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It depends if the training course instructors are required to be accredited or not. It also depends on the duration of the course. Since it's only a week you should be okay, but you need to verify directly with the flight instructors, to make sure they do not sponsor student visas. For instance, according to the visa requirements section for "Advanced ...


The "electronic authorisation" for EU citizens you describe in your question is actually a visa for the purposes of Australian law - eVisitor (subclass 651). The Department's website lists the standard conditions that apply to this kind of visa. One of them is condition 8201, which reads: 8201 - Maximum 3 months study While in Australia, you must ...


No, it did not fly. The last flight data for a SQ 242 flight was on Saturday, 28 March, 2020:

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