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Jabiru Engine Course


Member - £200, Non-Member - £220


Arrival 09:00. Finish 17:00.

About the Course

It is widely accepted that a good working knowledge of an engine will help a pilot to service and maintain it to a satisfactory standard. This course is designed to give pilots sufficient knowledge to be confident that their engines are both serviceable and airworthy and; if an issue is detected, to know whether they have the ability to resolve the issue or need to seek assistance. The course will also cover the common engine weaknesses and the important Jabiru modifications. The course primarily focuses on the 4 and 6 cylinder generation 1-3 engines. The course will also benefit owners of the latest generation 4 engine, but information will be limited due to the overall hours flown to date for this type of engine.


The Aim of the Course

The aim of the course is to give Jabiru engine operators sufficient knowledge to maintain and operate their engines.



A classroom slide presentation will be given, supported by a demonstration engine and parts, detailing the build of a Jabiru engine from the crankshaft up. The slide presentation will also use the knowledge gained from the virtual build and cover how to check for engine serviceability prior to flight.


Course Instructor:

Clive James. Clive has owned and operated a Jabiru for over 20 years and in that time has worked on many engines, including 4 and 6 cylinder engines. Clive also provides technical assistance to many Jabiru engine owners, helping them maintain their engines to an airworthy standard.

Your Instructor

Clive James


To be confirmed


Arrival 09:00. Finish 17:00.


One day course


LAA HQ, Turweston Aerodrome, NN13 5YD


Member - £200, Non-Member - £220


Telephone LAA on 01280 846 786 to check availability and/or book or e-mail.

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