connecting australian aviation
  1. New data sharing system to save aviation industry millions

    A new state-of-the-art information sharing platform that will instantly synchronise data for air traffic controllers and operations staff at airports, is set to save the aviation industry an estimated $52 million over the next decade.
  2. CEO response to claims on regional airlines subsidising OneSKY program

    Today in a letter to journalist Ean Higgins, Airservices Australia CEO Jason Harfield refuted recent allegations published in The Australian suggesting regional airlines will incur higher charges to fund OneSKY across the country.
  3. Airservices statement on ANO report findings

    Airservices Australia accepts all of the recommendations made by the Aircraft Noise Ombudsman (ANO) in the report – Investigation into complaints about the introduction of new flight paths in Hobart – issued 27 April.
  4. Satellite technology pinpoints regional pilots in new aviation trial

    A pioneering new trial led by Airservices Australia will use advanced satellite positioning to guide aircraft to within a few metres, improving safety and efficiency in our skies.
  5. Airservices helps history-making Perth to London flight take to the skies

    A dedicated team of air traffic controllers worked closely with Qantas for several months to ensure the success of the first nonstop flight from Australia to the United Kingdom on 24 March. The team left nothing to chance, aware that QF9 would be departing Perth Airport at its maximum take-off weight loaded with 110,000 litres […]