Diamond Aircraft is your sole-source supplier!
We build the aircraft, the engine and state-of-the-art simulators.
We are your trustful point of contact for all your needs.
We offer a complete, most modern fleet of jet fuel piston aircraft with the
best flight training performance characteristics and safety record in the industry.
Moreover, our engines are so quiet you can barely hear them.
Your neighborhood will thank you!
The planes, as well as the co-operation with Diamond Aircraft, are exceeding even our high expectations.Knut Einar Næss
Head of Training, Pilot Flight Academy (Norway)
The Flight School Perspective
Flying is a passion – Training is a business:
The Student Perspective
Your students appreciate the many benefits of flying a Diamond:
Diamond got you covered: From the right aircraft and flight simulators to match any of your missions to the proprietary jet fuel engine it is fitted with, the glass cockpit to pilot training and EASA Part-147 certified maintenance training in their own ATO (Approved Training Organisation).
Ask any successful commercial operator and they will tell you that fleet commonality simply makes business sense. Diamond offers you all the advantages of fleet commonality:
What is the right aircraft for your business?
That depends on the type of pilots being trained, what level they are being trained to and the utilization will be. Diamond’s dedication to flight training has shaped our product line of modern fuel efficient aircraft, each with a specific training application in mind. From ab-initio through IFR, commercial or multi-engine training, Diamond has the aircraft and simulator to match your mission: PPL, CPL, ATP, CFI, CFII, SEL, MEL.
Less fuel - more flight hours
Fuel costs have become the single largest hourly expense for many high utilization operators, exceeding even capital and insurance costs. That’s why Diamond is bullish on aerodynamic efficiency and even alternative fuel powerplants. Refuel only once a day and increase operation of every of your Diamond aircraft significantly. You can operate your aircraft worldwide and most often benefit from additional cost savings through lower fuel prices for jet-fuel.
We keep you flying
When it’s flying, your aircraft generates revenue, when it’s AOG, it costs money. Demonstrated reliability gives you confidence that unscheduled downtime is minimized, not only for the cost of repair, but for the lost opportunity costs. Diamond designs its aircraft with high utilization in mind. Our twins offer known ice certification, keeping your students safe and allowing you to take-off when others remain grounded.
Our rugged composite airframes have an unlimited lifetime, allowing you to fly as many flight hours as you want, and guarantee a high resale price.
Safety is critical to any business. When it comes to safety, positive results are what really matter most. Diamond has earned a safety record, backed by real world data, that is second to none. Our primary design goal is to build aircraft that are a pleasure to fly, yet forgiving and safe, while offering maximum protection in case of an accident.
Made out of robust and at the same time strong glass and carbon fiber composite material, our safety cell meets high standards that are unique in our industry. The structure offers a damage tolerance of 26 G in crash tests and 10 G in flight. Diamond aircraft offer you the ultimate in durability, aerodynamic and safety compared to traditional aluminum airplanes.
Unsurpassed flight characteristics
Flying Diamond Aircraft means:
Easy engine handling
Our proprietary jet fuel engines stand for less work and zero guesswork – more efficiency in every regard:
Most modern avionics
Back in 2001, Diamond Aircraft was the first to commit to GARMIN’s - then top secret - fully integrated G1000 glass cockpit. The today’s GARMIN G1000 NXi offers:
Where do you see your institution in 10 years from now? Let Diamond be your competitive advantage! With Diamond Aircraft you’ll be part of the future. Planes certified according to 21st century aviation standards and not according to the 'old days'.
Our aircraft, made out of ductile composite materials, allow superior aerodynamically surfaces and sturdy designs. Performance and efficiency can be stylish – our airplane’s ramp appeal prove it and you and your students will love it.
Diamond and Austro Engine invested a lot of time and money to bring new engines into aviation, which are environmentally acceptable. Compared to conventional piston aircraft engines running on AvGAS, AUSTRO jet-fuel engines:
Come aboard and be part of pilot student Micke's extraordinary training flight together with our Head of Flight Operations Martin in a DA40 NG from our headquarters in Wiener Neustadt, Austria to the Dubai Airshow 2019.
A big thank you to Aviation Academy Austria for your support!
The list (status 2019) has an extract character and does not show all operators of Diamond A/C flight training products. We as well honor the numerous smaller FTO’s operating Diamond Aircraft, and are proud of their success with our product.
|Algeria||Aviation Training School|
|Austria||Austrian Aviation Academy, Diamond Executive Club, JW Flighttraining Graz, Watschinger Flugbetrieb|
|Australia||Airways Aviation Academy, Australian International Aviation College, Australian Wings Academy, CAE Melbourne, Flight Training Adelaide, Learn to Fly Melbourne|
|Belgium||CAE Global Academy|
|China||Civil Aviation University of China, Shenzhen Airlines, Civil Aviation Flight University of China (CAFUC), Hainan Airlines|
|Ethiopia||Abyssinian Aviation Academy, Abyssinian Flights Services, Ethiopian Airlines|
|Finnland||Aeropole Flight Training, Finnish Aviation Academy, Patria Pilot Training|
|France||Airways Formation, Airways Aviation Academy, Cannes Aviation, École Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC), ESMA Aviation Academy|
|Germany||Air Alliance Flight Center, European Flight Academy by Lufthansa, Airbus Flight Academy (Europe), IKON Ausbildungszentrum für die Luftfahrt, We Fly|
|Iceland||Keilir Aviation Academy|
|India||CAE Global Academy – NFTI Gondia, Telengana State Aviation Academy, Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi (IGRUA)|
|Italy||Urbe Aero, Professione Volare|
|Lativa||Air Baltic Flight Academy|
|Malaysia||Asia Pacific Flight Training, HM Aerospace, International Aero Training Academy (IATAC), ATAS|
|Morocco||Morocco Aviation Private Academy, Royal Air Maroc Academy (RAMA)|
|New Zealand||L3Harris Airline Academy, Massey University School of Aviation|
|Nigeria||International Aviation College, National College of Aviation Technology (NCAT)|
|Norway||Pilot Flight Academy|
|Oman||Oman Aviation Academy|
|Portugal||L3 Airline Academy|
|Quatar||Qatar Aeronautical College|
|Russia||Higher Aviation School Ulyanovsk, St. Petersburg State University of Civil Aviation|
|Saudia Arabia||Saudi Aviation Club, Saudi National Company of Aviation (Oxford Saudia)|
|South Korea||Cheongju University, Chodang University, Korean Aviation Academy|
|Spain||Airways Aviation Academy, Centro de Estudios Superiores de la Aviación (CESDA), FTE Jerez|
|Sweden||Airways Flygutbildning, Diamond Flight Academy, Scandinavian Aviation Academy, Svensk Pilotutbildning|
|Switzerland||Avilu Flight Training, Flight School St. Gallen/Altenrhein, Lufthansa Aviation Training Switzerland|
|Taiwan||Apex Flight Academy, EVA Airways Flight Academy|
|Thailand||Bangkok Aviation Academy, Civil Aviation Training Centre (CATC), International Aviation College, Nakhon Phanom University (NPU)|
|The Netherlands||Martinair Flight Academy, KLM Flight Academy|
|Tunisia||Safe Flight Academy|
|Turkey||Atlasjet – Atlantic Flight Academy, Ayjet, Turkish Airlines|
|United Arab Emirates||Etihad Flying College, Fujairah Avation Academy|
|United Kingdom:||Airways Aviation Academy, Atlantic Flight Training|
|USA||Blue Line Aviation, CAE Global Academy, CTI Professional Flight Training, Doss Aviation, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, EVA Airways Flight Academy, L3 Harris Aviation Academy, LIFT Academy (Republic Airways), National Flyers Academy, Phoenix East Aviation, Stapleford Flight Training, Utah Valley State College|
Australian Air Force Cadets (AAFC), Austrian Air Force, Bolivian Air Force, Bolivarian National Air Force of Venezuela, Ecuadorian Air Force, French Air Force, Indian Air Force, Nigerian Air Force, Royal Thai Air Force, United States Air Force Academy Training