Aviation Australia

Aviation Australia is owned by the Queensland State Government, which is located in Brisbane. Aviation Australia holds Part-147 approvals to conduct aircraft maintenance engineering training under the following airworthiness authorities’ requirements for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), and General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA).

EASA sets the world standard for aircraft maintenance engineering, allowing Aviation Australia international student graduates to pursue careers in aircraft maintenance worldwide.

As a student, you will complete your practical training in Aviation Australia’s Technical Training Centre, featuring a world-class hangar and a comprehensive aircraft range. Their on-campus aircraft fleet includes Fokker 28 jet, a Boeing 727 jet, a Piper Navajo, and two Beechcraft King Air. Besides that, their helicopter fleet currently consists of a Bell Jet Ranger and a Robinson R44.

You will graduate apprenticeship-ready with no requirement to return to Aviation Australia for further theory during your On the Job Training.