FAQ

What to learn

Aerospace knowledge and management technique courses (aviation management, aviation operations, airport management and operations, airport planning, aviation consultants, aviation rules and safety, flight planning, load control, fixed base operations etc.) and wingmanship (Private Pilot License, instrument, multiple commercial license, Flight Instructor License).

Where to learn

Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland in Australia.

What to achieve

Recreational pilot licence, private pilot licence, commercial pilot licence, instrument rating (optional) and flight instructors license (optional).

Commencing date

Three intake dates every year, March, July and November.

Tuition fee

Commercial Pilot license: AUD $ 91,000; Instrument Rating: AUD $ 25,000; Flight Instructor: AUD $ 29,000.

Can I study on a work-study basis

Part time or casual working after school is almost impossible, since the intense schedule of flight training.

What are the requirements for non-Australian students to enroll in courses

1. 18 years of age and over; 2. High school graduation certificate with average score over 75(Hundred-mark system); 3. IELTS overall band 6.0 and over (Otherwise, an English course in advance will be required); 4. Class 1 Medical Certificate; 5. Conducts and passes FlyLink Aviation College’s Pre-enrolment interview and assessments.