New Zealand Aviation Academy (NZAvAcc) has applied for approval as a Flight Training Organisation (FTO) under the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority (CAANZ) and New Zealand Qualification Authority (NZQA) regulatory frameworks. These approvals will allow us to provide Diploma in Aviation (DipAv) qualifications and aviation licensing at all levels (up to frozen ATPL and Multi Crew Integration).
Our syllabus follows the standard format as mandated by the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority (CAANZ) (Part 141 approval pending), however programs are able to be modified to suit the specific requirements of customers. Each subject is delivered by an experienced instructor, this creates a supportive environment of mentoring and tuition, both in and out of class. Class sizes are controlled to ensure the best learning environment, so that you get the best personal attention during your training.
We believe that every aviation student deserves the best start to their careers. Therefore, we genuinely focus on the principle that students and their sponsors are valued and their training must be managed and delivered in a way that ensures an employment outcome.
New Zealand is renowned for its beauty and diversity. Within a very short distance, you can experience the beauty of the surrounding oceans, native forests, rolling hills, mountains and magnificent beaches. The range of climatic conditions also challenge your skills.
New Zealand is a country located in the South Pacific and is composed of North Island, South Island and a handful of smaller islands. According to the 2018 New Zealand Census, New Zealand population is 4.92 million, 71.8% as European, 16.5% as Maori, other major ethnic group include Asian 15.3% and Pacific peoples 9%. New Zealand ranks among the world’s safest countries , maintains a very low crime rate and is politically and economically stability.
According to the 2017 Global Quality of Living by Mercer, New Zealand ranks third in the world and number one in Asian-Pacific Region. It is a one of the most liveable countries in the world.
New Zealand is renowned for its beauty and diversity. The range of climatic conditions will also challenge your skills. Airlines now recognize the risks of employing ‘fair weather’ pilots, those graduates who are only used to flying over flat ground on a cloudless day. By training in NZ with NZAvAcc, you will become a more skilled and competent pilot better qualified to cope with all the meteorological and geographical challenges you will face in your aviation career.