Flying School

Do you want to be a pilot? Are you a pilot and want to add hours, experience and learn? Are you a pilot and want to obtain new licenses and ratings?

At Patagonia Bush Pilots we have everything you need for each stage of your career. The most complete fleet, experienced flight instructors, and a geographical location that will allow you to learn under varied weather conditions and fly in aerodromes with very diverse characteristics (controlled airports, uncontrolled aerodromes, dirt surfaces, asphalt surfaces, short runways, etc.).

Private Airplane Pilot
Commercial Airplane Pilot
Instrument Flight Rating

Mountain Flights

One of the greatest thrills of being a pilot is the opportunity to fly through the majestic mountains of the Cordillera de los Andes, with snow-capped peaks, high valleys and forests. This type of flight can be one of the highlights of a lifetime of flying.

We have scenic tourist flights, designed for all audiences.
If you are a pilot, you can take the mountain flight course, and if you are already experienced, you can also opt for our Bush Flying and Backcountry Flying training programs for pilots.
If you are not a pilot, you can start your course learning from scratch in our privileged geography.

Repair Station

Authorized by ANAC (National Civil Aviation Administration), to carry out maintenance and repairs on aircraft.
We are the only certified workshop in the Patagonian mountain range.

The PBP Maintenance Center is also the one that provides technical support and maintenance to our aircraft fleet.

Specialized Services

Airframes Patagonia

We build Super Cub airframes with the best upgrades that have been made since the early 1950's. The Super Cub is the iconic bush flying plane, and the soul of Patagonia Bush Pilots.

Our fuselages are the basic element to build the experimental aircraft of your dreams. We not only manufacture the planes, we also fly them in the best locations in South America, testing their performance to the maximum.

In our products, flight experience and technology come together for a common goal: to allow adventurers to push the limits of exploration.