Royal Aero Club of WA Revenue and Competitors

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Jandakot Airport, WA USA



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Royal Aero Club of WA's estimated annual revenue is currently $11.5M per year.(i)
  • Royal Aero Club of WA's estimated revenue per employee is $221,400

Employee Data

  • Royal Aero Club of WA has 52 Employees.(i)
  • Royal Aero Club of WA grew their employee count by -10% last year.
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Serving the aviation needs of West Australians for more than 80 years. The Royal Aero Club of Western Australia is one of Australia's largest aviation organisations. With multi-million dollar facilities, a large and varied fleet of aircraft and 30 qualified Flight Instructors and Pilots, we are a leader in flying training, charter and support. We are different to many of the flying schools and charter companies as we are owned by our members, not investors. This in turn means we can offer fairer rates and a more comprehensive product and services range. Any profits that we make go straight back into benefiting our members and improving our services. You can learn to fly with us in Perth, at Jandakot Airport and also within the southwest, at Murray Field Airport, Mandurah (a short 45min drive on the Forrest Highway from Bunbury).



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Royal Aero Club of WA News

05/18/2015 - Royal Aero Club of WA to hold open day on May 24

Royal Aero Club of WA client liaison manager and flight instructor Charlee Hateley said aviation was an incredibly rewarding and achievable ...

11/12/2018 - Northam Aero Club celebrates 50th anniversary with book ...

The book is availble for sale from the Northam Visitors Centre, the Northam Aero Club, Royal Aero Club WA Jandakot and Windward Balloon ...

02/07/2017 - Australia's youngest pilot lifts off at Murrayfield Airport

Supported by the Royal Aero Club's Young Eagles aviation program and ... Airport is owned and operated by the Royal Aero Club of WA.