Airservices presents at AAA

Airservices CEO at AAA

Airservices Australia Chief Executive Officer Jason Harfield addressed delegates at the Australian Airports Association National Conference this morning (15 November 2017).

The four day conference is being held in Adelaide and is Australia’s biggest annual aviation conference and exhibition attracting more than 600 delegates from the aviation and airport industry.

During his address, Mr Harfield discussed the importance of Australia’s aviation ecosystem working to its full potential with the support and input of many players including airports, airlines and Airservices.

Airservices Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) project was also addressed during the presentation highlighting to delegates that A-CDM is about working with partners at airports and across the aviation ecosystem sharing information to boost operational performance.

Airservices Air Traffic Management Network Services Manager Paddy Goodall will be addressing delegates later today on harnessing information to enhance the aviation network.

Chief Fire Officer Glenn Wood will be presenting to delegates tomorrow (16 November 2017) on protecting the aviation industry, the true value of Airservices Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting Services.

Read a full copy of Jason’s speech.

Posted on: November 15, 2017

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