Airservices will conduct a short study in Perth to compare modelled and actual aircraft noise data as part of the organisation’s ongoing efforts to explore opportunities to reduce aircraft noise.
Airservices has thanked aircraft operators who have fitted their aircraft with satellite technology that improves safety and efficiency ahead of mandates set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).
Brisbane Airport (BNE) has been named one of the world’s most punctual airports in the 2015 OAG flightview Punctuality League Report: On-time performance (OTP) results for airlines and airports.
Today the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development, the Hon. Warren Truss MP, approved the installation of an instrument landing system (ILS) at Gold Coast Airport.
A 12-month trial of a flight path for Gold Coast Airport southern departures has demonstrated that the change did not deliver the intended noise improvement for residents.
Santa departed Australian airspace in the early hours of the morning and thanked Airservices and the Santa Commanders for all their help in 2015.
Airservices air traffic controllers have checked their lists twice in the countdown to Christmas to make sure that all is set for Santa’s visit as preparations in the North-Pole for the departure of Santa, Rudolf and the reindeer are finalised.
Airservices has today released a video showing the flight path that Santa will take on Christmas Eve. And for the first time, Australia’s provider of air traffic control services has received a helping hand from a group of Aussie kids.
Airservices preparations for Santa’s visit to Australia on 24 December—one of the busiest nights of the year for air traffic controllers—are well underway, with Santa today lodging his flight plan.
Australia’s provider of air traffic control services, Airservices Australia, is gearing up for Santa’s visit to Australia on Christmas Eve and this year a team of Aussie kids will get an inside look at what it takes to prepare for one of the busiest nights of the year in our airspace.
Airservices has enhanced the delivery of safe and efficient air traffic control following the graduation of 38 new controllers from a 24-month intensive program that has given them the skills to manage the safe and efficient flow of aircraft into, out of, and across Australian airspace.
Airservices has today launched a portal to help tell the story behind Australia’s rich aviation heritage and to make widely-dispersed heritage collections accessible to the public for the first time in a digital format.
Airservices today outlined its program of transformation to help shape the future of aviation in Australia.
Twelve new Airservices technical trainees have graduated from an intense training program that has given them the skills to maintain Australia’s air navigation and surveillance equipment and keep our skies safe.
Eighteen new aviation rescue fire fighters will start work next week at airports around the country providing a vital first response to airport emergencies and ensuring the safety of airport users.
We wished Qantas a very happy 95th birthday on 16 November with a special message attached to the landing clearance given to the ‘Retro Roo II’ on its arrival at Sydney Airport.
Airservices Australia has received international recognition for its contribution in leading the development of new global aviation safety standards and monitoring programs, helping to further enhance aviation safety around the world.
Airservices Australia, the national air navigation services provider, continued to make significant investment in delivering a safer and more efficient national airways system in 2014-15, as outlined in its Annual Report published today.
Airservices aviation fire fighters are supporting young people living with cancer with fundraising during National Bandanna Day (30 October).
The opportunities for Airservices to continue its transformation to meet the challenges currently facing the industry were the focus of Acting Chief Executive Officer Jason Harfield’s speech to the Regional Aviation Association of Australia’s annual conference this afternoon.
Airservices Chair, Air Chief Marshal Sir Angus Houston AK, AFC (Ret’d), presented at the Regional Aviation Association of Australia’s annual conference this morning.