Searidge Technologies will build a digital control tower prototype for Airservices Australia to trial at Sydney Airport for possible contingency use.
In fewer than decades, Aviation Australia has established itself as the pre-eminent aviation engineering training organisation in the southern hemisphere with campuses in Brisbane, Cairns, Melbourne and Perth.
Airservices Australia says it will set up an independent review of its workplace culture after a survey of its air traffic controllers found examples of bullying and sexual harassment.
Melbourne Airport says it is considering changing the orientation of a planned third runway from the current east-west orientation to north-south.
Northrop Grumman says its UK-based Park Air Systems subsidiary will supply radios to Airservices Australia over the next five years after signing a deed of standing offer.
The US FAA has banned US airlines from flying over parts of Iran-controlled airspace following the shooting down of a US Navy drone.
Airservices Australia will reduce charges by two per cent from July 1 2019, which it says represents multi-million dollar savings for the aviation industry.
This edition of the Australian Aviation podcast features an interview with FLLT John Tauschke talking about his 27-year career in the Royal Australian Air Force as a pilot of VIP jets in 35 SQN.
This story from the January/February 2019 edition of Australian Aviation by Denise McNabb looks at the plight of flightseeing operators in New Zealand’s Milford Sound.
This story about the Onesky air traffic management project first appeared in the December 2018 edition of Australian Aviation.
Airservices and Airways are moving ahead with plans to introduce digital tower services at airports in Australia and New Zealand.
On this Australian Aviation podcast Mark Robinson from Frequentis talks about Remote Virtual Towers and Aeronautical Information Management solutions.
The United States Department of Defense (DoD) has selected RVT technology from Frequentis.
International Air Transport Association (IATA) director general Alexandre de Juniac says regulators and airport operators need to move quicker to keep pace with the expected growth in passenger traffic.
Australia may end up paying too much for the combined civil and military air traffic management system OneSky, an Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) report says.
IATA has criticised Airways New Zealand for hiking air navigation service charges by 21.4 per cent over the next three years.
A look at the challenges of landing at Queenstown Airport, which is regularly featured in the top 10 list of the world’s most stunning airport approaches.
A waterproof drone designed by RMIT University engineers in conjunction with Defence Science & Technology (DST) Group has been nominated for a National Defence Innovation Award at the airshow.
Airservices Australia says the Onesky joint civil and military air traffic management project has moved into the detailed design phase.
This Australian Aviation podcast talks with Lee de Willton, the chief executive of Sydney Metro Airports, which owns Bankstown and Camden airports.