Airservices waives service fees for two more not-for-profit aeromedical operators

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As part of Airservices Aeromedical Services Charity Support Program, Airservices Australia has waived an additional $52,000 in annual service charges for two not-for-profit aeromedical operators – CQ Rescue and Capricorn Helicopter Rescue.

Airservices CEO Jason Harfield said: “As part of our ongoing efforts to foster Australia’s civil aviation industry, we look forward to supporting CQ Rescue and Capricorn Helicopter Rescue as they deliver essential services to those who live, work and travel in rural and remote Australia in the years to come.”

Aeromedical operators provide life-saving vital services and Airservices values the important role they play in supporting the aviation industry, connecting communities and helping those in need.

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Posted on: September 28, 2018

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