• April 18, 2018

    Applications now closed thank you

  • February 22, 2018

    Applications now closed thank you

  • December 13, 2017

    Merry Christmas from Management and Staff



    Asia Pacific Aerospace Manangement and Staff would like to wish all our customers a Happy Holiday Season and a peaceful and prosperous New Year

    We thank you for your support throughout 2017 and look forward to working with you again in 2018


    Staff at Chapman Place, Eagle Farm


    Staff at Macarthur Ave Central, Pinkenba

  • December 13, 2017

    APA – A Brief History

    In 1988 Asia Pacific Aerospace formed a joint venture with Masling Industries. 
    In 1993 Masling Industries interest was bought out by APA. 
    Between 1994 and 2003 APA became a qualified Rolls-Royce Authorised Maintenance Centre and Australian Defence Force contractor, specialising in Rolls-Royce 250 Series engines.  
    APA relocated in 2000 to purpose built A$3million facilities at Pinkenba, Queensland, adjacent to the Brisbane International Airport. 
    In 2002 we were awarded the contract for Deeper Maintenance and System Support of the General Electric T700 Series engines by Australian Defence Material Organisation (DMO). 
    2003 saw the Test Cell for GE T700 correlated to GE’s standards in record time of 10 Days. 
    In 2009 the Defence contact was awarded for RR 250 Support Service. 
    APA was awarded Rolls-Royce AMROC in 2010.
    2016 saw APA awarded the USN FMS contract in support of MH-60R T700-401C for the Australian Navy.
    2017 we were awarded the GE MRO

    APA Proprietary Information

  • December 13, 2017

    Asia Pacific Aerospace – Company Profile

    • Asia Pacific Aerospace Pty Ltd is a privately owned company specialising in the Repair, Maintenance and Overhaul of small to medium gas turbine engines
    • The Parent group has extensive interests in aviation activities throughout the Asia Pacific region
    • APA currently has 42 Employees
    • 42 Clients in Aviation Market Segments (Defence, National Tourism, Aerial Work & Emergency Services)
    • $35M AUD in Sales (2016)

    APA Proprietary Information

  • November 6, 2017

    Export Control Policy now on Website

    Asia Pacific Aerospace has the current Export Control Policy available to view and download.


  • November 6, 2017

    Quality Policy now on Website

    Asia Pacific Aerospace now has its current Quality Policy to view and download on this Website.


  • November 6, 2017

    Safety Management System Policy now on Website

    Asia Pacific Aerospace now has its current SMS Policy available to view and download

  • September 1, 2017

    China Helicopter Exposition in Tianjin

    Tianjin – China from September 14 – 17, 2017


    Asia Pacific Aerospace will be participating in this years China Helicopter Exposition held in Tianjin – China from September 14 – 17, 2017.  It’s our third participation in China Helicopter Exposition to display our commitment and confidence in the China Helicopter Industry.  

    Meet Jimmy Wong and Chow Hoon Keong at Booth # D717 and we will like to discuss with you to offer our services on your Rolls-Royce M250 and RR300 engine maintenance, repair and overhaul requirements.

    See you in Tianjin!



  • August 31, 2017

    Twenty-Five Years Young

    4th August 2017

    On August the 4th Asia Pacific Aerospace (APA) celebrated the twenty fifth anniversary of its establishment.  Originally set up to support sister company, Pacific Helicopters, fleet of Rolls-Royce M250 powered helicopters, APA has since grown into an SME supporting not only Rolls-Royce M250 Series engines but also the GET700 line of engines.  Since 2002 APA has been contracted by the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to support the GET700 engines installed on its fleet of Blackhawk and Seahawk aircraft.  In addition APA is now one of only three companies approved by GE as a Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facility for the T700 engine worldwide.


    To celebrate this auspicious anniversary the staff and family members of APA embarked on a crusade to the remote and rugged coastlands adjacent to the Gold Coast to savour the pleasures of Couran Cove Island Resort.  Some of our intrepid staff chose to make their own way to the remote ferry outpost whilst many, believing in safety in numbers and perhaps not trusting their own navigation skills, chose to travel en masse in luxury transport to wit one bus.  As many of the self-navigating folk arrived at the ferry terminal in order to board the 09:30 ferry it soon became apparent that one vehicle had not arrived. The Bus. The peace of the tranquil terminal was shattered by the shrill ringing of a life support device the ubiquitous mobile phone.  Mr Peter Faunt’s dulcet tones then informed one of our intrepid leaders that the trust placed in the transport company had perhaps been misplaced as they were at the wrong marina. Fortunately they were only delayed by ten minutes and the merry band of revellers boldly set sail for Couran Cove.

    On arrival the team were ushered to Spa Island where a sumptuous morning tea was served complete with hot and cold beverages, Devon and Cornish cream scones (depending whether you put the jam or cream on first) and other delights including muffins.  The children in the group soon found the various water amusements including swimming and wading pools and delighted in trying to make each other as wet as possible.  Others found the jumping castle and others still set off in exploration of this rugged and vast wasteland.


    Hardly had morning tea been consumed when low and behold the bar was open and lunch was served.  Soon plates were adorned with all of the bounties of the sea including plump prawns and mussels as well as meats and salads of great variety.  A quiet descended as both adults and children alike enjoyed this veritable feast.  Sadly the silence was shattered as someone mistakenly handed a microphone to one of our intrepid leaders.  Thankfully his speech was fairly short and only disturbed for a little time.  The children then embarked on a “scavenger hunt” and were taken off by a band of Pirates intent on finding hidden treasure.  Most if not all did return some time later festooned with treasure mostly consisting of gold wrapped chocolate which along with the cordial already consumed kept them lively for the rest of the day.



    Some of our intrepid explorers decided to strike out for the ocean and others enjoyed the delights of the Virtual Reality Centre.   Sadly the day was soon over and most of the party prepared to depart this wonderland of fun and adventure.

    On a more serious note great thanks and appreciation must be conferred on Carol and Elaine for organising what was a memorable and extremely enjoyable day.  They even managed to arrange for perfect weather which clearly demonstrates how much influence they have in the affairs of APA.