A tower crane has been installed at the site of the $90 million Qantas Group Flight Training Centre, where construction has ramped up.
The tower crane is assisting construction company ADCO construct the facility and was erected by a Two Way Cranes all terrain.
It follows the completion of piling works on the site, which will house a state-of-the-art facility next to Qantas’ Mascot headquarter, near Sydney Airport.
It will house 14 flight simulators, 10 static cockpit devices, cabin mock-ups, classroom facilities and an emergency procedure hall containing a pool of water for water landing training.
Construction of the facility is expected to provide around 2000 building jobs. Once operational, the facility will provide training resourced for Qantas’ pilots and cabin staff.
Construction is expected to be complete in 2021.
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