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Aviation Australia to expand at BNE

written by australianaviation.com.au | April 1, 2014

Aviation Australia has signed a new long term lease Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) to develop a new 4,450 sqm facility near its existing facilities at the airport.

Due for completion in 2015, the new building will comprise a two-level corporate office, 24 lecture rooms and a technical training centre. “Our existing training facilities developed with BAC in 2001 are world-class – housing extensive training equipment and learning platforms tailored for the aviation industry,” Aviation Australia CEO Bill Horrocks said in a statement. “The new training facility will accommodate an additional 600 students and the new 545m2 canteen and outdoor dining area will be a great amenity for the wider precinct.”

BAC General Manager Commercial Businesses John Tormey added; “This agreement is not only a reflection of the site’s ideal location and connectivity, but also of our ability to deliver flexible solutions to meet our client’s needs. Aviation Australia is a valued, long term tenant of Brisbane Airport and we are delighted to continue this relationship well into the future.”

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Aviation Australia to expand at BNE

written by australianaviation.com.au | April 1, 2014

Aviation Australia has signed a new long term lease Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) to develop a new 4,450 sqm facility near its existing facilities at the airport.

Due for completion in 2015, the new building will comprise a two-level corporate office, 24 lecture rooms and a technical training centre. “Our existing training facilities developed with BAC in 2001 are world-class – housing extensive training equipment and learning platforms tailored for the aviation industry,” Aviation Australia CEO Bill Horrocks said in a statement. “The new training facility will accommodate an additional 600 students and the new 545m2 canteen and outdoor dining area will be a great amenity for the wider precinct.”

BAC General Manager Commercial Businesses John Tormey added; “This agreement is not only a reflection of the site’s ideal location and connectivity, but also of our ability to deliver flexible solutions to meet our client’s needs. Aviation Australia is a valued, long term tenant of Brisbane Airport and we are delighted to continue this relationship well into the future.”

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