Airborne Aviation

Airborne Aviation, Camden, New South Wales, Australia

12 Aircraft Flight School that is Australia's only Cessna Pilot Center


Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Flight Instructor course

International Students


Aircraft fleet number


Aircraft fleet

DH-82A, Beechcraft Debonair, Bellanca Citabria, Piper Seneca II, Piper Tomahawk, Cessna 310 R, Cessna 182 T, Cessna 172


Basic Trainer


Civil Aviation Safety Authority

Entry Requirements

18 years of age and hold an appropriate immigration visa, Class 1/2 medical, willing to undergo an Aviation Security Identity Card (ASIC) check, English Language 5.5 IELTS or TOEFL 530 (paper based)

Airborne Aviation (AA), located at Camden Airport New South Wales, is a registered training organization approved by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). AA offers pilot training, aircraft hire, joy flights and charter flights. For flight training you can start by going for the Trial Instructional Flight (TIF) before starting a Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License and Instrument Rating Course.

In 2001 AA became Australia's first Cessna Pilot Centre (CPC), a relaunch of the CPC program in Australia that existed in the 70's and 80's. As a Cessna Pilot Centre, the school is specially selected flight school that represents top-quality and professional flight training utilizing multimedia training and current generation Cessna Aircraft. Airborne Aviation is currently the only authorized CPC in Australia.

Training at Airborne Aviation will typically be 1-on-1 with your instructor, not in a crowded classroom. This personalisation attention allows the school to deliver the training as effectively as possible at a pace determined by you.

Airborne Aviation offers full-time courses as well:

  • Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence Aeroplane)
  • Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Flight Operations)
  • Diploma of Aviation (Flight Instructor)

Airborne Aviation's training is conducted using its fleet of aircraft which all feature modern avionics, many include leather seats, and the latest acquisitions include glass cockpits and airbags for added safety.

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