Airborne Aviation is based at Brakpan Airfield, a municipal airfield located 7 nm (18km) south of Johannesburg International Airport in the Gauteng region of South Africa. Since 1957, the flight school has witnessed many a pilot taking to the blue skies of Southern Africa.
Airborne's chief flying instructor is Seymour "Sluggy" Lugg, an ex airline pilot with over
40 000 flying hours. Experienced with over 100 aircraft types ranging from the Tiger moth to some of the larger airliner planes, Sluggy is a grade II instructor, capable of instructing students for the Private Pilots, Commercial Pilots and Airline transport Pilots licenses. There are six full time instructors and all training meets the requirements of the Civil Aviation Authority, and is internationally recognized. Many overseas students have acquired licenses through Airborne Aviation. The school trains students on Piper 160 aircrafts, but also offers training on a variety of other aircraft.
Brakpan Airfield, cnr Van Dyk Road & Airport Drive
P.O. Box 9283
To view a full list of all courses presented by Airborne Aviation click below.