Low level endorsement

Obtaining a low level endorsement is a regulatory requirement before a pilot can operate below 500 feet above ground level. This endorsement will be necessary for many types of flying, including agricultural flying, aerial survey and mustering.

 

A low level endorsement can be completed in six and a half hours of flight training. This training includes visual judgement skills, flying in mountainous terrain, general handling and terrain-following.

 

Contact us to enquire further about the training and costs.