Airservices Australia

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We are Australia's air navigation service provider. We provide air traffic control, aviation rescue and fire fighting and air navigation services. We manage air traffic operations for over 90 million passengers on more than four million flights every year.

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STAFF AT AIRSERVICES AUSTRALIA FIGHT FOR 600 VOLUNTARY REDUNDANCIES IN MAJOR RESTRUCTURE

Airservices Australia | July 04, 2016

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In a letter to staff, chief executive Jason Harfield said those working in operational roles such as air traffic controllers and rescue firefighters could not apply for a redundancy, with applications to be finalised by August 8....

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AIRSERVICES AUSTRALIA TO SLASH STAFF BY 20 PER CENT

Airservices Australia | August 16, 2016

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Airservices Australia has confirmed it will cull 20 per cent of its staff, reducing employee numbers to levels not seen since 2010, as the air traffic overseer slashes $150 million worth of costs from its bottom line....

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AIRSERVICES’ BLANK PAGES LEAVE PILOTS GUESSING

Airservices Australia | December 16, 2016

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The navigation data is updated every three months and contains critical information including pictorial presentations of all licensed aerodromes in the nation. It also includes information about aerodrome physical characteristics, hours of operation, visual ground aides, air traffic services, lighting and airport operators’ details....

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AIRSERVICES AUSTRALIA COST-CUTTING PLAN EYES 900 STAFF

Airservices Australia | July 08, 2016

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Airservices, with more than 4400 staff, manages air traffic at the ­nation’s major airports as well as co-ordinating on-site rescue and firefighting services....

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STAFF AT AIRSERVICES AUSTRALIA FIGHT FOR 600 VOLUNTARY REDUNDANCIES IN MAJOR RESTRUCTURE

Airservices Australia | July 04, 2016

In a letter to staff, chief executive Jason Harfield said those working in operational roles such as air traffic controllers and rescue firefighters could not apply for a redundancy, with applications to be finalised by August 8....

Read More
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AIRSERVICES AUSTRALIA TO SLASH STAFF BY 20 PER CENT

Airservices Australia | August 16, 2016

Airservices Australia has confirmed it will cull 20 per cent of its staff, reducing employee numbers to levels not seen since 2010, as the air traffic overseer slashes $150 million worth of costs from its bottom line....

Read More
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AIRSERVICES’ BLANK PAGES LEAVE PILOTS GUESSING

Airservices Australia | December 16, 2016

The navigation data is updated every three months and contains critical information including pictorial presentations of all licensed aerodromes in the nation. It also includes information about aerodrome physical characteristics, hours of operation, visual ground aides, air traffic services, lighting and airport operators’ details....

Read More
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AIRSERVICES AUSTRALIA COST-CUTTING PLAN EYES 900 STAFF

Airservices Australia | July 08, 2016

Airservices, with more than 4400 staff, manages air traffic at the ­nation’s major airports as well as co-ordinating on-site rescue and firefighting services....

Read More