The flight checks, undertaken on the afternoon of the 23 May 2020, are in preparation for the opening of Brisbane Airport's new runway on 12 July 2020.
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James Goodwin has been appointed as Australian Airports Association's new CEO and will commence operation in the role from June 2020.
With an expected increase in passenger numbers, Airservices Australia’s Chief Financial Officer, Paul Logan, discusses how the company is developing and how they will ensure that the industry keeps pace with future growth.
Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth Airports will all benefit from the implementation of airport collaborative decision making.
Following a price freeze in 2015, beginning in July 2019 Airservices Australia will reduce aviation charges to lower operational costs for the industry.
Training aircraft firefighters for any eventuality is integral to the safety of passengers and crew on the aircraft, and although serious incidents are rare, these skills can be transferred to water rescues; increasing the chances of survival. Kim Olsen, Copenhagen Airport, tells us more.
Airservices Australia has released the final airspace design for Hobart Airport, after extensive community and industry consultation.
As part of our Sustainability Series, we spoke to Busselton Airport, a small airport in the South West corner of Australia. We asked whether, given the airport's location, it faces similar problems to those airports which are not quite so remote?
The digital-twin programme ensures that every known eventuality has been planned for, ensuring that air traffic management is optimised.
The CEO of Australia's Government-owned air navigation service provider, Airservices Australia, has hailed a contract which will blend civil and military air traffic control systems as "probably the biggest development in the safe management of Australia’s skies since aviation began" in Australia.
23 August 2013 | By Airservices Australia
Airservices new air traffic control tower in Adelaide officially open...
3 October 2012 | By Greg Dunstone, ADS-B Programme Manager, Airservices Australia
Airservices Australia is continuing the roll-out of Automatic Dependant Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) technology – a satellite-based technology enabling aircraft to be accurately tracked by air traffic controllers and other pilots without the need for conventional radar. Responsible for providing air traffic sur - veillance services for Australia’s 56 million square…
4 July 2012 | By Airservices Australia
Combined air traffic control tower and aviation rescue fire station now open at Broome Airport...