Professionally designed online Private Pilot Licence theory courses

Welcome to the International Aviation Academy

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Located at Christchurch International Airport in a stand-out, modern complex is the International Aviation Academy of New Zealand (IAANZ), the home to around 140 commercial pilot and flight instructor trainees per year. Being an Air New Zealand Preferred Flight Training Organisation, the IAANZ’s training programs have been designed to provide our stakeholders ‘The Best Path to the Aviation Industry.

To keep our commitment to students, IAANZ created the eAviator program, which allows students across the globe to access professionally designed private pilot theory courses. The course-by-course theory options provide you with an economical and convenient way to start your pilot training even with COVID19 restrictions. 

The following 6 Private Pilot Licence theory subjects are available now.

  • Aircraft Technology
  • Flight Radio
  • Human Factors
  • Flight Navigation
  • Air Law
  • Meteorology

These theory courses are perfect for people interested in aviation – whether you are a school student, Aeroclub member, plane spotter, or just considering an aviation career. In addition to all the online study material and interactive activities, You do have the facility to chat with an instructor via a chat room or email. 


IAANZ holds New Zealand Qualification Association (NZQA) and New Zealand Civil Aviation (NZCAA) accreditation. This reassures you that the product’s quality and delivery are to the highest standard and is moderated regularly. Experienced, qualified educators and pilots have designed our courses.

Upon completing your course, the industry will fully recognize your results, and your results can be recorded on the New Zealand qualification framework. It takes 3-5 years to complete your pilot training successfully. The best time to start was yesterday! Enroll for a free trial with IAANZ and take the first step towards the rest of your life. 

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