All our partner flying schools in Australia and New Zealand have a very rich aviation industry. They have been around for almost 100 years, which makes them the leaders in this region for pilot training. Committed to the highest standards of training excellence, these organisations are managed by some of the industry’s most experienced aviation professionals, who are dedicated to not just transferring their knowledge on to our students, but to developing the skills of our cadets to the highest level.
Founded in 1993, Airworks Aviation has grown steadily through the years to become the top flying school in the Philippines. In response to the continued surge in demand for pilots around the world, the school has expanded in Cebu, the Philippines’ version of paradise, offering the best mix of education, commerce and leisure.
New Zealand Aviation is situated at the Matamata airfield, in the Waikato farmlands. The area is a rural community of about 6000 people, nestled at the base of the Kaimai ranges. The updrafts from these hills make this area and its surrounds a world-class location for flying, gliding and other activities.
Flexible. Any time suitable for the student and academy
The Airline Academy of Australia is owned and operated by the Royal Queensland Aero Club Limited, the oldest flying school in Australia. With over 100 years of proud history, the Academy plays a significant role in the Australian aviation industry and is renowned for excellence in safe, comprehensive aviation training. The Academy is Australia’s largest member-owned integrated aviation training organisation and is one of only 7 flight training providers appointed globally to deliver ab-initio training through the Jeppesen Flight Training Network, which is part of the Boeing Pilot Development Programme.
The International Aviation Academy of New Zealand (IAANZ) is the Professional flight training division of New Zealand's largest Aero Club, the Canterbury Aero Club (established 1928.) The International Aviation Academy of New Zealand holds New Zealand Qualification Authority (NZQA) and the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority (NZ CAA) Part 141 approval for flight training.