BAE Systems Australia reaches flight training milestone
BAE Systems Australia’s flight training business at Tamworth has achieved more than 280,000 hours in the air, the company announced on 7 August.
The school has been training the next generation of Australian Defence Force pilots for almost three decades. BAE Systems will continue to provide essential training services in support of military training at Tamworth until mid 2020
BAE Systems Australia managing director defence delivery, Andrew Gresham, said: ‘The Tamworth team has achieved an extraordinary milestone in almost 30 years of preparing pilots for the Australian Defence Force and other customers.
‘The commitment and passion of the team is recognised throughout our business and by our customers.’
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