Quickstep updates investors

Highlights of its market update included news of a new Lockheed Martin C-130J purchase order for wing flaps

Australian military's new EC135 T2+ training helicopter takes to air

The Australian military's new EC135 T2+ training helicopter

The first EC135 T2+ helicopter in a planned fleet of modern, twin-engine, rotary-wing aircraft being acquired by the Australian Defence Force (ADF) for its new Helicopter Aircrew Training System (HATS), has successfully completed its first flight in Europe.

Quickstep appoints Marino as new CEO

Tony Quick will step back to a non-executive role at Quickstep following the handover to David Marino

Quickstep Holdings Limited, a manufacturer of high-grade carbon-fibre components for the aerospace and automotive industries has appointed David Marino as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer.

Germany takes delivery of its first Airbus A400M

The first German A400M during its maiden flight

Germany have chosen the A400M to replace their existing C-160 Transalls.

Thales delivers Collins simulator upgrade

Thales Australia has successfully delivered a significant upgrade to the Collins submarine PTS, which now has the highest levels of reliability and availability since entering service in 1993.

Thales and University of South Australia secure satellite research funding

A team of partners including Thales Australia has secured an Australian Research Council grant to improve how satellites transmit large volumes of data.

Investment in industry capability pays off

Four Defence projects which received grant funding under the DMO's PICIP have been completed and the companies are now pursuing market opportunities.

Quickstep secures new C-130J purchase order from Lockheed Martin

Quickstep Holdings Limited has announced that it has secured a new purchase order for an additional 12 sets plus spares of C-130J Super Hercules wing flaps from global security and aerospace company, Lockheed Martin.

Aerospace and Defence Australia awarded AS9120 certification

Aerodefence has now completed the stringent requirements for AS9120 which applies to organisations that stock and distribute components for the Aerospace industry.

TAE receives EASA approval

TAE has been granted European Aviation Safety Agency Part 145 approval for their Adelaide operations.

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