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Trailblazer: Aviation Australia and its global reach
ATC

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 sets up independent review of its workplace culture
ATC

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.

Audit questions OneSky value for money
ATC

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.

Melbourne Airport third runway could change direction
Airports

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 Park Air Systems to supply radios to Airservices
ATC

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.

IATA critical of Airways New Zealand fee rises
ATC

IATA has criticised Airways New Zealand for hiking air navigation service charges by 21.4 per cent over the next three years.

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