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Airservices Australia cuts aviation charges

Airservices Australia will reduce aviation charges for the first time from July 1 as the organisation seeks to minimise operational…

Airservices staff showcase our work at careers expo

Airservices staff explained the benefits and rewards of being an air traffic controller at a recent careers expo in Brisbane.

Airservices marks National Reconciliation Week with Anita Heiss

Airservices Australia Brisbane staff were honoured to host well-known Indigenous author, academic and speaker Dr Anita Heiss as part of…

Airservices’ showcases plans to meet future aviation challenges

Airservices Australia's future plans to manage the increasing volume and complexity of Australia’s airspace were showcased to representatives from around…

Beyond the control tower

In this video series, we will be sharing several episodes that will explain the bits and bobs of air traffic…

Seven decades of Perth Tower transformation

Perth Airport and its air traffic control tower have had many transformations over the past 80 years. The simple wooden,…

Women encouraged to become air traffic controllers

A job in air traffic control can be rewarding, stimulating and flexible, with plenty of opportunity for career progression no…

ILS goes live at Gold Coast Airport

A significant milestone will be reached today when the Instrument Landing System (ILS) is switched on at Gold Coast Airport…

Groundbreaking ceremony kicks off construction for Air Traffic Service Centre extension

Today Airservices Australia celebrated a sod-turning ceremony to start the construction of their new Air Traffic Service Centre extension in…

Fostering future careers in the aviation industry

Airservices Australia has commenced a new partnership with Griffith University Aviation School—contributing to our leadership role in fostering and promoting…

Year 12 students immerse in STEM introduction to aviation

Airservices Australia were pleased to be one of the host workplaces during the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) 2019 which…

FlySafe 2019 forum set to improve aviation safety

In a concerted effort to maintain Australia’s world-leading safety record, Australia’s three government aviation agencies are hosting the inaugural FlySafe…

Working in air traffic control – a family tradition

As Airservices Australia is currently recruiting for experienced air traffic controllers, this inspiring story by air traffic controller Henk Holtzhausen…

Airservices announces two major milestones in OneSKY program

Airservices Australia today announced it has reached two major milestones in OneSKY, the world-leading program being undertaken jointly with the…

Full immersion training experience with 360-degree simulator

With Brisbane’s parallel runway on track to open in 2020, Airservices Australia has launched its brand new 360-Degree Control Tower…

A new system to better communicate weather changes to pilots

Airservices will establish a new system improving the way unexpected but significant weather changes are identified and alerted to pilots.…

Working together with industry to produce aerial imagery

Airservices recently worked with Spookfish, a company that creates aerial views of current conditions on the ground. We provided them…

Airservices Australia takes part in Sydney Airport exercise to test flight disaster response

Airservices Australia will be participating in a full emergency management exercise "SYDEX18" at Sydney Airport today (23 August 2018) at…

Satellite navigation made better

To further understand Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS) as recently communicated via our press release, Andrew Andersen from Australian Flying…

Airservices Australia tests new satellite navigation system in regional centres

Airservices Australia has successfully trialled a new, advanced satellite navigation system aimed at improving safety and efficiency at regional and…

Airservices Australia waives $2M in service fees for five not-for-profit aeromedical operators

Airservices Australia has announced it will waive more than $2 million in annual service charges for five not-for-profit aeromedical operators…

New data sharing system to save aviation industry millions

A new state-of-the-art information sharing platform that will instantly synchronise data for air traffic controllers and operations staff at airports,…

Satellite technology pinpoints regional pilots in new aviation trial

A pioneering new trial led by Airservices Australia will use advanced satellite positioning to guide aircraft to within a few…

Airservices helps history-making Perth to London flight take to the skies

A dedicated team of air traffic controllers worked closely with Qantas for several months to ensure the success of the…