Learn to fly Australia as the Australian CASA training system and schools provide a high standard of training that is well regarded throughout the world.
Australian skies provide a fantastic learning environment with wide open spaces, lots of clear skies and user friendly airspace that allows you to go to most places using an aeroplane with easy access and minimum fuss.
As a large country with long distances between places, aviation has become an important form of transport for many communities and people. In northern Australia during the wet season, many roads become impassable and many communities cut-off, leaving flying as their main form of transport and contact with the outside world. In other parts of the country people use small aircraft to transport themselves and/or just to enjoy some flying time as a recreational pursuit.
As soon as you have completed your Private Pilot license (the first step towards your Commercial Pilot License), you will be entitled to fly an aircraft with yourself and your friends anywhere in Australia. If doing your Commercial Pilot license you will need to build one hundred hours solo flight time before you sit the Commercial Pilot License flight test. This “solo hours building” time is a great opportunity for you to get out and explore Australia as part of your course. For many of us this is the best time of our flight training – getting the freedom to take off and go anywhere is a fantastic feeling and allows you to get to places you may not otherwise have gone.
So with a great environment to train in, a well regarded training system and well resourced flying schools, learn to fly Australia is a great option for new aspiring Airline Pilot throughout the world.
We welcome international students and look forward to having you come and visit us, train with us and enjoy a fantastic experience as you prepare for your new career.