Airline Preparation

Prepare for your Airline Simulator Assessment

Are you preparing for your airline simulator assessment and interview? Our Airline Simulator Assessment packages are designed to assist pilots in preparing for airline simulator assessments in our next-generation Flight Simulator.

Our experienced instructors have a wealth of knowledge with backgrounds ranging from Training and Checking Captains to conducting airline simulator assessments. The instructors will guide you through your specific simulator assessment profile, providing tips and techniques to best prepare you for your assessment day. Our instructors ensure that your session is tailored to meet your skills and requirements to ensure the highest results.

Speak to our friendly team today to discuss course suitability and to arrange a time to complete the assessment.

Open To:

Domestic & International Students

  • 1 hour AUD $425
  • 2 hours AUD $595

1 – 2 hours



  • Complete the enquiry form
  • Aviation Australia will contact you to discuss course suitability and to arrange a time to complete the assessment

Our simulator is currently used by some of Australia’s major airlines to conduct their actual pilot assessments. The device is based on the Boeing 737-800 jet transport aircraft, however, we are able to adapt it to closely replicate other aircraft performance types used within the industry for assessments.

The simulator also holds CASA approvals for Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) courses.

We have helped pilots prepare for Airline Simulator Assessments with many airlines, including:

  • Qantas
  • Jetstar
  • QantasLink
  • Virgin Australia
  • Airwork Group
  • Emirates
  • Cathay Pacific
  • Air New Zealand
  • Regional Express

Aviation Australia’s experienced instructors will assist you with the specific requirements for your airline simulator assessment. Our instructors are not just highly experienced pilots, but they are specifically trained in understanding how to get YOU to understand what is required to continually improve both for your assessment session and your ongoing career.

No two people are the same in the learning environment and this is where our instructors excel, as they understand this and adapt the techniques accordingly.

  1. The session begins with a briefing. This ensures both you and your instructor are on the same page. You will go over the expected profile, revise some aviation knowledge and then enter into the simulator for the practical learning component of your session.
  2. In the simulator, your instructor will attempt to replicate the anticipated profile, based on the feedback of other candidates. You will execute the various maneuvers and tasks under the watching eye of your instructor who will offer input throughout, while being mindful to not overwhelm you.
  3. Typically, after around 45 minutes to an hour, you have a short break to revitalise your brain, before going through the profile again to put into practice the information imparted to you by the instructor.

Aviation Australia – Simulator Centre

25 Boronia Rd,
Brisbane Airport,
QLD 4008

View Directions