ADF Basic Flying Training celebrates 250,000 flying hours

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Lieutenant Commander Andrew Kidd, a Qualified Flying Instructor from the Basic Flying Training School, at the controls of a Pacific Aerospace CT-4B Airtrainer aircraft near Tamworth Airport. *** Local Caption *** The Australian Defence Force Basic Flying Training School has celebrated 250,000 flying hours in the Pacific Aerospace CT-4B Airtrainer aircraft, a significant milestone for both the unit and the aircraft. The milestone was celebrated on Tuesday 12 July 2016 with a reception for invited guests from Air Force, BAE Systems and key dignitaries from the local Tamworth community including the Mayor of Tamworth and Local MP. A flypast was conducted with 16 CT-4B aircraft flying over Australian Defence Force Basic Flying Training School and Tamworth.

The Australian Defence Force Basic Flying Training School has celebrated 250,000 flying hours in the Pacific Aerospace CT-4B Airtrainer aircraft, a significant milestone for both the unit and the aircraft. The milestone was celebrated on Tuesday 12 July 2016 with a reception for invited guests from Air Force, BAE Systems and key dignitaries from the local Tamworth community including the Mayor of Tamworth and Local MP. A flypast was conducted with 16 CT-4B aircraft flying over Australian Defence Force Basic Flying Training School and Tamworth.

Terry Turner

Terry Turner is Senior Editor for Defence.com.au and Editor in Chief for the entire stable of CYBER PRESS magazines.CYBER PRESS is an Australian media business specialising in multi-channel broad audience online digital publishing. Our company is the evolution of Eco Magazines, Australia's premiere dedicated online publisher of full-format digital magazines. Put simply, we specialise, where many merely dabble.

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