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.
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