Airservices has today released results of a data validation study completed in Perth earlier this year which finds that the actual noise experienced by residents accurately reflects the noise modelling used by Airservices.
Better runway operations, a smoother running air traffic control network and programs to improve the predictability of aircraft arrivals rates.
Airservices will conduct a short study in Perth to compare modelled and actual aircraft noise data as part of the organisation’s ongoing efforts to explore opportunities to reduce aircraft noise.
Airservices aviation fire fighters are supporting young people living with cancer with fundraising during National Bandanna Day (30 October).
Airservices Australia has decided not to proceed with a proposed flight path trial for night-time departures to the south of Perth Airport.
Air traffic controllers at Perth Airport will now be able to see and identify every aircraft and equipped vehicles on runways and taxiways through the ongoing investment in the latest technology by Airservices.
Airservices Australia has introduced further initiatives at Brisbane and Perth Airports as part of its Airport Capacity Enhancement program that will enable an increase in the number of aircraft movements that can be safely managed at each airport.
Airservices is delivering annual fuel cost savings to airlines estimated at $18.2 million through a system introduced to reduce airborne delays, help save fuel and associated emissions, enhance safety and reduce air traffic congestion.
Airservices Australia has signed a contract worth approximately $20 million with Saab Sensis to install the latest digital technology into air traffic control towers at the Gold Coast, Perth, Cairns and Brisbane airports.
Airservices will be an exhibitor at the ‘Skills West Expo’ from Thursday 18 September to Saturday 20 September.
Airservices will fit the latest digital technology to existing air traffic control towers in the Gold Coast, Perth, Cairns and Brisbane as part of the continuing implementation of this world-leading technology around Australia.
ARFF provided a ceremonial watery welcome for Etihad Airways at Perth Airport on 16 July when the national airline of the United Arab Emirates made it’s inaugural flight to the Western Australia capital.
Airservices air traffic control tower at Perth Airport. The tower is Australia’s tallest air traffic control tower at 80m and was constructed in 1987.
Sunrise at Perth Airport. In the background is Airservices air traffic control tower. The tower is Australia’s tallest air traffic control tower at 80m and was constructed in 1987.
Media statement in response to the arrival of two Chinese military search and rescue aircraft at Perth Airport.
Airservices Perth Tower.The tower is Australia’s tallest air traffic control tower at 80m and was constructed in 1987.
The terminal area radar near Perth Airport. Airservices uses terminal area radar, as well as en route radar, to assist with separation of aircraft in controlled airspace.
Following a recommendation by the Aircraft Noise Ombudsman, Ron Brent, Airservices Australia will move a flight path from Roleystone to reduce the impact of aircraft noise on local residents.
Airservices has completed essential upgrade works on the terminal area radar near Perth Airport. The upgrade is part of a $90 million Australian Mode S Terminal Area Radar program.
Airservices has completed essential upgrade works on the instrument landing systems at Perth Airport.
Airservices Australia has today released a study into the capacity of Perth Airport as part of a broad suite of initiatives underway to address delays and congestion.
If you see a low-flying aircraft in your area this month, don’t be alarmed, chances are it’s Airservices Flight Inspection Service (FIS) checking the navigational aids used by pilots daily.
Airservices Australia will this week begin essential works on the instrument landing system (ILS) at Perth Airport.
Airservices has begun essential upgrade works on the terminal area radar near Perth Airport as part of a $90 million Australian Mode S Terminal Area Radar program.
Your article ‘Airport snarl-up a nightmare’ (Wednesday 11 July) is incomplete and misrepresents the facts.