Aviation Australia

Aviation Australia is owned by the Queensland State Government is located in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Aviation Australia holds Part 147 approvals to conduct basic aircraft maintenance engineering training under the requirements of the following airworthiness authorities: European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).

We are also approved by EASA to conduct the theory exams for EASA modules, meaning that students who have passed these exams with Aviation Australia do not need to sit these exams again before applying for an EASA licence (Aircraft Maintenance Engineer).

Aviation Australia students learn real skills on real aircraft in our EASA approved part-147 training facility. Our on campus fleet of aircraft include Fokker 28 jet, a Boeing 727 jet, a Piper Navajo and two Beechcraft King Air. Our helicopter fleet currently includes a Bell Jetranger and a Robinson R44.

The following information on Aviation Australia Courses is available to download:


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