Welcome to Douglas Aerospace
Douglas Aerospace is a family owned and operated aircraft paint service company founded in Tocumwal NSW in 1979 based in the Riverina, N.S.W, Australia. With 30 years of aircraft painting, our shop provide high quality refinishing of General, Corporate, Cargo, Commercial Aircraft, Helicopters and Military Aircraft. Douglas Aerospace has the capability and frequently carries out works offsite in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Darwin, Adelaide and Perth.
From the Clients
Douglas Aerospace has been working closely with Alliance over the past 18 years. On each occasion, we have found Douglas Aerospace to demonstrate the highest levels of professionalism and produce a high quality end result of their works.
Trevor Voigt, BNE Base maintenance engineer Alliance Airlines Pty Ltd
Douglas Aerospace has worked with us for 7 years. This work includes full strip and repaints, rub and paints and livery changes within a tight time frame. The continued commitment to work with Airnorth on time and at a reasonable price is a true credit to them.
Phillip Hargrave, General Manager, Engineering AIR NORTH
"I would like to express my appreciation of the work carried out by Douglas Aerospace and would not hesitate in recommending them to other operators."
Matthew Spencer, Australian Helicopters
The final product was delivered at an exceptional standard. Excellent craftsmanship and standard is employed by Douglas Aerospace."
Anthony L Taggart, Smith Taggarte
Douglas Aerospace's commitment to work with Jet City to deliver the projects on time and within budget is a credit to the organization.
Anthony Chislom, General Manager, Jet City.
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News & Updates
Indonesian military officials jet out of Wagga in revamped plane
Indonesian military officials have jetted out of the southern NSW town of Wagga in their revamped cargo plane, as part of a trade deal worth tens of millions of dollars. The burly plane is the first of five ex-RAAF aircraft to be sent to Indonesia, as part of an agreement between our countries signed in 2013.Read More
AAF finishes repaint of C-130J fleet
The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has finished the repainting program of its fleet of 12 Lockheed Martin C-130J Hercules airlifters.The last C-130J to be repainted in the current two-tone dark grey scheme, A97-448, emerged from the Douglas Aerospace hangar at Wagga Wagga Airport in mid-August, images released by Defence show.Read More
First repainted QantasLink Fokker 100 emerges
The first Fokker 100 operated by Qantas’s regional arm QantasLink has emerged from the paint shop. Fokker 100 VH-NHP is pictured here flying into Perth Airport on Wednesday after repainting with Douglas Aerospace in Wagga Wagga. Check out the article on this new project.Read More