Basair Aviation College

Bankstown Airport, Australia

1.5 ★★★★★ 2 Reviews

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School Overview

Basair is the largest flying college in Australia. We have graduated students that now fly in over 40 airlines around the world!

We operate a fleet of over 50 aircraft, which is the third largest commercial fleet in Australia, behind only QANTAS and Virgin Blue. We have 44 high quality instructors, dedicated to training students to an excellent standard. Since Basair was founded in 1991, over 4,500 customers have chosen to fly with Basair. We cater for a wide range of customers, from those that want a simple joy flight over Sydney Harbour, to students studying for Commercial Pilot Licences, multi-engine endorsements, instrument flying and instructor ratings.

All of our flight training is provided to a very high quality. We have an excellent, structured competency based curriculum - which means students typically achieve a commercial pilot licence in 8 months. We teach both the theory and the practical aspects of flying. If you want to become a pilot, either a Private Pilot Licence (PPL) for fun or a Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) to kick-start your career then Basair Aviation College is the place for you.

Contact Details

131 Vega Crescent
Bankstown Airport, New South Wales 2200

+61 2 9791 0111

Key Training Facilities


Flight Training (Airplane) Aviation Degree Programs

Training Programs

Private Pilot (PPL) Commercial Pilot (CPL) Flight Instructor (CFI / FI) Instrument Rating (IR) Flight Instructor - Instrument Multi-Engine Class Rating Flight Instructor - Multi-Engine (MEI) Ground School Classes

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Basair Aviation College is rated 1.5 stars based on 2 reviews

on 19-AUG, 2017


Basair leverage off vet-fee to double course prices and rope students in. Bunch of instructors are arrogant and blow smoke up their ass 24/7. Very unorganised and I struggled to get bookings and traction hence changing schools to complete my PPL

on 15-JAN, 2017


stay away ! only after your money , crap planes , mostly new young fresh instructors with low hours. have been there and i got nothing but messed around flew 4x times 5 months.