AAA highlighted how remote airstrips and airfields are critical for rural communities, with the funding playing a key part in keeping Australia connected.
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The new CASA safety requirements include changes to runway markings and lighting, as well as new risk-based inspection requirements.
Following Virgin Australia announcing additional job losses, the AAA has called for the Australian government to introduce an aviation COVID-19 recovery strategy.
The JobKeeper programme has been prolonged to the end of March 2021; meaning thousands of aviation jobs will be supported.
As the pandemic continues to drastically impact aviation, the AAA has emphasised the need for the industry to be a priority in post-COVID-19 economic recovery.
With the resumption of domestic travel firmly on the National Coalition’s agenda, airline and airport representatives have come together to work on nationally-consistent policies.
As part of International Airport Review's exclusive coronavirus roundtable, representatives from ACI Asia-Pacific, the Airport Operators Association, the Australian Airports Association and Tidal Basin discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on aviation, and what is being done by the sector in order to further prevent the spread of the virus.
Following the COVID-19 outbreak, Australian Airports Association's CEO has highlighted the impact suffered, and what needs to be done.
James Goodwin has been appointed as Australian Airports Association's new CEO and will commence operation in the role from June 2020.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission report outlines that passengers are having a better experience as a result of airport investments.
New terminals and runways require long-term traffic forecasting and careful consideration of changing technologies, but they also provide the chance to explore how our workforce, our climate and our communities may change over time, highlights Caroline Wilkie, CEO of the Australian Airports Association (AAA).
The Australian government is to develop a Regional Aviation Policy statement with the support of the AAA.
A Productivity Commission report has found there is no need for changes to the existing economic regulations of airports in Australia.
Airport investment and effective land use planning are essential for sustainable growth and longevity of the development of Australia's regional airports.