Organisational framework

Our governance

We are a corporate Commonwealth entity established and governed by the Air Services Act 1995. We are wholly owned by the Australian Government, and are accountable to the Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development. Our governance is also regulated by the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.

We are committed to meeting high standards of corporate governance which we consider essential to our long-term performance and sustainability, and to be in the best interests of our owner. Our governance practices are regularly reviewed to ensure they align to Australian legislative and regulatory requirements and contemporary better practice. A copy of our Governance Statement is available for download below.

Our Board

Our Board, as our governing body, is responsible for deciding the objectives, strategies and policies we follow, and ensuring that we perform our functions in a proper, efficient and effective manner. Our Board members (other than our Chief Executive Officer) are appointed by our Minister. Copies of our Board and Board committee charters are available for download below.

Our Board also has oversight of Australia's Aircraft Noise Ombudsman, which conducts independent administrative reviews of the management of aircraft noise-related activities by us and the Royal Australian Air Force. You can access the current ANO Charter here.

Corporate reporting

Corporate plans

View Airservices reports

Executive committee


Our executive committee is responsible for the day-to-day management of our organisation.

Work with us

Airservices is at the forefront of Australian aviation. We are uniquely connected to all parts of the industry and offer exciting and innovative work across a range of operational and corporate roles.

Career paths on offer at Airservices include
Air Traffic Control, Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting, information technology, corporate support and more.