Airservices Chairman John Weber has today announced the appointment of Mr Kieran Pehm as Australia’s next Aircraft Noise Ombudsman.
An Airservices fire fighter with 45 years of distinguished service has been awarded the Australian Fire Service Medal in this year’s Australia Day Honours list.
Airservices Australia’s Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting Service (ARFFS) is continuing to assist with the bushfire emergency impacting on several states.
A new initiative set to deliver efficiencies worth $40 million for the aviation industry is a major step closer thanks to an historic agreement between Airservices Australia and the country’s largest airports and airlines.
Airservices Australia today released the results of its Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) into PFAS contamination at Sunshine Coast Airport. The PSI was completed to better understand potential impacts that may be directly related to Airservices’ historical use of fire fighting foam containing PFAS. The study was conducted by independent environmental consultants from GHD Pty Ltd.
With 14 sleeps left before Christmas, Airservices Australia has officially allocated Santa’s call sign – SLEIGH RIDER ONE – while also issuing a NOTAM (Notice to Airmen) to advise aircraft to keep clear of Santa as he delivers presents across Australia on Christmas Eve.
Airservices Australia’s Perth Aviation Rescue Fire Fighters were called into action yesterday to fight a large fire in a recycling factory near the airport.
Airservices has selected Searidge Technologies to for a digital aerodrome service prototype, initially to provide a contingency solution for Sydney, with potential applications at other Australian aerodromes.
Airservices Australia was proud to support the recent attendance of Horn Island Regional Airport staff to the Australian Airports Association (AAA) National Conference through its regional scholarship program.
Airservices’ Michelle Bennetts says more focus must be put on infrastructure planning if the industry is to overcome the challenges and disruption that drones will bring to the aviation ecosystem.
Airservices was proud to co-sponsor the very first Women in Airports Forum, hosted by the Australian Airports Association (AAA) on the Gold Coast ahead of its 2019 National Conference.
Airservices is pleased to partner with CASA on a program to detect and track drone activity at Australian Airports.
Executive General Manager of Air Navigation Services, Peter Curran, has today outlined Airservices’ commitment to delivering the benefits of its world class air traffic network system to regional and rural Australia.
Airservices Australia has published its 2018-19 Annual Report, which demonstrates the organisation’s performance in continuing to deliver safe and efficient services that are valued by Australia’s aviation industry today, while investing in the technology, people and infrastructure required to meet the challenges that lie ahead.
In an Australian first, Airservices Australia has launched a new rescue vehicle at Melbourne Airport which can rapidly deliver stairs to the tallest of commercial passenger planes.
The moment Clarence Schofield’s dad took him up the Sydney Air Traffic Control Tower, he knew he wanted to work there.
Airservices Australia (Airservices) today released the results of its Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) into per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) contamination at its leased sites on Cairns Airport. The PSI is part of a national PFAS Management Program and was conducted by independent consultants GHD Pty Ltd.
During routine maintenance a substance suspected to be asbestos was found in a piece of equipment in the Canberra air traffic control tower. We subsequently evacuated the tower to ensure the safety of our air traffic controllers. Alternative air traffic control services have been put in place to ensure minimal disruption to services while we […]
Airservices Australia’s Chief Executive Officer Jason Harfield today welcomed the release of the organisation’s 2019-20 Corporate Plan, which outlines Airservices continuing focus on supporting growth and innovation in Australia’s rapidly evolving aviation industry.
Airservices Australia today released the results of its on-airport Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) into per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) contamination at its leased sites on Ayers Rock (Yulara) Airport. The PSI is part of a national PFAS Management Program and was conducted by independent consultants GHD Pty Ltd.
The work of Airservices’ fire fighters in Coffs Harbour to keep the airport and its passengers safe has been showcased in the Coffs Harbour Airport Magazine.