Flying lessons in Tasmania: A guide to where, when and great deals.

Everything you need to know about taking your first flying lesson over Tasmania.

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With its unspoilt landscapes and national parks, Tasmania is a scenic place to fly.

But why settle for a scenic flight when you can pilot a plane yourself?

A couple of companies in Tasmania give you the opportunity to take a trial flying lesson over the island. Here are a few of the leading options.

Flying lessons in Tasmania deals


Up to 50% off flying experiences

Available on select dates in 2021 on experiences like hot air balloon flights, scenic helicopter flights, skydives, flying lessons and more. Destinations include Sydney, Melbourne, Hunter Valley, Great Ocean Road, Perth and more.

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Where can I get flying lessons in Tasmania?

  • ParAvion – From Cambridge Aerodrome
  • Skyflite – From Devonport and Wynyard

Our top pick:

Hands-on Trial Instructional Flight over Hobart – 30 Minutes

Hands-on Trial Instructional Flight over Hobart – 30 Minutes from RedBalloon


  • Spend 30 minutes in the air for just $249
  • Take over the plane’s helm after takeoff
  • Fly over Seven Mile Beach, South Arm, Hobart and Tasman Bridge
  • Enjoy the landing after your instructor resumes control
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Flying lessons in Tasmania companies compared

CompanyBook withPrice (from)LocationDuration (from)Extras/inclusions
ParAvionRedBalloon$249Cambridge Aerodrome30 minutesN/A
SkyfliteDirect$95Davenport and Wynyard30 minutesHD video of your flight included.

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