The Royal Aero Club of Western Australia is one of Australia’s largest flight training organisations, with more than 30 aircraft and qualified flight instructors.

From humble beginnings in 1929, we’ve grown to become one of Australia’s most experienced and highly respected training schools. Royal Aero Club graduates can be found throughout the aviation industry, including at Qantas, Virgin Blue, Cathay Pacific, SkyWest, Skippers Aviation and the Royal Australian Air Force.

Over its long history, the Royal Aero Club has built a reputation for excellence because of its professional approach to flying. We are committed to ensuring graduates are not only professional pilots but also employable pilots. We do not compromise on safety in our training and we produce graduates with skills and knowledge beyond Civil Aviation Safety Authority requirements. We aim to produce the safest pilots available to the international aviation industry.

Jandakot Airport

Jandakot Airport

Opened in 1963, Jandakot Airport is the major general aviation airport in Western Australia and is one of the busiest airfields and largest aviation training… Read More
Murrayfield Airport

Murrayfield Airport

Murrayfield Airport on Lakes Road, Mandurah, is a registered airfield owned and operated by the Royal Aero Club of WA and you’ll need permission before… Read More

Staff

The Royal Aero Club of Western Australia is the oldest flying training club in the state. We’ve been flying since 1929.We pride ourselves on hiring… Read More

Heritage

The Royal Aero Club of Western Australia was incorporated in August 1929 as the Aero Club of Australia (W.A. Branch) Inc. and flew its first… Read More
Tarmac Topics

Tarmac Topics

Published monthly, Tarmac Topics is staffed by a team of experienced and dedicated writers who are experts in their fields of aviation. Plus the Royal… Read More