Learn to fly at RMIT

Flight training
Learn to fly at RMIT
Gain the skills to achieve CASA certification for a Commercial Pilot's Licence and learn to fly in single- and multi-engine aircrafts

Qantas Future Pilot Program

Qantas and RMIT have partnered to offer an exciting career path to aspiring pilots.


Meet Jess

Jess Dettmer talks about what it's like to study at RMIT. Her dream job is to work for the Royal Flying Doctors.


A flying start to your career

RMIT Flight Training has been training pilots since 1994 and has successfully trained over 1000 pilots.

  • We hold an Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Air Operators Certificate.
  • Our facilities, program, and team of instructors are internationally recognised.
  • We conduct training tailored to meet the requirements of several international airlines.
Our training fleet

The flight training is conducted in single engine aircraft (C172S Cessna Skyhawk and C182T Cessna Skylane) and aerobatic aircraft (8KCAB Super Decathlon).

After the Commercial Pilot’s Licence, the optional instrument rating is completed in the Frasca 242 flight simulator and the twin-engine PA44-180 Piper Seminole.