Airservices Australia will reduce aviation charges for the first time from July 1 as the organisation seeks to minimise operational costs for the airline industry and light aircraft operators.
Airservices Australia has completed a Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) for PFAS contamination across Launceston Airport to better understand potential impacts which may be directly related to the legacy use of aviation fire fighting operations.
As the nation’s airspace manager, Airservices has a clear role to ensure Australia’s skies are managed safely, efficiently and reliably for all airspace users, which includes low-level airspace users such as aerial taxis and drones.
Airservices staff explained the benefits and rewards of being an air traffic controller at a recent careers expo in Brisbane.
Airservices Australia Brisbane staff were honoured to host well-known Indigenous author, academic and speaker Dr Anita Heiss as part of events to celebrate National Reconciliation Week.
Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting Services (ARFFS) Melbourne Substation Officer Carl Costin was today honoured as fire fighter of the year by Airservices CEO Jason Harfield and ARFFS Executive General Manager Rob Porter.
Airservices Australia’s future plans to manage the increasing volume and complexity of Australia’s airspace were showcased to representatives from around the world at a recent industry conference in Japan.
Marking 45 years of service, many past and present members of Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting Service (ARFFS) Sydney came together recently for one of their own, Station Officer Chris Goff.
On 1 May 2019, Airservices released a Request for Information (RFI) seeking information on the provision of ultra large fire vehicles (ULFVs) from the vehicle manufacturing industry, both in Australia and internationally.
In this video series, we will be sharing several episodes that will explain the bits and bobs of air traffic control.
Airservices Australia is thrilled to be donating over $100 000 to the Good Friday Appeal due to the hard work of our aviation rescue fire fighters in Melbourne.
Airservices Australia (Airservices) has completed a Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) with limited sampling for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) contamination at Perth Airport. The PSI is part of Airservices National PFAS Management Program and was conducted by independent consultants AECOM Australia. The PSI relates to the historical use by Airservices of Aqueous Film Forming Foams […]
Perth Airport and its air traffic control tower have had many transformations over the past 80 years. The simple wooden, single-storey tower has long been replaced, most recently by an 80 metre tower opened by then Prime Minister Bob Hawke in 1987. The Perth Airport (which was previously known as Guildford Aerodrome in the late […]
Airservices Australia today released the results of its Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) into per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) contamination at its leased sites on Melbourne Airport. The PSI is part of a national PFAS Management Program and was conducted by independent consultants SEMF Pty Ltd (now COVA). The PSI detected PFAS on airport, in close […]
Airservices Australia has today released the final airspace design for Hobart after extensive community and industry consultation. The final design minimises the effect of aircraft arrivals and departures on communities while maintaining the highest safety standards. The final design includes a number of changes submitted by the community during consultation process. Southern Operations Manager Steven […]
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 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.
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.