Airservices today released the results from its seafood sampling program conducted in the Cobaki Broadwater adjacent to the Gold Coast Airport.
Airservices today announced it will begin conducting a seafood sampling program this week in the Cobaki Broadwater adjacent to the Gold Coast Airport.
In July, Airservices engaged an independent environmental consultant, GHD Pty Ltd, to conduct a preliminary site investigation at Gold Coast Airport.
Airservices air traffic controllers and aviation rescue fire fighters welcomed the inaugural Singapore Airlines’ international flight to the nation’s capital on 21 September.
Airservices Aviation Rescue Fire Fighters today participated and hosted this year’s Melbourne Airport Emergency Exercise at the our state-of-the-art Hot Fire Training Ground in Melbourne.
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.
Airservices Australia Chief Fire Officer Glenn Wood speaking at Waypoint 2016
Our Gladstone Aviation Rescue Fire Fighters this week donated $10,000 to the emergency department at Gladstone Hospital.
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 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.
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.
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.
Airservices ARFF fire fighters inspect the wheel brakes of Qantas’ 747-400 shortly after landing at the Illawarra Regional Airport, near Wollongong, on 8 March. Photo by Seth Jaworski.
Airservices ARFF fire fighters inspect the wheel brakes of Qantas’ 747-400 shortly after landing at the Illawarra Regional Airport, near Wollongong, on 8 March. Photo by Senior Firefighter Shane Bonsall Fire & Rescue NSW.