Better runway operations, a smoother running air traffic control network and programs to improve the predictability of aircraft arrivals rates.
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.
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.
Thirty two air traffic controllers graduated in Brisbane from a 24-month intensive program on 4 March 2016.
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.
Brisbane Airport at night.
Airservices invites those looking for an exciting career in aviation to explore Airservices diverse career opportunities at the Aviation Careers Expo in Brisbane on 22 August 2015.
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 Australia has signed a contract worth approximately $20 million with Saab Sensis to install the latest digital technology into air traffic control towers at the Gold Coast, Perth, Cairns and Brisbane airports.
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 exhibiting at the FOGS Indigenous Employment and Careers Expo in Brisbane on Thursday 18 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.
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.
Airservices Australia’s close cooperation with the aviation industry has delivered a significant boost to runway efficiency at Brisbane Airport, bringing its performance closer to the world’s best.
An A330 lands at Brisbane Airport on Runway 19. Also pictured is one component of an instrument landing system, the localiser array.
Ash plumes resulting from an eruption of Sangeang Api in Indonesia on 30 May have continued to dissipate. Flights in and out of Darwin are expected to resume this afternoon.
All non-emergency flights in and out of Darwin have been suspended. Flights heading through northern Australia to overseas destinations are being re-routed.
Update – A number of aircraft were delayed earlier this afternoon due to a technical fault in our main air traffic control centre in Brisbane.
Aircraft are being delayed this afternoon due to a technical fault at our main air traffic control centre in Brisbane.
Aviation Fire Fighter Guy Bolton from Queensland was presented with the Silver Axe Award for the most outstanding recruit of the course on 9 December 2013, and will now join the ARFF service at Brisbane Airport.
Airservices Australia has presented awards to mark the International Day of the Air Traffic Controller.
Airservices will play an integral role to demonstrate air traffic management by assisting Emirates to show how improved air traffic management can reduce the impact of aviation on the environment.
Air traffic controllers at Brisbane Airport will now be able to see and identify every aircraft across all runways and taxiways following the commissioning of an advanced surface movement and ground control system.
Tropical weather in south-east Queensland has caused disruptions to flights today.