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.
Airservices notes the OneSKY: Contractual Arrangements audit report, which makes no recommendations.
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.
Airservices Australia today announced it has reached two major milestones in OneSKY, the world-leading program being undertaken jointly with the Department of Defence.
Today in a letter to journalist Ean Higgins, Airservices Australia CEO Jason Harfield refuted recent allegations published in The Australian suggesting regional airlines will incur higher charges to fund OneSKY across the country.
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 Australia CEO Jason Harfield after the OneSKY signing