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Pilot Training in Bundaberg

Established in 2010, formerly as Air Queensland, Aircraft Australia is an approved Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Part 141 Flight training provider based in Bundaberg.

We value quality training, transparency, and a bespoke customer service for an experience like no other. Honesty, integrity, and safety are the pillars of all the training provided in Aircraft Australia courses, with lifetime access to our comprehensive Learning Management System which guides you through the courses.

With the goal of delivering knowledge, skills, values, and experience, all Aircraft Australia courses offer the best flight training experience that is tailored to each individual’s needs. This ensures that all students enter the aviation industry highly skilled and with comprehensive knowledge while adopting a practical and industry-focused approach to learning the science and theory of flight.

Aircraft Australia Bundaberg offers courses for RPL Licence, PPL Licence, CPL Licence, Instructor Rating, Bachelor of Aviation, IFR Training, and MEA.

RPL Licence – Recreational Pilot License

For a basic licence that allows you to fly single-engine aircraft up to 1,500 kg as the pilot-in-command with passengers and unattended within a 25 NM radius of your departure airport, you can complete a 25-hour course structure followed by a theory study exam.

PPL Licence – Private Pilot License

A PPL (A) permits the holder to operate an aircraft as a co-pilot or pilot-in-command. You will obtain your Private Pilot Licence once you have successfully completed the CASA written test and demonstrated your flying proficiency.

CPL Licence – Commercial Pilot License

The 200-hour CPL (A) Training Course, certified by CASA, is a combined theoretical and practical aviation training program. You must pass each of the seven CASA written theory tests, as well as the Commercial Pilot Licence flight test, and have your application approved by the HOO (Head of Operations).

Instructor Rating – Commercial Instructor Rating

Pilots must complete training that is offered by competent and authorized instructors in order to receive a Part 61 flight crew Licence, rating, or endorsement.

Bachelor of Aviation (Flight Operations)

The Bachelor of Aviation (Flight Operations) gives you the academic and aeronautical expertise necessary to become a professional airline pilot to pursue a career managing a multi-crew environment.

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Address: Hangar 161, Squadron Dr, Kensington QLD 4670

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