Our fire fighters at Coffs Harbour Airport

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The work of Airservices’ fire fighters in Coffs Harbour to keep the airport and its passengers safe has been showcased in the Coffs Harbour Airport Magazine.

Acting Fire Commander Damian Gray, who has been with ARFFS since 1982, recently took writer and photographer Robert Cleary on a tour.

Robert learns more about Airservices and the men and women dedicated to the safety and well-being of people flying to and from Coffs Harbour Airport.

Read the full story originally published in the Coffs Harbour Airport Magazine.

Photos and text by Robert Cleary.

Posted on: August 14, 2019

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