Mission Aviation Fellowship’s (MAF) team of experienced instructors have extensive flying experience and aviation industry knowledge, to provide pilot training with a focus on remote area experience.
Mareeba’s ideal location offers proximity to controlled airspace, mountainous terrain and a true remote area experience, not to mention 300 sunny days per year.
MAF’s aircraft fleet and training equipment include:
Mission Aviation Fellowship is a Part 141 and Part 142 CASA approved flight training facility at Mareeba Airport. The standard course is aligned with the CASR Part 142 Integrated flight training requirements under MAF’s CASA Air Operators Certificate (AOC).
Domestic & International Students
11 – 12 months (150 hour program)
Mareeba (North Queensland)
*There may be additional fees not contained in your tuition fees.
VET Student Loan applicants must meet additional entry/eligibility requirements.
Self study for a minimum of 5 hours per week is required with access to a computer and reliable internet connection. Each study period needs to be completed before progressing to the next study period.
This is an intensive course; students are expected to complete additional revision on a regular (daily) basis. For minimal disruption, it is recommended that students do not undertake any employment whilst studying this program.
Face to face training is located at Mission Aviation Fellowship – Mareeba Airport. Flight lessons/briefings may be conducted at various aerodromes that may require travel. A minimum of 20 hours per week face to face training is required.
Training hours are between 7.50am – 4.30pm* Monday – Friday.
*Times may vary based on available flying and briefing hours.
If you hold a CASA Recreational Pilot Licence, CASA Private Pilot Licence and/or a foreign pilot licence you may be able to have your previous studies, qualifications and experience assessed for certification against this course.
There is limited parking available at the facility.
The facility has a range of student study areas with equipment to assist students with course study.
There are basic kitchen facilities for students to access.