A job in air traffic control can be rewarding, stimulating and flexible, with plenty of opportunity for career progression no matter your background or life experience.
Airservices has won an award for best federal government IT project of the year at iTnews’ 2019 Benchmark Awards for its huge IaaS overhaul.
A significant milestone will be reached today when the Instrument Landing System (ILS) is switched on at Gold Coast Airport to help pilots land during severe weather conditions.
Airservices Australia today released the results of its Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) into per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) contamination at its leased sites on Canberra Airport. The PSI is part of a national PFAS Management Program and was conducted by independent consultants AECOM Australia.
Today Airservices Australia celebrated a sod-turning ceremony to start the construction of their new Air Traffic Service Centre extension in Melbourne.
Airservices Australia has commenced a new partnership with Griffith University Aviation School—contributing to our leadership role in fostering and promoting civil aviation in Australia.
One of our longest serving Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting Services (ARFFS) staff member recently celebrated his 49th working anniversary with the awarding of the Australian Fire Service Medal on Australia Day.
Airservices Australia were pleased to be one of the host workplaces during the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) 2019 which saw students come from all over the country to participate in a 12-day intensive youth program in Brisbane, hosted by The University of Queensland.
In a concerted effort to maintain Australia’s world-leading safety record, Australia’s three government aviation agencies are hosting the inaugural FlySafe 2019 Aviation Safety Forum at the Australian International Airshow next month.
Airservices Australia will release a Request for Information (RFI) for noise information management services this month. This exercise seeks to understand current market capabilities of vendors that are able to provide noise information management services.
As Airservices Australia is currently recruiting for experienced air traffic controllers, this inspiring story by air traffic controller Henk Holtzhausen tells a tale of two generations in the same line of work.
Airservices Australia has recently completed a Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) for per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) contamination at Broome International Airport to better understand potential impacts which may be directly related to historic aviation fire fighting operations.
In anticipation of Santa’s night of nights, Airservices Australia, the nation’s provider of air traffic management services, has begun its preparations for Santa’s visit on Christmas Eve.
Airservices Australia today announced it has reached two major milestones in OneSKY, the world-leading program being undertaken jointly with the Department of Defence.
Airservices Australia has completed a Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) for PFAS contamination at Adelaide Airport related to the historic operations of Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting Service (ARFFS). The PSI is part of a National PFAS Management Program and was conducted by independent consultants GHD.
With Brisbane’s parallel runway on track to open in 2020, Airservices Australia has launched its brand new 360-Degree Control Tower Simulator (CTS).
Airservices Australia Chief Executive Officer Jason Harfield addressed delegates at the Regional Aviation Association of Australia’s National Convention last Friday 26 October 2018.
Airservices Australia today released the results of its Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) into PFAS contamination at Hobart Airport. The PSI included a desktop review of available information and a limited environmental sampling program. The study was conducted by independent environmental consultants from SEMF Pty Ltd.
Airservices Australia has published its 2017–18 Annual Report, demonstrating its commitment to delivering safe, more efficient and innovative services for all who operate in Australia’s skies.
Airservices will establish a new system improving the way unexpected but significant weather changes are identified and alerted to pilots. Launching on 8 November 2018, the alerting function of special weather reports (SPECI) will be operating through an upgraded NAIPS system.
As part of Airservices Aeromedical Services Charity Support Program, Airservices Australia has waived an additional $52,000 in annual service charges for two not-for-profit aeromedical operators – CQ Rescue and Capricorn Helicopter Rescue.