The club does not have an Air Operators Certificate and can not provide formal flying training. However the organisations below may be able to assist:
Royal Aero Club of Western Australia
RACWA can provide all training from Ab-initio through to Commercial Pilots Licence and Instructor and Multi-engine Instrument Ratings.
The club has access to Cessna 152 Aerobats, a DHC-1 Chipmunk and a Tiger Moth for aerobatics and tailwheel training.
Contact on (08) 9417 0000 or visit their website
Air Australia offer training in all areas of General Aviation.
AA has 2 x Robin 2160 aerobatic training aircraft available for aerobatics-minded pilots.
Contact AA on (08) 9332 5011 or visit their website
Advanced Cockpit Flight Training
ACFT are a professional flight training organisation, with a fleet of new/near-new aircraft and a contract to supply Edith Cowan University aviation students with their practical training.
ACFT have a Super Decathlon available for tailwheel and aerobatics training.
All Axis Aviation
All Axis Aviation/Skythrills are based over in Lethbridge Airpark (Victoria) however theirs Director and Chief Flying Instructor frequently visits Western Australia for specialised aerobatic, tailwheel, formation and type training.