Microlight Adventures is a flight school at the Petit airfield which comprises of a few sections of expertise. These sections being training for your microlight pilots license, aircraft sales, annual 'Authority to fly', AP inspections and a wide product range relating to all aspects of aviation.The school was founded in 1987.

The Airpark has currently planes ranging from Cessna's to paper planes so why not join in on the best airfield on the East Rand and have your hangar booked and fly from Microlight Adventures.

The School is run by Andy Kaspersen who has been training on microlights for some 30 years. Andy is a qualified AP and a wide range of services and products are available through him, such as the Icom range of radio's, the Rotax range of engines and Intercom systems.

The Instructors

The instructors are all highly skilled personnel boasting a large number of hours in the air and have a spread of expertise on many different types of aircraft.Training at Microlight Adventures, you have a choice of 3-Axis aircraft or the usual Delta Wing trikes with a highly qualified instructor on board  with you, watching your every move. The instructors are Andy Kapersen and Steven Roe, who have both earned their Springbok and Protea Colors.
Then there is Jenya Zozulya who also owns AEROSSA probably one of the finest builders of microlight wings in SA. All Microlight Adventures CFI's have a very high safety standard which exceed the base specifications laid down.

You can be sure of getting the most personal attention during your training.

Conversions to many types of aircraft - too numerous to mention can also be carried out. 

From February 2009 there is a new license which will be called recreational pilot's license (RPL) and there will be type ratings for each type of aircraft in other words Weight shift microlight - 3-axis microlight and Light sport aircraft. The new license scheme will be administered by RAASA(recreation aviation administration of South Africa). Exams will be written on-line and we will also offer that.