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Airservices pays homage to Scarlett – a guardian of the Australian sky

In the lead-up to International Women’s Day, Airservices is proudly championing the highly skilled women in our national team to…

Airservices celebrates Yan’s 20 years of aviation expertise

In the lead-up to International Women’s Day, Airservices is proudly championing the highly skilled women in our national team to…

Airservices honours Joann’s key role in transforming air traffic management

In the lead-up to International Women’s Day, Airservices is proudly championing the highly skilled women in our national team to…
Skykraft satellite technology

Airservices and Skykraft to trial space-based surveillance and communications

Airservices Australia has partnered with space services company, Skykraft, to support the development of a space-based communication and surveillance air…
Urban sky with air mobility vehicles in Melbourne

Airservices begins development of Australia’s Flight Information Management System

Airservices Australia has selected four companies to begin prototyping Australia’s first Flight Information Management System (FIMS) which will support the…
Santa and an Airservices team member check his flight path ahead of Operation Present Drop.

Santa makes flying visit to Airservices ahead of Operation Present Drop this Christmas

Check out all the video action of Santa’s visit to Airservices here. With Christmas fast approaching, Santa made a special,…
John Bowing with two Airservices employees at the original Sydney tower

Veteran air traffic controller shares secrets to success

Forging a career as an air traffic controller takes great self-discipline, confident decision making and the ability to perform under…

Air Traffic Controllers keep Australia moving

As borders reopen and Australians prepare to reunite with friends and family, a team of unseen essential workers has continued…

Airservices Australia CEO talks to airspace about the impact of the pandemic on air traffic management

What are the lessons learned from the pandemic? The biggest lesson for us has been the need to respond to…
A plane and drone over sunset

Flight Information Management System (FIMS) Prototype Request For Proposal (RFP) now released

Airservices Australia has today announced the release of a Prototype Request for Proposal to collaborate with industry to develop a Flight…
Air Traffic Controller Susie McGough stands in Perth ATC Tower

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.…

Airservices ‘digital twin’ technology wins ISG Paragon Award 2020

Airservices’ innovative technology has won the prestigious 2020 ISG Paragon Award (APAC) for its data-driven prediction technology which revolutionises air…

UTM commences with Airservices release of its requirements for a Flight Information Management System

Airservices Australia, the national civil Air Navigation Service Provider, has taken a major step forward in the development of a…

Passengers, industry to benefit from historic collaboration

A new initiative set to deliver efficiencies worth $40 million for the aviation industry is a major step closer thanks…

Infrastructure planning needed now to deal with complexity of drones

Airservices’ Michelle Bennetts says more focus must be put on infrastructure planning if the industry is to overcome the challenges…
Drones are evolving the aviation ecosystem

Airservices partners with CASA on drone detection program

Airservices is pleased to partner with CASA on a program to detect and track drone activity at Australian Airports.

Airservices reiterates commitment to rural and regional Australia

Executive General Manager of Air Navigation Services, Peter Curran, has today outlined Airservices’ commitment to delivering the benefits of its…

Airservices strong performance supports industry growth, transformation

Airservices Australia has published its 2018-19 Annual Report, which demonstrates the organisation’s performance in continuing to deliver safe and efficient…
A Boeing 777 overflying Adelaide Airport.

Father & Son reflect on aviation careers

The moment Clarence Schofield's dad took him up the Sydney Air Traffic Control Tower, he knew he wanted to work…
Canberra Tower

Statement regarding Canberra Air Traffic Control Tower

During routine maintenance a substance suspected to be asbestos was found in a piece of equipment in the Canberra air…

Airservices ready for RPAS growth and integration

Airservices is expertly positioned to act as honest broker between all stakeholders as the growth of new players transforms Australia’s…

Bankstown Tower remembered

The iconic Bankstown Tower No. 2 has been remembered in a series of new photos showcased by the Civil Aviation…

Reduced Airservices Australia charges start today

Australian airspace users will benefit from new reduced Airservices Australia charges from today.

Industry responds to Airservices’ cut in charges

Airservices recent decision to cut aviation charges by 2 per cent has been commended by Regional Express (Rex) Airlines.