The first of three AOPA Australia Junior Pilots Cessna Aerobats (VH-IRR) will be transported next week from Bankstown Airport to AeroWork Bathurst where it will receive it’s long-awaited new paintwork, marking a major milestone for the project.
AeroWork Bathurst is owned and operated by AOPA Australia member Mark Renshaw, proving a broad range of general aviation aircraft maintenance, overhaul and restoration services.
“AeroWork is really excited to be helping AOPA Australia with the Junior Pilots initiative, it’s great to see the association working to develop engagement resources that can help promote general aviation by inspiring youth to become involved, ” Mark Renshaw, AeroWork Bathurst Managing Director.
“The AeroWork team will focus on preparing and applying a first-class PPG Aerospace paintwork to the aircraft in a scheme that is both unique and immediatley identifyable. Our team will have the aircraft looking better than the day the aircraft rolled out of the Cessna factory! ”
“Our facilities at Bathurst include a professional humidity and temperature controlled paint-booth that is tailored for aviation use, which enables our experienced paint technicians to apply mirror perfect finishes using the ” he said.
“I would like to thank our member Mark Renshaw and his team at AeroWork Bathurst for their invaluable support and assistance. We are all looking forward to seeing the first Aerobat out giving youth first flight experiences at events across Australia.” Benjamin Morgan, Executive Director AOPA Australia.
For more information about AeroWork Bathurst, contact:
Telephone: (02) 6337 3433