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Ipswich Jets Launch the 2023 Seasons
The TAE Aerospace Ipswich Jets have launched their 2023 Netball and Rugby League seasons to a full...
Ipswich Jets give back to the Ipswich Community
The TAE Aerospace Ipswich Jets Hostplus Cup squad were out supporting the Ipswich community on the...
Ipswich Jets soar to new heights with TAE Aerospace
The Ipswich Jets have great delight in announcing a new multi year partnership with local...
Naming Rights Sponsor – Host Plus Cup
TAE Aerospace have been a part of the Ipswich community for more than 22 years, where in 2000 they started their involvement maintaining major F-111 aircraft with the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). Over the last 20 years TAE Aerospace have worked on several engines including the Classic Hornet and Super Hornet aircrafts. They currently are based at 1 Jet Place Bundamba, employing more than 400 local people after spending several years working on aircraft engines at the RAAF Amberley base.