Training and Systems Solutions for Defence, Government Agencies and Maritime Institutions

AAL provides vessels and aircraft to support the NZDF, and a wide range of manned and unmanned air, surface and land target systems and technologies that assist our services to test, evaluate, and maintain operational competencies.

The Auckland-based company manufactures specialised underwater signature systems in a collaborative arrangement with the Defence Technology Agency.  Systems include the Diver Signature Evaluation System for evaluating diver performance when identifying and deactivating seabed mines; and the lightweight and deployable Multi Influence Sensor System designed to detect and measure the signature levels of vessels.

AAL is the New Zealand agent for international defence suppliers, and provides project management, training, technical support and consulting services.

AAL Australia Pty Ltd (Sydney) is a wholly owned subsidiary of AAL established to support Kongsberg Digital maritime simulation within Australia and Papua New Guinea.


TRACE International Inc. (TRACE) has successfully completed a TRACE Standard due diligence review of Air Affairs Limited (trading as AAL).  TRACE has granted Air Affairs Limited (trading as AAL) a certificate of membership signifying the company's committment to transparency in international commerical transactions.

News in Brief

7 Oct 20

With Auckland moving to Alert Level 1 for COVID-19 from midnight 7 Oct 20 all AAL staff will be working from the office and are able to provide our full range of services.  Please call +64 9 4772143 or email

21 Aug 19

Australian Maritime College and KONGSBERG eye potential for VR training with renewed support program ... read more

July 2019

AAL Awarded Contract for NZDF Operational Support Services ... read more

May 2019

Royal Australian Navy continues to expand training capability with two new Ship's Bridge Simulators ... read more





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