Beechcraft Pilot Proficiency Program

The key to safety is recurrent training:

Our next full immersion BPPP:

Narromine Thursday 30 March through Sunday 02 April 2017. 

WE REGRET THAT THE 2017 BPPP FLYING COURSE IS NOW SOLD OUT.

The Beechcraft Pilot Proficiency Program (BPPP) is the single most effective model-specific pilot training available. Our Type-Specific and Recurrent courses are designed especially for pilots of Debonair, Bonanza, Baron and Travel Air aircraft.

The primary objective of the BPPP is aviation safety. Flying is serious business. It demands skill levels that are learned with experience, over time. It requires a knowledge base that is ever-changing. You can never stop learning how to fly. And that is precisely why the BPPP was established by the American Bonanza Society in 1983.

At BPPP, your instructor is your personal coach. Our goal is to bring your skills up one level, from wherever they are now. Whether you're an experienced pilot with thousands of hours or just starting your Beechcraft adventure, we guarantee you will learn something new every time you spend a weekend with us.

We are pleased to announce our BPPP sponsors are QBE  Insurance and CASA.

 


The program is varied each year so that regular attendees learn something new as many pilots attend year after year.   

Attending a BPPP regularly will refund paid up ABS Members $300.00 from QBE Insurance to be offset against your QBE hull premium.   

A social program is organised for non flying partners on Saturday and Sunday.

*Click here for Free 1 Year Trial Membership:

* Please note your 1 Year Free Membership does not entitle you to attend the BPPP Ground School and fly the BPPP without joining the ABS as a fully paid member.

Please email your Expression of Interest in the next BPPP to info@abs.org.au

BPPP Ground School Training Manual: Click here to download the 3D Online version and save file on your PC, Mac, Laptop, Tablet or other portable device. 

Pictures from the Narromine BPPP+ Service Clinic March 2015

Pictures from the Cowra BPPP+Service Clinic March 2013

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