Next generation of aviation fire fighters enter serviceAirservices welcomed a further 24 aviation rescue fire fighters into service on Friday 11 April at a graduation ceremony held at the Airservices Learning Academy at Melbourne Airport.
The graduating recruits join more than 800 fire fighters at the nation’s busiest airports as part of Airservices Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting (ARFF) service.
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24-04-2014 - Ten young adults are a step closer to a career in aviation thanks to financial support from Airservices Australia, the national air traffic control service provider. The group, aged between 15 and 19, were chosen from a field of 40 appl... Read More »
11-04-2014 - Airservices welcomed a further 24 aviation rescue fire fighters into service on Friday 11 April at a graduation ceremony held at the Airservices Learning Academy at Melbourne Airport. The graduating recruits join more than 800 fire figh... Read More »
10-04-2014 - Four aviation enthusiasts have been given a helping hand to pursue their aviation dream following the announcement that they are the recipients of Airservices Learn to Fly Scholarships. The scholarships, presented in conjunction with th... Read More »
22-03-2014 - Two Chinese military search and rescue aircraft, en route from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to assist in the search for Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, landed at Perth Airport earlier this afternoon.Airservices Australia provided both Chines... Read More »
20-03-2014 - Airservices has introduced a new system that will reduce airborne delays, help to save fuel and associated emissions, enhance safety and reduce air traffic congestion at Melbourne Airport. Already in use at Sydney, Brisbane and Perth ai... Read More »
17-03-2014 - Airservices will continue to support education for the next generation of pilots through a new three year sponsorship agreement with Recreational Aviation Australia (RA-Aus). The sponsorship will help fund 10 RA-Aus scholarships per yea... Read More »
14-03-2014 - Airservices new air traffic controller tower at Melbourne Airport was officially opened today by Deputy Prime Minister, the Hon Warren Truss, and Airservices Chair Angus Houston AC, AFC (Ret’d). The new tower is Airservices fourth... Read More »
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