Keeping Australia’s skies safe

We provide safe, secure, efficient and environmentally responsible services to the aviation industry and community

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Our Purpose

We provide safe, secure, efficient and environmentally responsible services to the aviation industry and community

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Aviation services

We provide a range of world-class services that allow safe and equitable access to our skies. Our primary focus is ensuring safe air travel and providing service outcomes that are matched to the needs of our airline customers.

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The community

We recognise that aviation operations, and updates or changes to these operations, can impact communities in various ways. We are committed to working with communities to minimise those impacts.

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Safely manage 11% of the worlds airspace
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Our people

We are proud of our people and what they do. They keep Australia's aviation industry safe every day of the year, both in the air and on the ground.  We have some of the most innovative minds working to prepare our nation for the future of aviation.

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Discover the latest Airservices news, media statements and other announcements.

Airservices joins effort to boost number of women fire fighters

Airservices Australia fire fighters are set to take part in workshops across NSW aimed at attracting young women to the profession. The workshops, hosted by the non-profit organisation Girls on Fire, will provide young women with a hands-on experience of fire fighting and emergency services skills. Airservices Sydney fire fighters Alison Walters and Kristin Alston […]

Regional air traffic control: A unique perspective

After spending nearly a decade as an air traffic controller in Melbourne, Susie McGough was ready for her next challenge. In 2013, Susie swapped her life in a big city for the outback and embarked on a whole new adventure. Today she reflects on the challenges and opportunities of working in a regional tower in […]

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