Airservices Australia and the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) entered into a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) today for the operation of the Heron remotely piloted Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) in Australian civil airspace.
Airservices has awarded 10 young Australians with a Giving Young Flyers Training Support (GYFTS) scholarship to encourage them to learn to fly and support their dreams of a career in aviation.
Air traffic controllers at Perth Airport will now be able to see and identify every aircraft and equipped vehicles on runways and taxiways through the ongoing investment in the latest technology by Airservices.
Airservices Australia has today recognised its aviation rescue fire fighters based at Gladstone Airport 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.
Four women passionate about pursuing a career in aviation are closer to that dream through financial support from Airservices Australia.
Seventeen highly trained aviation rescue fire fighters have completed an elite 11-week training course at Airservices Learning Academy at Melbourne Airport, preparing them to respond to any incident on or around the airport within a matter of minutes.
Gold Coast Airport Pty Ltd has today released for public comment, its preliminary draft Major Development Plan (MDP) proposing the installation of an instrument landing system (ILS) at the airport. Through the MDP, Gold Coast Airport and Airservices Australia are seeking feedback on the proposal to install an ILS for aircraft landing at the northern end of the main runway (Runway 14).
Four flying enthusiasts are a step closer to a career in aviation after being presented with Airservices Learn to Fly Scholarships yesterday.
Airservices Australia has been recognised for excellence and innovation in air traffic control training at the Transport and Logistics Industry Skills Council (TLISC) Awards for Excellence last night.
The Federal Member for Durack Melissa Price MP today officially opened an aviation rescue fire fighting station at Newman Airport, Western Australia – which together with the introduction of a new aviation fire service at Newman, provides an added layer of safety to all users of the airport.
Your article ‘Jobs risk for flight schools’ (Thursday, 26 March 2015) failed to include a right of reply from Airservices in response to claimed potential impacts to flight training at Adelaide Airport.
Specialist aviation rescue fire fighters played a key role in the final flight of Qantas’ record making Boeing 747-400 when it flew to the Illawarra Regional Airport, near Wollongong, on 8 March.
Women interested in a career in aviation will get a look behind-the-scenes at Airservices air traffic control centres this week as part of Women in Aviation Week Worldwide.
General Manager Learning Academy Linda Spurr took out top honours in the Emerging Leader in the Public Sector category in the 2015 NAB Women’s Agenda Leadership Awards on Thursday 26 February 2015.
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, Warren Truss MP, yesterday announced a trial being led by Airservices Australia to more closely track flights in oceanic areas.
Australia’s air navigation service provider, Airservices Australia is showcasing the diverse range of professions on offer at the organisation at the Australian International Airshow, Avalon Airport.
Thales Australia has been chosen to commence work with Airservices Australia and the Royal Australian Air Force on the development of a single civil-military air traffic management system.
Aviators and visitors attending this year’s Australian International Airshow at Avalon Airport, near Geelong Victoria, will have Airservices staff working hard behind-the-scenes to ensure that safety at the airshow is the number one priority.
Airservices Australia has introduced further initiatives at Brisbane and Perth Airports as part of its Airport Capacity Enhancement program that will enable an increase in the number of aircraft movements that can be safely managed at each airport.
Airservices is delivering annual fuel cost savings to airlines estimated at $18.2 million through a system introduced to reduce airborne delays, help save fuel and associated emissions, enhance safety and reduce air traffic congestion.
Airservices today reaffirmed that air traffic operations at and around Adelaide Airport would continue to be safe under changes to the way in which airspace is managed.