We are

Keeping Australians safe

Airservices provide safe, secure, efficient and environmentally responsible services to the aviation industry.

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SUPPORTING THE INDUSTRY

Our services

We’re responsible for Australia’s air traffic management, aviation rescue fire fighting services, aeronautical information, aviation communications and radio navigation aids. We are always exploring new technology to ensure our services are as advanced and efficient as the best in the world.

Advanced technology

The future of air traffic management

The OneSKY Australia program is an innovative example of next-generation technology in the aviation sector, delivering an advanced integrated air traffic management system between Airservices and the Department of Defence. It was developed to enhance the efficiency and security of air services, and support future air traffic growth.

How we help

The community

We’re committed to the development of the aviation industry, in a way that integrates technology and sustainability.

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Latest News

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Discover the latest Airservices news, updates and announcements to stay in-the-know when it comes to the innovative work we’re doing for our community. We’ve curated some recent news articles so you can get to know us and our impact a little better.

Airservices joins effort to boost number of women fire fighters

Airservices Australia fire fighters are set to take part in workshops across NSW aimed at attracting young women to the profession. The workshops, hosted by the non-profit organisation Girls on Fire, will provide young women with a hands-on experience of fire fighting and emergency services skills. Airservices Sydney fire fighters Alison Walters and Kristin Alston […]

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. In 2013, Susie swapped her life in a big city for the outback and embarked on a whole new adventure. Today she reflects on the challenges and opportunities of working in a regional tower in […]