Australian National Airline College – Australia The Australian National Airline College has all the facilities you need to prepare for your airline career. We have a large and varied fleet from two seat single engine trainers to large twin engine aircraft. This allows us to provide the best flight lessons in Australia and our flight school students plenty of opportunity to experience different aircraft types and makes. 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. In addition, our aviation college has well equipped air conditioned classrooms and a flight planning room with Aviation Meteorology accessed by our computers. Flight School A Flight School is an organization holding an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the relevant local licensing authority to provide training in various flight sequences. Most flight schools specialize in either fixed wing flight training or rotary wing (helicopter) flight training. The flight school employs commercial pilot licence holders who have also undertaken Instructor Rating training so that they can teach others to learn to fly. Flight schools will generally teach both practical and theoretical lessons to prepare their students for their various flight tests. The Flight School will have a number of different aircraft types available so that�s students can gain experience and learn to fly in various aircraft with slightly different aircraft handling characteristics. Courses Australian National Airline College offers a number of pilot training courses. Click on a course on the table below for detailed course information. Commercial pilot training is that training which prepares an individual to act as pilot in command of an aircraft for which he/she is able to fly paying passengers and/or freight for hire and reward. Anyone who wishes to earn a living as a Commercial pilot must undertake a Commercial Pilot Training course with an approved college, holding an Air Operator Certificate to deliver Commercial Pilot Training. All course costs include GST and all service fees Other courses for experienced pilots. CRICOS Course Code Title Course Duration Cost 050124G Commercial Pilot Licence (including multi Engine Command Instrument Rating) This is our most popular course with overseas students wishing to prepare themselves for an airline career. 72 Weeks AUD$ 73,511 050123G Commercial Pilot Licence (including Theory and Private Pilot Licence) This course will provide you with a licence that allows you to work and fly under Visual Flight Rules. Suitable for some jobs but restricts your career options. Note: It is possible to start with this course and complete your Instrument Rating later however please contact us so we can explain the pro’s and con’s if you are planning this course of action. 52 Weeks AUD$ 54,974 050131G Private Pilot Licence (including Theory)This is a recreational licence only. You cannot secure a job and be paid to fly with this licence. 24 Weeks AUD$ 25,193 Other courses for experienced pilots. 050132G Single Engine Command Instrument Rating 16 Weeks AUD$15,967 050128C Multi Engine Command Instrument Rating 16 Weeks AUD$20,78 Aerobatics Endorsement An Aerobatics Endorsement will provide you with skills that enable you to control the aircraft in all situations from upside down to spining to vertical. You will learn how to roll, loop and spin the aircraft. The Endorsement will enhance your confidence and aircraft handling ability. Although it is not a formal requirement of your CPL training the Aerobatics Endorsement is certainly worth considering adding to your course of training.