengers can be easily loaded or the aircraft can be converted to carry large items of freight that would not fit into other aircraft of a similar size. 200-series Cessna time can be very useful experience to have gained when applying for your first aviation position.

6 seat advanced trainer

Commercial Pilot Licence trainer

Cruising speed 130 kt

Low Level Endorsement Trainer

Constant Speed Unit (CSU) Endorsement Trainer

Beechcraft Duchess BE76 aircraft taxiing at Cambridge Aerodrome Par-Avion Flight Training

Beechcraft Duchess

The Beechcraft Duchess if a 4 seat, twin engine, “all weather” aircraft, specially designed for multi-engine training and instrument ratings.

Par Avion have three of these aircraft.

Passenger Seats up to 3

Twin Engine Trainer

Multi Engine Training (Night VFR and IFR)

Cruising speed 145 kt

Range 500 nm / 1100 km

GPS Equipped

Retractable Undercarriage

Cabin: Non-Pressurised

Baggage Capacity: Rear


Britten Norman Islander

The Britten Norman Islander aircraft is a 10 seat, twin engine, “all weather” aircraft, specially designed to operate to and from remote airfields such as Melaleuca in Tasmania’s remote southwest.

Par Avion have two of these aircraft, used for scenic flights, as well as charter throughout Tasmania. These aircraft are also available for type endorsements.

Passenger Seats up to 9

Short Take Off and Landing (STOL) Aircraft

Multi Engine Training (Night VFR and IFR)

Cruising speed 130 kt

Range 500 nm / 1100 km

GPS Equipped

Cabin: Non-Pressurised

Baggage Capacity: Rear


Piper Navajo

The PA31 Piper Navajo is an excellent charter aircraft that provides one of the most comfortable cabins in its class. A popular aircraft for up to 7 passengers that require charter flights within Tasmania and beyond. It can be utilised equally well for freight charter.

Multi-engine training

IFR training / Instrument Rating renewal

Commercial ICUS

Weather Radar equipped

Passenger Seats: Up to 7

Range: 615nm + / 1,110 Km +

Cruising Speed: 180 kt

Cabin: Non-Pressurised / Air-conditioned

Baggage Capacity: Forward / Rear / Wing Lockers

We also have Piper “Chieftains” available

Note: we do not use any types of ulralight or light-sport aircraft. These aircraft types do not meet our standards of safety, comfort or performance required for our flight training.