Flying Training

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

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 onĀ (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.

For more information call (08) 6397 3315, visit their website or join their Facebook feed.

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.

Visit their website or follow their Facebook feed.

 

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