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 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 Australia and Emirates Airline this week marked the 10-year anniversary of the Flex Tracks program for flights between Emirates’ Dubai hub and its Australian network.
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.
he first stage of a new collaborative approach to industry-wide air traffic management in Australia has seen positive results for airlines, with an average reduction of five minutes flight time per flight on the Melbourne-Sydney city pair.