In this week's Defence Week Premium, we review the Avalon Airshow which proved to be another stunning success. We also have some news on PC-21s, a top MRO certification for an SME and some STEM initiatives featured at the show.
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The 13th biennial Avalon International Airshow certainly upped the ante in all respects last week. more»
The PC-21 is expected to commence flying operations at RAAF East Sale in mid-2017. more»
Inspiring young visitors to consider future STEM careers was a concurrent underlying theme at the international Avalon airshow last week. more»
The joint initiative between the USAF and Australia originated from AUSMIN discussions dating back to 2010. more»
Eight maritime vessels have recently been fitted with new Cobra-class satellite communications terminals more»
The Part 145 certification, which is aligned with EASA and FAA regulations, makes AAE one of only two companies in Australia certified at that level for helicopter maintenance. more»
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