Avionics Upgrades

With the significant increase in IFR training, as well as multiengine CPL training, our Partenavias have been busier than ever over the last year, so an avionics upgrade of both our Partenavias has been approved by the club (both IXE and PNT are 1979 models). PNT has completed its upgrade to a new S-Tec autopilot […]

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Well Done WAAC Class A19

I would personally like to congratulate A19 who have just completed their CPL theory block 1 & block 2. I am extremely pleased with the way in which they have approached their studies, with good dedication and discipline. I do believe that their results are a reflection on their hard work, with some absolutely outstanding […]

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Outstanding Achiever – Rocky!

Achieving your Recreational Pilot’s Licence is a wonderful milestone, but it does not always go according to plan. We strive to have our integrated students complete their RPL Flight Test prior to commencing their PPL Theory. Due to adverse weather and many delays, Rochynus Gwijangge’s (Rocky) training was falling far behind and it was looking […]

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2019 AirBP Tom Millar Scholarship Application Now Open!!!

Funded by Air BP, the two (2) Tom Millar Scholarships, each to the value of $5,000 are intended to encourage and assist in the advancement of students who are undergoing training with the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia, (‘the Club’).   Terms and Conditions: • scholarships are open to all students who are Club […]

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Bill Blom Aeronautics Scholarship application open until July 5 2019

The William Paul Blom Aeronautics Scholarship promotes the advancement of aviation as a career by awarding scholarship funding for CASA Commercial Pilots Licence (Aeroplane) examinations on successful completion of all examinations within 1 calendar year. This scholarship will be awarded to a student who has demonstrated commitment, ability and a desire to pursue a career […]

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Industry Presentation – Royal Brunei Airlines Captain Allan Bradley

Aviation contains many perishable skills than must be practised on a regular basis, said Captain Allan Bradley at the May Industry Presentation. He gave an example of a large jet performing a less than text-book crosswind landing. “You can be sure that the pilot received a ‘please explain’ message from the fleet manager after that […]

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Inbound position of six south has been abolished

Thursday 23rd of May 2019, mark it down as there are big changes at Jandakot! Firstly you will notice the inbound position of six south has been abolished (and probably for good reason considering when you see where some people report from!) It has now been replaced with two individual inbound points; “BRICK WORKS” and […]

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Free Open Day Saturday May 25 2019

Everyone is welcome to attend our Free Open Day Saturday May 25 2019. Aviation Partners appearing alongside our Learn to Fly Seminars will be: Australian Air Force Cadets. The A.A.F.C. teaches you valuable life skills and help you develop qualities including leadership, self-reliance, confidence, teamwork and communication. Some activities undertaken by the AAFC include flying, field-craft, […]

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RFACA Annual Flying Training Conference March 18 & 19 2019

The Royal Federation of Aero Clubs of Australia is holding its Annual Flying Training Conference in Jandakot this year, Monday 18th & Tuesday 19th of March. The conference is a great opportunity to communicate with representatives of the authorities who regulate our industry. This is great news for the WA locals – as we have […]

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Enrolments extended for our September Weekend RPL Theory Course!

Run over three weekends in September/October from 8:30am to 4pm, a practice paper will be given to students, as well as the opportunity to do three in-house cyber-exams before you attempt the CASA exam. The course also includes WAAC notes. Total Course Cost: $625 PPL students can also attend, but the focus is on the […]

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