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Boeing receives AEO certification for RAAF Super Hornets

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 19, 2010
Super Hornet A44-202  during a work-up flight over the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California recently. (Dept of Defence)
Super Hornet A44-202 during a work-up flight over the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California recently. (Dept of Defence)

Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) has been granted accreditation by the Commonwealth as an Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) for the RAAF’s F/A-18F Super Hornet fleet.

The accreditation authorises BDA to provide engineering support to the RAAF’s 24 F/A-18Fs through a combination of local and US based engineering services and capabilities.

“AEO certification is a significant achievement, as it acknowledges Boeing Defence Australia’s compliance with the RAAF Technical Airworthiness Regulatory framework and will enable the company to provide critical engineering services to the Australian Defence Force,” Murray Brabook, BDA’s director of Platform Maintenance said in a statement. “Becoming an AEO is an important component of Boeing Defence Australia’s Super Hornet support capabilities, and is the result of excellent teamwork and collaboration between Boeing and the Commonwealth.”

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The first five RAAF Super Hornets commenced their delivery flight from California on March 19, and are due to arrive at Amberley some time next week.

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Boeing receives AEO certification for RAAF Super Hornets

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 19, 2010
Super Hornet A44-202  during a work-up flight over the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California recently. (Dept of Defence)
Super Hornet A44-202 during a work-up flight over the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California recently. (Dept of Defence)

Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) has been granted accreditation by the Commonwealth as an Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) for the RAAF’s F/A-18F Super Hornet fleet.

The accreditation authorises BDA to provide engineering support to the RAAF’s 24 F/A-18Fs through a combination of local and US based engineering services and capabilities.

“AEO certification is a significant achievement, as it acknowledges Boeing Defence Australia’s compliance with the RAAF Technical Airworthiness Regulatory framework and will enable the company to provide critical engineering services to the Australian Defence Force,” Murray Brabook, BDA’s director of Platform Maintenance said in a statement. “Becoming an AEO is an important component of Boeing Defence Australia’s Super Hornet support capabilities, and is the result of excellent teamwork and collaboration between Boeing and the Commonwealth.”

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The first five RAAF Super Hornets commenced their delivery flight from California on March 19, and are due to arrive at Amberley some time next week.

Steer your own in-flight experience – available on print and digital Whether our classic glossy magazine in your letterbox, daily news updates in your inbox, peeling back a few layers in the podcast or our monthly current affair reports, you can count on us to keep you up to date. Sign up today for just $99.95 for more exclusive offers here. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

Boeing receives AEO certification for RAAF Super Hornets

written by australianaviation.com.au | March 19, 2010
Super Hornet A44-202  during a work-up flight over the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California recently. (Dept of Defence)
Super Hornet A44-202 during a work-up flight over the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California recently. (Dept of Defence)

Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) has been granted accreditation by the Commonwealth as an Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) for the RAAF’s F/A-18F Super Hornet fleet.

The accreditation authorises BDA to provide engineering support to the RAAF’s 24 F/A-18Fs through a combination of local and US based engineering services and capabilities.

“AEO certification is a significant achievement, as it acknowledges Boeing Defence Australia’s compliance with the RAAF Technical Airworthiness Regulatory framework and will enable the company to provide critical engineering services to the Australian Defence Force,” Murray Brabook, BDA’s director of Platform Maintenance said in a statement. “Becoming an AEO is an important component of Boeing Defence Australia’s Super Hornet support capabilities, and is the result of excellent teamwork and collaboration between Boeing and the Commonwealth.”

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The first five RAAF Super Hornets commenced their delivery flight from California on March 19, and are due to arrive at Amberley some time next week.

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