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BAA has adopted automotive robotics for its 787 production processes. (Boeing/Andrew Henshaw)

TBT: Boeing Aerostructures Australia: shaping the future

October 11, 2018 0 comment

This week’s Throwback Thursday article is from the October 2013 edition of Australian Aviation, where Tony Moclair writes about the innovation and Australian capability at the heart of Boeing Aerostructures Australia, Boeing’s largest offshore operation outside the United States.

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Father and son Peter and Tom Wyatt both fly the A320 (Jetstar)

Keeping it in the family – at Jetstar an apple doesn’t fall far from the tree

September 1, 2018 1 comment

To celebrate Father’s Day we’ve republished this feature article on a Jetstar father and son which first appeared in the January-February 2014 issue of Australian Aviation.

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TBT – Top End air combat at Pitch Black 12

August 9, 2018 2 comment

With Exercise Pitch Black 18 currently in full swing in the skies above the Northern Territory, today’s Throwback Thursday feature revisits Pitch Black 12.

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Instructor courses are 15 weeks long, and CFS runs three such courses a year. (Paul Sadler)

A look at 100 years of the ADF’s Central Flying School

July 5, 2018 0 comment

This week’s Throwback Thursday article is from the April 2013 edition of Australian Aviation, where Tony Moclair looked at 100 years of the Australian Defence Force’s Central Flying School at RAAF East Sale. On March 8 2013 the Central Flying School (CFS) at RAAF East Sale hosted a unit reunion and flying display in the

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