BAE’s 250,000 flight hour milestone for Tamworth

written by australianaviation.com.au | October 27, 2014

 

File image of a BAE Systems CT-4B. (Andrew McLaughlin)
File image of a BAE Systems CT-4B. (Andrew McLaughlin)

BAE Systems Australia’s Flight Training Tamworth centre has marked providing a quarter of a million flying hours.

Over the past 22 years, BAE Systems Australia says more than 5,000 students have been trained on the CT-4B Airtrainer aircraft and graduated from the flight training college.

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In addition to personnel from the ADF, students have come from the Republic of Singapore Air Force, Papua New Guinea Defence Force and Royal Brunei Air Force, plus Vietnam Airlines, Malaysia Airlines and All Nippon Airways.

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