Welcome to Jabiru Aircraft & Engines Australia

Jabiru Aircraft Pty Ltd is a fully Australian owned family business located in Bundaberg Queensland. It was co-founded in 1988 by Rodney Stiff and Phil Ainsworth. Rodney Stiff purchased Phil’s share in the business in 2005. Rodney Stiff designed both the Jabiru airframe and Jabiru engine. Exported worldwide, Jabiru Aircraft is one of the leading manufacturers of recreational aircraft in Australia, with over 2000 aircraft and 7000 engines produced to date. At Jabiru we believe that passion and innovation moves the aviation world forward.

The Jabiru range of aircraft is popular with the recreational flyer, flight training and cross country flying. With features such as dual controls, in-flight adjustable trim, electric flaps, cabin heat and full featured GPS and EFIS/EMS systems, this aircraft will take you anywhere with ease and comfort.

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Latest News & Events

Generation 4 Engine Update:-

Production of the Generation 4 engines is ramping up and over 333 Generation 4 engines have now rolled off the production line here at Jabiru. 
Please contact sonyah@jabiru.net.au

Technical assistance and Spare Parts phone between 8am – 10am Monday to Friday. Outside these hours, please send an email with your questions and details. Please note that Spare Parts personnel and Technical Support personnel are working on aircraft and engines and are not available after 10.00 am.

 Do you have a technical question or need some information?  Search or post in our Support Forum

Please note that office hours on Fridays close at 1.30 pm EST.

Check the latest issues of our Product Manuals

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Many proud owners enthusiastically bought their aircraft to form a static display for a photo shoot opportunity at Wings Park in South Africa.

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An amazing little plane!

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