A pioneering new trial led by Airservices Australia will use advanced satellite positioning to guide aircraft to within a few metres, improving safety and efficiency in our skies.
A dedicated team of air traffic controllers worked closely with Qantas for several months to ensure the success of the first nonstop flight from Australia to the United Kingdom on 24 March. The team left nothing to chance, aware that QF9 would be departing Perth Airport at its maximum take-off weight loaded with 110,000 litres […]
Airservices Australia has this week opened its latest round of recruitment for fit and capable residents from across Australia to join its ranks as airport fire fighters.
For International Women’s Day, a range of talented women working in various roles across Airservices Australia have shared their personal stories to inspire and encourage others to pursue careers in aviation—an industry not always seen as an obvious career path for women.
Airservices has not received any complaint from Mr Shedden regarding his recent allegations about Airservices environmental management practices at Darwin Airport. The first Airservices heard of these allegations by Mr Shedden was via the media.
Airservices Australia and the Department of Defence have this week signed contracts signifying a major milestone in unifying the nation’s civil and military air traffic management systems.
Airservices Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting Services (ARFFS) operates at 26 of the busiest airports across Australia providing a vital layer of safety to the aviation industry and the travelling public.
Airservices is pleased to announce that we have finalised the development of a training package for Universal Communication (UNICOM) services, to contribute to enriching the value of information available to non-controlled aerodromes.
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.
Airservices preparations for Santa’s visit to Australia on 24 December, one of the busiest nights of the year for our air traffic controllers, are well underway.
Airservices Australia, the nation’s air traffic control services provider, has begun preparations for Santa’s visit to Australia on Christmas Eve.
Airservices has listened to the concerns raised by the community regarding changes to the flight path for aircraft arriving into or departing from Hobart Airport onto standard routes called Standard Terminal Arrival Routes (STARs) and Standard Instrument Departure routes (SIDs).
Airservices Australia Chief Executive Officer Jason Harfield addressed delegates at the Australian Airports Association National Conference this morning (15 November 2017). The four day conference is being held in Adelaide and is Australia’s biggest annual aviation conference and exhibition attracting more than 600 delegates from the aviation and airport industry. During his address, Mr Harfield […]
Airservices Australia Chief Executive Officer Jason Harfield addressed delegates at the Regional Aviation Association of Australia’s National Convention this afternoon.
Airservices Australia recently completed a targeted PFAS investigation at the eastern side of Gold Coast Airport, including sampling spear bores of properties adjacent to the Airport, to better understand any potential off-airport impacts which may be directly related to historic aviation fire fighting operations.
Airservices Chief Executive Officer Jason Harfield welcomed the publication of Airservices Australia’s 2016–17 Annual Report, which demonstrates Airservices significant transformation after a year of intense change.
Airservices is aware the Gold Coast City Council is conducting its own targeted monitoring program and has recently released the results of their sampling.
Airservices experienced a software issue affecting Sydney Airport’s air traffic control and management system, resulting in major disruptions to flight operations this morning.
Five additional weather camera sites have been added to the Airservices website portal with the support of local airports and the Bureau of Meteorology.
Airservices Australia has added six new sites to its weather camera portal which allows pilots to view actual weather conditions at locations across the country.
An aircraft landing system known as SmartPath has been activated at Melbourne Airport with the new installation being the second of its type in the southern hemisphere.