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National Airline College

Australian National Airline College (ANAC) gives you the education you need to prepare for a career in aviation and become an airline pilot

The course to obtain the commercial pilot license with multi-engine instrument rating gives you the basic skills and qualifications required by airlines. This training is spread over approximately 18 months.

Our university is located at Moorabbin Airport, the main airport in Melbourne, Australia.

We are certified by CASA (Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority). Our courses strictly follow the CASA training program and meet the international requirements defined by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO or in English: ICAO). In most cases, the Australian professional license issued by CASA will easily give you the equivalences for obtaining the license in your own country.

ANAC has also obtained approval from the Australian Department of Education, Science and Training to train overseas students.

We have more than 18 training aircraft and the teacher-student ratio is 1:5. This means that you benefit from the very special attention that will determine your success.

ANAC has been training pilots for over 22 years and many graduates have gone on to pursue careers with airlines around the world.

Our flight training courses are organized in the form of internships. Each course includes a theoretical part with a passing exam required at the end of the training and practical flight experience with a test flight at the end of the course.

 General flight progression test: general technical practice on board (e.g. climb and descent, turn, take-off and landing, flying in a straight line and at different flight levels).

 Navigation training for the private pilot license.

Training for the professional pilot license.

Note: All training up to the end of your pilot training is governed by visual flight rules (VFR). This means that you must navigate by visual reference to the ground and not in the clouds.

Multi-engine certificate (learn to fly a twin-engine aircraft).

Instrument flight rating. During this course, you learn to fly and navigate by referring to the instruments of your aircraft.

Boeing predicts that in the Asia-Pacific region alone, airlines are likely to spend up to $1.3 trillion on 9,000 new jets in the next 20 years. These additional aircraft alone (without taking into account the needs of the current fleet) will require a crew amounting to approximately 100,000 pilots.

With such prospects in sight, it is obvious that investing in a career in aviation makes sense. So what’s stopping you?

Let Australian National Airline College help you enter the exciting world of aviation. Contact us now for more details.

We invite you to visit our website for more information about Australian National Airline College. When you arrive on our site, expect to find its content written in English. If you contact us in French, we will use google translate to read your message and respond to you. And then we hope we can understand each other well!

so why not contact us now to learn how to become an airline pilot

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