Flight training for the next generation of pilots

With full and part-time course options, a modern fleet of aircraft, and comprehensive training programs for all levels of training, Soar Aviation has become Australia’s leading Flight Training provider. We are committed to delivering outcome driven, accessible and efficient Flight Training.

Commercial Pilot Licence

Start from the basics to CPL

Flight Instructor Rating

Share your passion & teach

Flight Experiences

Take the controls on your Introductory Flight Lesson

Our Fleet

What you’ll be flying

Visit Us

Come to our next Open Day


Operating out of Melbourne (Moorabbin Airport) and Sydney (Bankstown Airport), we offer courses for students that have no prior Aviation experience to Advanced Entry courses for those looking to improve their employability.

At Soar Aviation we’re committed to helping our Students achieve their goals no matter how big or small.

The final piece!

After two years of training, comprising 200 flight hours and about five-times that in the classroom, what is it like to take your final Commercial Pilot Licence test? We speak to a Soar Student doing just that!

Our Awards

2019 CEO Magazine – Education Executive of the Year FINALIST

2019 Stevie Women in Business Awards – AU/NZ FINALIST

2018 Optus MyBusiness Awards – Innovator of the Year WINNER

2018 SmartCompany Smart50 Awards – 2nd Place

2018 Knowledge Review – 10-Best Vocational Education & Training Institutes

2018 Australian Business Awards – WINNER Product Innovation

2017 Small Business Champion Awards – FINALIST

Our news


Big names in automotive get behind flying-car projects

Big names in automotive get behind flying-car projects

Seeing a Hyundai or Toyota on the road is a daily occurrence, but it might not be long until we see them in the sky! Hyundai has partnered with rideshare operator, Uber, to showcase an electric 'flying taxi' concept at the recent CES 2020 Consumer Electronics Show....

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What is ahead for aviation in 2020?

What is ahead for aviation in 2020?

2019 was a big year for global aviation. The Boeing 737 MAX crisis showed that technology in the cockpit isn't simply a 'more is better' scenario, and economic concerns from China to the USA have impacts reaching far beyond their borders. So what will 2020 bring?...

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