Pacific Flying School

Pacific Flying School, London Avenue, Nadi, Fiji

Leading and the longest running flight school in Fiji


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

International Students



Civil Aviation Authority of Fiji (CAAF)

Entry Requirements

At least 17 years old, High School Graduate, Pass in English and Mathematics, Pass Medical Examination

Pacific Flying School (PFS) was established in 1986 and has graduated over 200 commercial pilots who are now part of Air Vanuatu, Airlines of Papua New Guinea, Air Niugini, Air New Zealand, Emirates, Qantas, Cathay Pacific, Etihad, British Airways, and other airlines. The flight school is also a supplier of pilots for Fiji Airways and domestic operators in the country.

Pacific Flying School is the only flight training institution in Fiji that is part of a large charter operation for both aeroplanes and helicopters which includes maintenance facility that is very efficient and valuable for pilot training.

Pacific Flying school is the only Flying School in Fiji that is currently registered with Fiji Higher Education Commission. Moreover, PFS is also registered with the Ministry of Education, and an approved Flight Training Organization by the Civil Aviation Authority of Fiji (CAAF).

It is located in Nadi International Airport, Fiji.

Courses offered:
  • Private Pilot License (PPL)
  • Commercial Pilot License (CPL)
  • Multi Engine Type Rating / Command Instrument Rating (MECIR)
  • Flight Instructor Rating
  • Airline Transport Pilots License Theory

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