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Pel-Air wins new ADF support contract

written by australianaviation.com.au | October 10, 2011
A Pel-Air target towing Learjet.

Regional Express owned Pel-Air Aviation has been awarded a new, three year, $47 million contract to provide jet support to the Australian Defence Force, with effect from October 1.

“We are excited at the opportunity to continue the working relationship with the ADF that has been fostered over the last 15 years. We believe that our track record will stand us in good stead for the other major ADF project – JP66 – which Pel-Air tendered for,” said Pel-Air COO Danny Foster.

Pel-Air has been providing jet support services to the ADF since 1996, using Westwind and Learjet business jets for target towing and target emulation taskings.

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Pel-Air wins new ADF support contract

written by australianaviation.com.au | October 10, 2011
A Pel-Air target towing Learjet.

Regional Express owned Pel-Air Aviation has been awarded a new, three year, $47 million contract to provide jet support to the Australian Defence Force, with effect from October 1.

“We are excited at the opportunity to continue the working relationship with the ADF that has been fostered over the last 15 years. We believe that our track record will stand us in good stead for the other major ADF project – JP66 – which Pel-Air tendered for,” said Pel-Air COO Danny Foster.

Pel-Air has been providing jet support services to the ADF since 1996, using Westwind and Learjet business jets for target towing and target emulation taskings.

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Pel-Air wins new ADF support contract

written by australianaviation.com.au | October 10, 2011
A Pel-Air target towing Learjet.

Regional Express owned Pel-Air Aviation has been awarded a new, three year, $47 million contract to provide jet support to the Australian Defence Force, with effect from October 1.

“We are excited at the opportunity to continue the working relationship with the ADF that has been fostered over the last 15 years. We believe that our track record will stand us in good stead for the other major ADF project – JP66 – which Pel-Air tendered for,” said Pel-Air COO Danny Foster.

Pel-Air has been providing jet support services to the ADF since 1996, using Westwind and Learjet business jets for target towing and target emulation taskings.

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