About National Aerospace Services

    National Aerospace services, formed in 1999, and was the company that started AVIATION LABOUR HIRE in Australia – we were innovative then and are progressive now. The company’s two directors – Jim Underwood and Scott Treweek – have over 20 years experience in the aviation labour recruitment market and over 40 years experience in the aviation industry.

    The NAS Difference:
    Its Directors

    Unlike many other Labour companies, NAS’s directors are committed to being on-site with our customers and getting to know their projects. This helps us place the right personnel to suit their needs – every time.

    We pride ourselves on supplying quality engineers. In a majority of cases one of the directors will have worked with the engineer, or gone through a rigorous check on his/hers credentials and ability to integrate with the customer’s workforce.

    We have brought together a skilled and mobile specialist engineering team that can roll into action when and where it is needed. Our clients can be confident that their aircraft is being serviced by skilled and experienced engineers and will be back in the air on time.

    In addition to skilled labour for projects, NAS supplies total project management, price work, aircraft recovery, insurance work and quotes.

    The most important aspect of our business is to supply the best quality engineers to the customer.

    "The work was carried out most effectively and was completed ahead of time and within budget. Polynesian Airlines is most satisfied with the efficient and professional manner in which the project was implemented and carried out"

    - Gary Leach, Polynesian Airlines

    "We found the services provided by the team, to be efficient and professional, with up to ten engineers being provided at one stage. We found they were able to provide labour at short notice, providing the flexibility of manpower required to complete this type of project. Using NAS, enabled Hawker Pacific to deliver these aircraft on time and on budget."

    - Gary Arnold, Chief Engineer for Hawker Pacific