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COMMAND FLIGHT TRAINING - MURRAY BRIDGE AIRFIELD

A PILOT'S PARADISE

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ABOUT
US

Command Flight Training provides a high standard of private, commercial and instructor pilot training in South Australia. We conduct pilot training in Adelaide at Parafield Airport and Murray Bridge.

 

The school was founded as Murray Bridge Flying School in 1991 and rebranded to Command Flight Training in 2021 to reflect the growing and changing business. As a flying school offering flight training in South Australia, we offer affordable country prices with a high standard of pilot training. Command Flight Training specialises in taking people from any background or level of education and training them up to achieve a private pilot license, commercial pilot license or multi-engine rating and instrument rating. 

 

We strive to make sure everyone who walks in the door at Command Flight Training feel welcomed, respected, and cared for. We take pride in our club atmosphere, where pilots and aviation enthusiasts are welcomed for lessons, theory or just a cup of coffee and some hangar flying!

If you want to learn to fly in Adelaide, Command Flight Training operates flying schools in South Australia out of both Parafield in Adelaide’s northern suburbs and Murray Bridge, one hour east of Adelaide. 

 

Command Flight Training runs a diverse fleet of aircraft in both the Adelaide flight school and in Murray Bridge. An important part of our pilot training in South Australia is simulator work, and we are one of a handful of flight schools in Adelaide to have a flight simulator closely affiliated to the flying school. 

 

Come and learn to fly in South Australia where we get over 250 days of sunshine a year!

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AIRPORT LOCATION

Situated among the gently rolling fields of Pallamana, Murray Bridge Aerodrome (YMBD) is the perfect location to undertake your flying training.