Aviation Australia has four campus locations across Australia including Brisbane, Cairns, Melbourne and Perth and also operates a college in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Aviation Australia’s main campus is situated near the Brisbane International Airport and offers training in aircraft maintenance engineering, cabin crew, pilot and remote pilot.
Our state-of-the-art Technical Training Centre and Flight Safety Training Centre features live aircraft and facilities used by industry.
The Brisbane campus is also home to a Boeing 737 Flight Simulator.
The Cairns Aviation Skills Centre opened in 2004 and caters for both domestic and international engineering students.
Aviation Australia’s Melbourne facilities are situated within the Essendon Fields precinct and are well-equipped to deliver in-class learning for our engineering courses as well as run Part 66 Examinations.
Aviation Australia’s Territory Aviation Skills Centre is a leader in aviation engineering training across Northern Australia. The campus hosts a wide range of students, spanning from school based programs to apprentices and experienced industry personnel. Offerings include CASR Part 66 examinations, various industry courses and Cabin Crew training.
Aviation Australia’s Perth facility is based near Jandakot Airport and offers both theoretical and practical aircraft maintenance engineering training with CASR Part 66 licence outcomes, to WA government-subsidised trainees, as well as providing training solutions for our aviation industry customers.
Aviation Australia Riyadh College (AARC) is a joint venture between Aviation Australia and Shamal Investments Saudi Arabia.
AARC takes pride in training excellence, offering education and training to young Saudi Arabians seeking a career in the aviation industry. AARC is the international operator of International Aviation Technical College at Riyadh (IATC) where we aim to provide the aviation market with skilled, motivated, and dependable technicians in line with KSA vision 2030.