Commercial pilot training is training that prepares you to act as pilot in command of an aircraft for which you are able to fly passengers and/or freight for hire and reward. Anyone who wishes to make an income as a Commercial Pilot must undertake a Commercial Pilot Training course with an approved college, holding an Air Operator Certificate issued by the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)
Australian National Airline College has all the facilities you need to learn how to fly and to reach a high professional standard so that you can more easily secure your Airline Job. We have been training pilots for over 20 years and many of our graduates now fly for major Airlines throughout the world.
The college is located at Moorabbin Airport in the south east suburbs of Melbourne. At Moorabbin Airport you wont find large airliners but you will find flight training operations, flying charter businesses and private aircraft.
We have a large and varied fleet from four seat single engine trainers like the Piper Warrior and Piper Arrow to larger twin engine aircraft (like the Piper Seminole) allowing you plenty of opportunity to experience different aircraft types.
At Australian National Airline College we are committed to providing the most personalised, flexible flight training available in Australia today. By using the most advanced training tools and techniques available we are able to offer industry leading, state of the art training courses designed to maximise the potential of every student. Our aviation college has well equipped air conditioned classrooms, a flight planning room with Aviation Meteorology accessed by our computers and several briefing rooms.
The College holds an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) issued by the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). Whilst we provide the practical and theoretical training, CASA undertakes the theory exams and flight tests and it is CASA that issues the license. So you are receiving an internationally recognised license issued by the Australian Government Authority and recognised by members of ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation)