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Peninsula Aero Club

Leaders in Aviation.

Peninsula Aero Club is a flying training school & club located at Tyabb Airport on the Mornington Peninsula. We provide flight training for all licence levels from Recreational to Commercial. Our instructors are professional in every way and this will be reflected in your training. We consider our students as individuals, not just a number. We give our full dedication to each student whilst they are flying or studying for theory exams.
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we're more than a flight school

PAC Services

LEARN TO FLY

Learning to fly is easier than you think and a life changing experience. You can choose to start your training as the beginning of a long and satisfying career, or simply for personal enjoyment.

Aerial Work

Aerial Photography and Fire Spotting are all part of our normal operations. Our professional and experienced pilots can undertake all manner of aerial activity.

Joy Flights

Enjoy a scenic air tour of the beautiful Mornington Peninsula, French Island, Philip Island, Westernport and Port Phillip bays, or venture further afield along the picturesque Victorian coast line.

Charters

We offer a full range of charter services to cater for the needs of our clients. Flights can cover a variety of destinations and routes, and many different aircraft are available for charter.
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Latest PAC News

Presidents Report

Dear Members, A win in VCAT After 14 months of preparing and fighting our case in VCAT we have won the Church Hour Existing Use…

Tyabb Flyer – 15 August 2020

Download this weeks Tyabb Flyer. Click here to download the PDF file.

Presidents Report

Dear PAC Members and Residents, I wish to clarify via a public statement the Peninsula Aero Club’s position in terms of some rumours and misinformation…

Get your copy of First Officer here

PAC member, Peter Fitton has written his third book. Titled, First Officer, a tale about a father and son who go flying. Central to this story is the Peninsula Aero Club. Intended to encourage and motivate young people to seek out a career in aviation, it’s the sort of book you would give to your teenage children or grandchildren. First Officer is a learning-to-fly book, but Peter has managed to deliver the training aspects in a conversational manner, so as to seem part of an adventure story. It’s original and it’s Australian.
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