Airservices Australia Chief Executive Officer Jason Harfield today detailed the important changes the organisation is making to be a more efficient and valued service provider for its customers and the greater aviation industry.
Speaking at Airservices annual industry consultation forum, Waypoint, Airservices Chief Fire Officer Glenn Wood explored the notion of ‘value’ in an aviation rescue fire fighting service.
Our Gladstone Aviation Rescue Fire Fighters this week donated $10,000 to the emergency department at Gladstone Hospital.
Just six months remain for operators and owners of Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) aircraft to ensure their aircraft are fitted with Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) technology, which improves safety and efficiency, ahead of a fast approaching industry mandate.
Sixteen highly trained aviation rescue fire fighters have completed an elite 11-week training course at Airservices Learning Academy at Melbourne Ariport, preparing them to respond to any incident on or around the airport within a matter of minutes.
Airservices Senior Advisor, Communications, Navigation and Surveillance, Bob Peake was awarded a Public Service Medal as part of the Queen’s Birthday celebrations for his outstanding public service to aviation safety.
Airservices has signed an updated Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) marking the continuation of close cooperation with Australia’s air navigation service provider and the independent transport safety investigator. Airservices CEO Jason Harfield signed the MoU alongside outgoing ATSB Chief Commissioner Martin Dolan in Canberra on 9 June to enhance […]
Airservices has published its operational concept for the safe and efficient management of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) within the controlled airspace environment.
Airservices has today released results of a data validation study completed in Perth earlier this year which finds that the actual noise experienced by residents accurately reflects the noise modelling used by Airservices.
Aviators are reminded that almost 180 ground-based navigation aids and associated non-precision approach procedures will be withdrawn from service this week after Australia earlier this year moved to more accurate, mandated satellite navigation technology.
Airservices has awarded 10 young Australians a Giving Young Flyers Training Support (GYFTS) scholarship to encourage them to learn to fly and support their dreams of a career in aviation.
Airservices Australia today recognised its aviation rescue fire fighters at Rockhampton as part of International Firefighters’ Day for the calibre of work they do on a daily basis to ensure the travelling public and the aviation industry are kept safe.
Airservices has today announced at the Wings Over Illawarra Airshow it will contribute a further $10 000 to assist the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) complete its restoration of the Southern Cross II replica aircraft.
Four flying enthusiasts are a step closer to a career in aviation after being presented with Airservices Learn to Fly Scholarships.
Four women passionate about pursuing a career in aviation are closer to that dream through financial support from Airservices Australia.
Better runway operations, a smoother running air traffic control network and programs to improve the predictability of aircraft arrivals rates.
The Board of Airservices Australia today announced the appointment of Mr Jason Harfield as Chief Executive Officer of Airservices Australia.
Airservices is urging women around the country to consider a career in aviation, in particular a careers at Airservices as part of the internationally-recognised Women of Aviation Worldwide Week.
The Chair of Airservices Australia, Air Chief Marshal Sir Angus Houston AK, AFC (Ret’d) reaffirmed today that the Board of Airservices Australia has undertaken a recruitment process for the CEO that is consistent with best practice in both the public and private sectors.
Airservices has enhanced the delivery of safe and efficient air traffic control following the graduation in Brisbane of 32 new controllers from a 24-month intensive program that has given them the skills to manage the flow of aircraft into, and out of, and across Australian airspace.
Unifying Australian skies under one air traffic management system has taken another step forward today, with the signing of a contract with Thales Australia for advanced work on software design assurance for Australia’s future air traffic management system.