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Paul Coughlan, Project Director, said Brisbane's new runway is the biggest and most satisfying project he has ever been involved in.
An advanced air traffic control training facility has opened in Beirut, Lebanon which uses pioneering simulation technology developed by Airways New Zealand.
The $300 million investment is the largest airfield investment project since the airport opened in 1970 and is set to increase capacity, facilitate new routes and improve terminal facilities.
Autonomous, electric and in part 3D printed, the autonomous vehicle at Christchurch Airport reveals what the future of airport movement could look like.
Following a price freeze in 2015, beginning in July 2019 Airservices Australia will reduce aviation charges to lower operational costs for the industry.
A daily service between Cairns and Singapore will see weekly seats increase by 40 per cent; expanding the connections between both Australia and Singapore.
The first-ever commercial flight to produce no landfill waste took to the skies at the beginning of May, marking the start of Qantas’ plan to cut 100 million single-use plastics by the end of 2020 and eliminate 75 per cent of the airline’s waste by 2021.
Melbourne Airport, as part of the Neighbourhood House Community Grants Programme, is investing in educational and employment pathways for those in need.
To help tackle the skilled-workforce shortages that are predicted, the AAA launches a mentoring programme focused on sharing expertise with the next generation of airport professionals.
CANSO highlights how best practice developed for the region by the region is increasingly effective in addressing common issues.
Vision-Box expands its reach in Asia-Pacific to the Far East, opening new office and Centre of Excellence in Tokyo, Japan.
In the next developmental stages of the Auckland Airport revamp, the airfield is due to expand; increasing capacity as passenger numbers continue to grow.
The new service provides a qualified professional to assist passengers who need extra assistance; ensuring a high-quality experience for all.