Airservices latest group of 15 technical trainees have graduated from the TAFE NSW Riverina Institute with a Diploma of Engineering at a ceremony in Wagga Wagga yesterday.
Airservices Chair, Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston today addressed the 600 plus delegates at this year’s Australian Airports Association (AAA) National Conference held at the Gold Coast.
Twenty five new aviation rescue fire fighters will commence work at airports around the country next week following their graduation from Airservices Learning Academy in Melbourne today.
Safety and efficiency improvements in Airservices delivery of air traffic control, aviation rescue fire fighting and air navigation services to customers has been reported in the organisation’s Annual Report 2013–14.
Airservices Australia will save more than 30 million litres of drinking water each year, following the commissioning of a water recycling plant at its hot fire training ground facility in Melbourne.
Thirty-eight new air traffic controllers will take up their positions across the country to keep Australia’s skies safe after their graduation from an intensive 18-month training course.
Airservices has today announced it will contribute $30 000 to assist the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) complete its restoration of the Southern Cross II.
Airservices will make two airspace changes at Gold Coast Airport in the next two months to improve noise impacts for local residents and enhance the safety and efficiency of air services to the airport.
Airservices aviation rescue fire fighting staff will be supporting young people living with cancer by collecting donations during National Bandanna Day on Friday 31 October.
Airservices Australia has presented awards to two air traffic controllers to mark the International Day of the Air Traffic Controller on Monday 20 October.
The 2014 Regional Aviation Association of Australia (RAAA) National Conference was held in the Hunter Valley.
Airservices will be an exhibitor at the ‘Skills West Expo’ from Thursday 18 September to Saturday 20 September.
Airservices will be exhibiting at the FOGS Indigenous Employment and Careers Expo in Brisbane on Thursday 18 September.
Airservices will fit the latest digital technology to existing air traffic control towers in the Gold Coast, Perth, Cairns and Brisbane as part of the continuing implementation of this world-leading technology around Australia.
A revised air route structure between Melbourne and Cairns is now in place as part of ongoing efforts by Airservices to make the safety of the Australian travelling public its highest priority.
More than 200 industry partners, customers, stakeholders and staff attended Airservices annual industry consultation forum, Waypoint, in Canberra on Thursday 4 September.
Airservices is proud to be sponsoring this years annual Aviation Careers Expo to be held at Brisbane Airport on Saturday 23 August 2014 from 10am – 4pm.
Twenty three new aviation rescue fire fighters will commence work at airports around the country next week following their graduation from Airservices Learning Academy in Melbourne today.
Airservices air traffic controllers in Melbourne and Sydney helped guide the first Airbus A350 XWB (Extra Wide Body) to visit Australia into Sydney Airport this morning, where it landed on Runway 34L shortly after 6.30 am.
Airservices aviation rescue fire fighters from Darwin displayed one of the station’s Mk8 Panther ultra-large fire vehicles at the Royal Darwin Show, held between 24–27 July.
Airservices today announced plans to install 13 new Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) ground stations to enhance its coverage of satellite-based air traffic surveillance in Australia’s airspace.