Airservices ready and waiting for Santa to visit Australia

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Airservices ready and waiting for Santa to visit Australia

22 Dec 2016

Airservices has today released a video showing the flight path that Santa will take this week that enables him to visit more than nine million homes on Christmas Eve. Santa’s flight path specifies where he will fly on Christmas Eve along with the technology that is fitted to his sleigh.

Graduate Euan Harrison

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Graduate Euan Harrison

22 Nov 2016

Graduate Euan Harrison was presented the Don Charlwood Award, an award presented to the most outstanding graduate who demonstrates technical and professional excellence

ATC welcomes SIA to Canberra

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ATC welcomes SIA to Canberra

22 Sep 2016

Airservices air traffic controllers and aviation rescue fire fighters welcomed the inaugural Singapore Airlines’ international flight to the nation’s capital on 21 September.

CivSec 2016 Conference

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CivSec 2016 Conference

7 Jun 2016

Airservices Senior Advisor, Safety Programs, Mark Rossiter presents at the CivSec 2016 conference in Melbourne on 1 June, launching the operational concept for the safe and efficient management of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems within the controlled airspace environment.

32 trainee air traffic controllers reach key career milestone

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32 trainee air traffic controllers reach key career milestone

4 Mar 2016

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.

ATC graduation March 2016

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ATC graduation March 2016

4 Mar 2016

Graduate David Ricketts is the recipient of the Don Charlwood Award, an award presented to the most outstanding graduate, demonstrating technical and professional excellence. David works as an en route controller in Brisbane. Award presented on 4 March 2016. Pictured alongside Linda Spurr, Airservices General Manager Learning Academy.

OneSKY Australia—one step closer

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OneSKY Australia—one step closer

25 Feb 2016

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.

Gold Coast ILS approval

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Gold Coast ILS approval

25 Jan 2016

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.

Airservices releases Santa’s flight path

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Airservices releases Santa’s flight path

21 Dec 2015

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 Santa Commanders 2015

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Airservices Santa Commanders 2015

15 Dec 2015

Airservices Santa Commanders Toby and Jackson discover how many flights operate in Australian airspace at any one time as they start planning Santa’s flight path for 2015.

Santa visits Airservices 2015

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Santa visits Airservices 2015

15 Dec 2015

The radar picture of Santa (in dark green) flying in our airspace heading to Melbourne. Santa uses the call sign ‘Sleighrider 1’, which is abbreviated on screen as ‘SLRDR1’.

Santa visits Airservices 2015

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Santa visits Airservices 2015

15 Dec 2015

Santa checks out our air traffic control facility and talks with some of the controllers who will be keeping him safe, and on time, on Christmas Eve.

Santa visits Airservices 2015

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Santa visits Airservices 2015

15 Dec 2015

Santa checks out our air traffic control facility and talks with some of the controllers who will be keeping him safe, and on time, on Christmas Eve.

Airservices air traffic control graduates take to the skies

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Airservices air traffic control graduates take to the skies

4 Dec 2015

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.

Waypoint 2015

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Waypoint 2015

3 Dec 2015

Acting CEO Jason Harfield officially opens Airservices annual industry Waypoint conference in Canberra.

Waypoint 2015

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Waypoint 2015

3 Dec 2015

Acting CEO Jason Harfield officially opens Airservices annual industry Waypoint conference in Canberra.

Happy 95th birthday Qantas

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Happy 95th birthday Qantas

16 Nov 2015

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.

Retro Roo II_Photo by Rob Finlayson

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Retro Roo II_Photo by Rob Finlayson

16 Nov 2015

Happy 95th birthday Qantas. The airline one of its Boeing 737-800s in an early 1960’s colour scheme as part of its birthday celebrations. Photo by Rob Finlayson.

Safeskies 2015

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Safeskies 2015

23 Sep 2015

Airservices Acting Chief Executive Officer, Jason Harfield, presents as part of a panel session of ‘The Aviation Policy Group Perspective’ at the biennial Safeskies Conference in Canberra on 23 September.

Safety first in Tasmania

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Safety first in Tasmania

2 Sep 2015

Flying into and out of Tasmania is safe and continues to be safe, Australia’s air traffic control provider has reaffirmed today.

Asia Pacific region leads the world in global aircraft tracking

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Asia Pacific region leads the world in global aircraft tracking

24 Aug 2015

Passengers flying across the Pacific Ocean between Australia, New Zealand and the United States can feel secure that their flight will be more frequently tracked due to close cooperation between Airservices Australia, Airways New Zealand and the United States’ Federal Aviation Administration.

Tasmanian airspace is safe

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Tasmanian airspace is safe

23 Aug 2015

Airservices is confident that Tasmanian airspace is safe. The travelling public can be assured that all passenger flights in Tasmania are supported by continuous air traffic services delivered by highly trained air traffic controllers helping to keep them safe at all times.

Mt Macedon En Route Radar

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Mt Macedon En Route Radar

21 Aug 2015

The en route or secondary radar at Mt Macedon being replaced under Airservices En Route Radar Replacement Program. Airservices uses en route radar to assist with separation of aircraft in controlled airspace

Tabletop En Route Radar

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Tabletop En Route Radar

14 Aug 2015

En route or secondary radar at Tabletop near Townsville. Airservices uses en route radar to assist with separation of aircraft in controlled airspace.

Tabletop En Route Radar

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Tabletop En Route Radar

14 Aug 2015

En route or secondary radar at Tabletop near Townsville. Airservices uses en route radar to assist with separation of aircraft in controlled airspace.

Response to The Australian

Letter To The Editor

Response to The Australian

22 Jul 2015

We note your correction and apology to Sir Angus published in the Weekend Australian on 18 July 2015 in response to our correspondence of 17 July. It is disappointing that following the apology, your revised online article still misrepresents Airservices position on a number of points and has introduced new inaccuracies.

Response to The Australian

Letter To The Editor

Response to The Australian

14 Jul 2015

Dear Mr Mathieson, Your article today, ‘Air safety body fails to follow own plan’ (14 July 2015) has several inaccuracies and continues to make misleading claims about Airservices and aviation safety in Tasmania. The article and headline assert that the Tasmanian Wide Area Multilateration (WAM) ‘radar’ system did not meet its intended objectives. As we […]

Response to The Australian

Letter To The Editor

Response to The Australian

13 Jul 2015

Two recent articles in The Australian, ‘Radical overhaul to deliver safer skies’ (11 July 2015) and ‘Pilots back reforms for air space overhaul’ (13 July 2015) continue to make false and misleading claims about air traffic services in Australia and about Airservices Australia.

Airservices makes civil aviation history with Air Force Heron

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Airservices makes civil aviation history with Air Force Heron

3 Jul 2015

Airservices Australia last week made civil aviation history when for the first time its air traffic controllers safely guided a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) remotely-operated aircraft, commonly referred to as a ‘drone’, through civilian airspace ahead of next week’s Exercise Talisman Sabre.

Response to The Australian

Letter To The Editor

Response to The Australian

1 Jul 2015

The Australian’s article today ‘Houston declines to explain executive bonuses’ (Wednesday 1 July 2015) continues to make inaccurate and misleading claims about Airservices.

Airservices shares insights into OneSKY at CANSO Global ATM Summit

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Airservices shares insights into OneSKY at CANSO Global ATM Summit

16 Jun 2015

Airservices Chief Executive Officer Margaret Staib presented at Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation’s (CANSO) air traffic management summit in South Africa on Monday 15 June 2015. Held in Durban from 14-16 June, CANSO’s Global ATM Summit focused on four aspects of strengthening air traffic management—economics, technology, infrastructure and regulatory. The summit focused on what is […]

Gold Coast ILS Major Development Plan released for public comment

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Gold Coast ILS Major Development Plan released for public comment

20 Apr 2015

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).

TLISC Innovation and Excellence in Workforce Development (Aviation) award

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TLISC Innovation and Excellence in Workforce Development (Aviation) award

10 Apr 2015

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 on 9 April. Pictured left to right is Chad Burke (Initial Training Manager), Lorelle Black (Tower Team Leader), Steven Clarke (Air Traffic Services Head of School), Linda Spurr (GM Learning Academy), Charles Robinson (Operational Training Manager – Melbourne) and Fiona Lawton (Operational Training Manager – Brisbane).

Aircraft tracking

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Aircraft tracking

2 Mar 2015

Graphic showing airspace managed by Australia, Indonesia and Malaysian air traffic control providers

Aircraft tracking

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Aircraft tracking

2 Mar 2015

Graphic showing how Automatic Dependent Surveillance Contract (ADS-C) works to provide positional information to air traffic controllers

OneSKY Australia program

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OneSKY Australia program

27 Feb 2015

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.

OneSKY Australia program

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OneSKY Australia program

27 Feb 2015

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.

OneSKY Australia program

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OneSKY Australia program

27 Feb 2015

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.

OneSKY Australia program

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OneSKY Australia program

27 Feb 2015

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.

OneSKY Australia program

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OneSKY Australia program

27 Feb 2015

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.

Santa visits Airservices

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Santa visits Airservices

12 Dec 2014

Santa recently took the time to visit Australia and tour our facilities to ensure that everything was set for his visit on Christmas Eve.

Santa visits Airservices Australia

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Santa visits Airservices Australia

12 Dec 2014

Santa visited Airservices air traffic control facility in Melbourne recently ahead of his visit on Christmas. Mr Claus check outs Airservices’ Melbourne control tower to which he will talk to on Christmas Eve.

Santa visits Airservices Australia

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Santa visits Airservices Australia

12 Dec 2014

Ahead of Santa’s flight this Christmas Eve, he visited Airservices’ air traffic control tower in Melbourne to talk to controllers. Airservices has been busy preparing for Santa’s visit to Australia on Christmas Eve, one of the busiest nights of the year for air traffic controllers.

Santa visits Airservices Australia

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Santa visits Airservices Australia

12 Dec 2014

In preparation for Santa’s flight on Christmas Eve, he visited Airservices facilities in Melbourne. Santa talked to our air traffic controllers, who he will be in contact with on Christmas Eve as he delivers presents across Australia.

Santa visits Airservices Australia

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Santa visits Airservices Australia

12 Dec 2014

Santa recently visited the Airservices air traffic control facilities in Melbourne ahead of his flight on Christmas Eve. Santa took a look at the Melbourne control tower at night.

November 2014 Don Charlwood Award winner

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November 2014 Don Charlwood Award winner

10 Nov 2014

Air traffic control graduate Guy Lewin is the recipient of the Don Charlwood Award, an award presented to the most outstanding graduate, demonstrating technical and professional excellence. Guy works in East Coast Services North–Capricornia and is based in Brisbane. Pictured with Neil Edwards, Chairman Airservices Board of Training, Greg Hood, EGM Air Traffic Control, Margaret Staib, Airservices CEO and Linda Spurr, GM Learning Academy.

Airservices welcomes the A350 to Australia

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Airservices welcomes the A350 to Australia

5 Aug 2014

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.

A350 departs Sydney

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A350 departs Sydney

5 Aug 2014

Airservices air traffic controllers in Melbourne and Sydney helped guide the first Airbus A350 to visit Australia across to New Zealand.

A350 visits Sydney

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A350 visits Sydney

5 Aug 2014

Airservices air traffic controllers in Melbourne and Sydney helped guide the first Airbus A350 to visit Australia into Sydney Airport, where it landed on Runway 34L shortly after 6.30 am.

Commissioning of SmartPath at Sydney Airport

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Commissioning of SmartPath at Sydney Airport

2 Jul 2014

Pictured left to right: Nickolas Varvaris, Member for Barton, the Hon. Warren Truss, Deputy Prime Minister, Gordon Young, Senior Engineering Specialist and Mark Rodwell, Acting Chief Executive Officer for Airservices.

Commissioning of SmartPath at Sydney Airport

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Commissioning of SmartPath at Sydney Airport

2 Jul 2014

Pictured left to right: Tony Mathews, Airservices Board Member, Gareth Evans, Qantas Chief Financial Officer, Kerrie Mather, Sydney Airport CEO, Mark Rodwell, Acting Chief Executive Officer for Airservices, the Hon. Warren Truss, Deputy Prime Minister and Brian Davis, Vice President, Airlines, Asia Pacific, Honeywell Aerospace.

SmartPath at Sydney Airport

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SmartPath at Sydney Airport

2 Jul 2014

The SmartPath technology (otherwise known as a Ground Based Augmentation System, GBAS), is a precision approach and landing system allowing suitably equipped aircraft to land within one metre of the runway centre line in low visibility conditions.

SmartPath at Sydney Airport

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SmartPath at Sydney Airport

2 Jul 2014

The SmartPath technology (otherwise known as a Ground Based Augmentation System, GBAS), is a precision approach and landing system allowing suitably equipped aircraft to land within one metre of the runway centre line in low visibility conditions.

SmartPath at Sydney Airport

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SmartPath at Sydney Airport

2 Jul 2014

The SmartPath technology (otherwise known as a Ground Based Augmentation System, GBAS), is a precision approach and landing system allowing suitably equipped aircraft to land within one metre of the runway centre line in low visibility conditions.

SmartPath at Sydney Airport

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SmartPath at Sydney Airport

2 Jul 2014

The SmartPath technology (otherwise known as a Ground Based Augmentation System, GBAS), is a precision approach and landing system allowing suitably equipped aircraft to land within one metre of the runway centre line in low visibility conditions.

SmartPath at Sydney Airport

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SmartPath at Sydney Airport

2 Jul 2014

The SmartPath technology (otherwise known as a Ground Based Augmentation System, GBAS), is a precision approach and landing system allowing suitably equipped aircraft to land within one metre of the runway centre line in low visibility conditions.

Perth air traffic contol tower

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Perth air traffic contol tower

5 Jun 2014

Airservices air traffic control tower at Perth Airport. The tower is Australia’s tallest air traffic control tower at 80m and was constructed in 1987.

Aircraft at Sydney Airport

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Aircraft at Sydney Airport

5 Jun 2014

Aircraft landing at Sydney Airport. Sydney Airport is Australia’s busiest airport and sees around 36 million passengers annually.

Sydney air traffic control

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Sydney air traffic control

5 Jun 2014

Air traffic controllers at Sydney Tower. Tower controllers are responsible for all aircraft and vehicle movements on the taxi ways, runways and in the immediate vicinity of the aerodrome

Sydney air traffic control

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Sydney air traffic control

5 Jun 2014

Inside Airservices Sydney Tower. Tower controllers are responsible for all aircraft and vehicle movements on the taxi ways, runways and in the immediate vicinity of the aerodrome

Perth air traffic control tower

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Perth air traffic control tower

5 Jun 2014

Sunrise at Perth Airport. In the background is Airservices air traffic control tower. The tower is Australia’s tallest air traffic control tower at 80m and was constructed in 1987.

Air traffic controller

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Air traffic controller

30 May 2014

Tower controllers work in the control tower at an aerodrome where they are responsible for all aircraft and vehicle movements on the taxi ways, runways and in the immediate vicinity of the aerodrome.

Adelaide air traffic control tower

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Adelaide air traffic control tower

23 May 2014

Airservices control tower at Adelaide Airport. The tower is 44m tall and was officially opened in August 2013. The tower is equipped with the latest state of the art technology.

Instrument landing system

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Instrument landing system

2 Jan 2014

The localiser array – instrument landing system (ILS) at Wagga Wagga Airport. An ILS allows aircraft to land at an airport when there is poor or low visibility.

Instrument landing system

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Instrument landing system

1 Jan 2014

The localiser array – instrument landing system (ILS) at Wagga Wagga Airport. An ILS allows aircraft to land at an airport when there is poor or low visibility.

Broome tower and fire station

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Broome tower and fire station

1 Jan 2014

Airservices Broome air traffic control and aviation fire rescue facility. The facility was officially opened in July 2012 and is the only combined facility of its type in Australia.

Broome tower and fire station

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Broome tower and fire station

1 Jan 2014

Airservices Broome air traffic control and aviation fire rescue facility. The facility was officially opened in July 2012 and is the only combined facility of its type in Australia.

Cairns Terminal Area Radar

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Cairns Terminal Area Radar

1 Jan 2014

Terminal area radar at Cairns, Queensland. Airservices uses terminal area radar, as well as en route radar, to assist with separation of aircraft in controlled airspace.

Melbourne air traffic control tower

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Melbourne air traffic control tower

1 Jan 2014

Airservices air traffic control tower at Melbourne Airport featuring touch-screen technology. The tower features 28 customised touch screens to provide information to air traffic controllers to perform operational tasks.

Instrument landing system

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Instrument landing system

1 Jan 2014

The glide path component of an instrument landing system (ILS). An ILS allows aircraft to land at an airport when there is poor or low visibility.

Terminal area radar

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Terminal area radar

1 Jan 2014

Terminal area radar on top of Mt Majura. Airservices uses terminal area radar, as well as en route radar, to assist with separation of aircraft in controlled airspace.

Sydney terminal area radar

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Sydney terminal area radar

1 Jan 2014

The Sydney Terminal Area Radar (TAR). The white-coloured dome covers the spinning radar head protecting it from the coastal elements.

Adelaide air traffic control tower

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Adelaide air traffic control tower

1 Jan 2014

Airservices control tower at Adelaide Airport. The tower is 44m tall and was officially opened in August 2013. The tower is equipped with the latest state of the art technology.

Sydney air traffic control tower

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Sydney air traffic control tower

1 Jan 2014

Air traffic controllers at Sydney Tower. Tower controllers are responsible for all aircraft and vehicle movements on the taxi ways, runways and in the immediate vicinity of the aerodrome.

Alice Springs ILS

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Alice Springs ILS

1 Jan 2014

Instrument landing system (ILS) at Alice Springs Airport. Pictured is the glidepath tower – one of two transmitters that makes up the ILS.

Alice Springs ILS

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Alice Springs ILS

1 Jan 2014

Airservices instrument landing system (ILS) at Alice Springs Airport. Pictured is the localiser array – one of two transmitters that makes up the ILS.

Instrument landing system

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Instrument landing system

1 Jan 2014

The glide slope tower – a component of the instrument landing system (ILS) at Wagga Wagga Airport. The glide path component of an instrument landing system (ILS). An ILS allows aircraft to land at an airport when there is poor or low visibility.

Sydney air traffic control tower

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Sydney air traffic control tower

1 Jan 2014

Inside Airservices air traffic control tower at Sydney Airport. Tower controllers are responsible for all aircraft and vehicle movements on the taxi ways, runways and in the immediate vicinity of the aerodrome.

Terminal area radar

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Terminal area radar

1 Jan 2014

The Sydney terminal area radar (TAR). The white-coloured dome covers the spinning radar head protecting it from the coastal elements.

Terminal area radar

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Terminal area radar

1 Jan 2014

The Sydney terminal area radar (TAR). The white-coloured dome covers the spinning radar head protecting it from the coastal elements.

Terminal area radar

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Terminal area radar

1 Jan 2014

The Sydney terminal area radar (TAR). The white-coloured dome covers the spinning radar head protecting it from the coastal elements.

Air traffic control

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Air traffic control

1 Jan 2014

A surface movement contorller in Mackay Tower. Tower controllers are responsible for all aircraft and vehicle movements on the taxi ways, runways and in the immediate vicinity of the aerodrome.

En route radar

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En route radar

1 Jan 2014

Secondary surveillance radar. Airservices uses en route, as well as terminal area radar, to assist with separation of aircraft in controlled airspace.

Terminal area radar

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Terminal area radar

1 Jan 2014

The terminal area radar near Perth Airport. Airservices uses terminal area radar, as well as en route radar, to assist with separation of aircraft in controlled airspace.

Greg Hood

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Greg Hood

1 Jan 2014

Airservices Executive General Manager, Air Traffic Control, Mr. Greg Hood.

Santa visits Airservices – 2013

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Santa visits Airservices – 2013

16 Dec 2013

Santa visited Airservices air traffic control facility in Melbourne recently ahead of his visit on Christmas. Mr Claus check outs Airservices’ brand new control tower which he will talk to on Christmas Eve.

Santa visits Airservices – 2013

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Santa visits Airservices – 2013

16 Dec 2013

Santa visited Airservices air traffic control facility in Melbourne recently ahead of his visit on Christmas. Mr Claus check outs Airservices’ brand new control tower to which he will talk to on Christmas Eve.

Santa visits Airservices – 2013

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Santa visits Airservices – 2013

16 Dec 2013

Santa Claus check outs Airservices Learning Academy’s 360-degree tower visual simulator displaying the representation of Cairns Airport where he will visit on Christmas Eve.

Santa visits Airservices – 2013

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Santa visits Airservices – 2013

16 Dec 2013

Santa visited Airservices air traffic control facility in Melbourne recently ahead of his visit on Christmas. Mr Claus check outs Airservices’ Learning Academy and the en route controller simulator.

Santa visits Airservices – 2013

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Santa visits Airservices – 2013

16 Dec 2013

Santa visited Airservices air traffic control facility in Melbourne ahead of his visit. This screen image shows Santa appearing on Airservices radar screen during his recent visit flying in his sleigh with the call sign of ‘Sleighrider 1’.

Delays at Melbourne Airport

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Delays at Melbourne Airport

16 Dec 2013

Passengers are advised to expect delays to flights arriving and departing Melbourne this morning due to technical issues at our control tower at Melbourne Airport.

Instrument landing system upgrade for Sydney

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Instrument landing system upgrade for Sydney

22 Feb 2013

Airservices has commenced upgrade works on the existing instrument landing system (ILS) installed on the main runway at Sydney to enable enhanced navigation for pilots during low visibility conditions.

Airservices makes skies safe for pilots

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Airservices makes skies safe for pilots

4 Feb 2013

If you see a low-flying aircraft in your area this month, don’t be alarmed, chances are it’s Airservices Flight Inspection Service (FIS) checking the navigational aids used by pilots daily.

One year to go for mandatory ADS-B fitment

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One year to go for mandatory ADS-B fitment

18 Dec 2012

Business jet operators and airlines are being urged to get fitted with Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) technology, with now less than a year until the deadline for mandatory fitment.

Airservices makes skies safe for pilots

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Airservices makes skies safe for pilots

29 Oct 2012

If you see a low-flying aircraft in your area this month, don’t be alarmed, chances are it’s Airservices Flight Inspection Service (FIS) checking the navigational aids used by pilots daily.

Airservices welcomes Scoot to Sydney

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Airservices welcomes Scoot to Sydney

5 Jun 2012

Airservices air traffic controllers and aviation fire fighters have welcomed Singapore Airlines’ low-cost offshoot, Scoot Airlines, on its inaugural flight to Sydney this morning.