Australian National Airline College

Australian National Airline College, Second Avenue, Moorabbin Airport, Victoria, Australia

35 Aircraft Flight School with 3 locations in Australia offering Diploma courses for Australian Students and teaching a large number of International Students including students for China Southern Airlines


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

International Students


Aircraft fleet number


Aircraft fleet

Cessna 150, Piper Warrior PA28, Piper Seminole PA44, Piper Arrow, PA28R, Piper Aztec PA23, Piper Seneca

Airline Partnership

China Southern


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)

Australian National Airline College (ANAC) is one of the largest flight schools in Australia with 35+ Aircraft spread over 3 locations. The school was established in 1990 and since then has a 100% safety record. Australian National Airline College's main campus is located at Moorabbin Airport in Melbourne Australia where most of the International Students train. The School has a second location at Bendigo Airport 150 Km NW of Melbourne. The two locations, Moorabbin and Bendigo Airport, feature little commercial airline traffic but you will find flight training operations, flying charter businesses and private aircraft making it the perfect environment for flight training. The third location is Mangalore Airport (1.5 hours north of Melbourne) where the cadets for China Southern Airlines train.

Australian National Airline College has a large and varied fleet from four seat single engine trainers like the Piper Warrior and Piper Arrow to larger twin engine aircraft (like the Piper Seminole) allowing students plenty of opportunity to experience different aircraft types. Australian National Airline College is committed to providing the most personalised, flexible flight training available in Australia today. The ratio Australian National Airline College uses is 1 Aircraft per 6 students. By using the most advanced training tools and techniques available they are able to offer industry leading, state of the art training courses designed to maximise the potential of every student. This aviation college has well equipped airconditioned classrooms, a flight planning room with Aviation Meteorology accessed by computers and several briefing rooms.

Australian National Airline College holds an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) issued by the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). CASA undertakes the theory exams and flight tests and it is CASA that issues the license. The College is also approved by Civil Aviation Authority China (CAAC) and trains cadets for China Southern Airlines.

Currently Australian National Airline College offers the following courses:

  • Private Pilot Licence
  • Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence)
  • Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating)
  • Diploma of Aviation (Instructor Rating)
  • High Performance Aircraft Training (HPAT)
  • Aerobatics Endorsement

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