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Find out which exhibitions IrvinGQ will be in over the next few months and come and see us!
-Read More [26/10/2016]
Airborne goes to Hollywood – The Mummy!
The Mummy starring Tom Cruise and our very own Airborne Systems 950/4000 parachute assembly!
-Read More [09/12/2016]
Airborne Days VI, Eloy, Arizona
Our sixth bi-annual Airborne Days event was held from 19th - 22nd February 2017 in Eloy, Arizona.
-Read More [09/03/2017]
Insider Media Article 18 July 2017
Insider Media article 18th July 2017 - Turnover has passed the £40m mark at Airborne Systems, with the Bridgend-based military equipment supplier, which recently featured in Tom Cruise film The Mummy, expecting further growth in 2017.
-Read More [18/07/2017]
Royal Oman Air Force EFA Brake Parachute course
During November 2017, it has been our absolute pleasure to welcome to Airborne Systems Europe, the Royal Oman Air Force who were attending a Repair, Maintenance & Packing course for the EFA Brake Parachute, headed up by our Dave Jackman (Design Services Supervisor).
-Read More [15/11/2017]
Bath University Engineering Placement Fair
Great to see all the Engineering students at Bath University’s “Engineering Your Future” Placement Fair on Tuesday 14th November 2017.  Our Product Engineer Intern, Hugo Andrews, our HR Manager, Victoria McCreesh and our Project Engineer R&D, Michael Fieldhouse were there to advertise placements and graduate jobs to the Bath Engineering students and also to network with the other attending companies.
-Read More [15/11/2017]
Royal Oman Air Force – congratulations on passing your EFA course!
It has been our absolute pleasure to welcome back the next group from the Royal Oman Air Force to complete a Repair, Maintenance & Packing course for the EFA Brake Parachute
-Read More [12/12/2017]
DO22A Oxygen System used by French Army
The DO22A Oxygen System designed by IrvinGQ (formerly Airborne Systems) has been used during a very high altitude jump training session by the French Army.
-Read More [19/12/2017]