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Hello Rosemarie, I would recommend a RAA pilot certificate as your cheapest entry into flying.

The cost of learning to fly - RAAus

 

Under the "fly with us" tab on the RAA website is a list of training facilities in your state.

Prices do differ so look around if you can. A bulk purchase of training hours may give you a discount.

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I think it's cheaper than getting a driver's licence. It takes a log book of 100hours for a driver's licence. Most of us get a recreational pilot's certificate in a lot less those hours.

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From where you are, Tyabb and Tooradin are pretty close and have good rates.

Minimum for RAA is 15hrs dual and 5hrs Solo, but budget for 20hrs dual and 10hrs solo

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