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Australian airports are working together to support the joint campaign ‘No More Carry On’, to remind passengers to not be disruptive or abusive towards other travellers and airline and airport staff.
After temporarily ceasing operations on 22 April 2020 in order to accommodate parked aircraft, Sydney Airport's east-west runway has now resumed service.
Mike Willson, firefighting foam and foam systems specialist, examines whether the two-tier fire protection system developing at some of our key airports is potentially affecting the safety of passengers, flight crews, emergency responders and other stakeholders.
The new CASA safety requirements include changes to runway markings and lighting, as well as new risk-based inspection requirements.
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?
Following suit of the Chinese Civil Aviation Authority, The Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority has temporarily suspended the use of all Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft.
2 June 2015 | By Jon Conway, Tim Meagher
In this Ground Handling supplement, Jon Conway from UAE Airport Operations shares the challenges of managing the world’s largest A380 operation, plus Tim Meagher from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia (CASA) examines how training can be optimised to ensure safety and make the most of changing skills demands...
Tim Meagher, Ground Operations Inspector with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia (CASA) examines the changing face of ground operations and how training can be optimised to ensure safety and make the most of changing skills demands.