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We are in this together, for Airport Safety Week

Airport Safety Week kicks off today and, for the first time, we’re joining forces with the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) and Airservices Australia. The...
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‘Walk in my shoes’ for Airport Safety Week

Airport Safety Week kicks off next Monday and runs until Friday 19 October. The safety campaign is specially aimed at employees and contractors working...

Airport Safety Week 2015

Airports around Australia and New Zealand will be participating in a unique industry initiative to promote safety at airports during Airport Safety Week 2015. Established...
CASA at AAA Conference, Hobart 2015

Safety aired at airports conference

The safety role of airports, and everyone who works on them was a prominent theme at the Australian Airports Association conference in Hobart last...

Regional airports and the business of safety

Call it the Field of Dreams principle. "Build it and they will come," as the frequently misquoted line from the 1989 film about a...

Qantas: the safety story

Over its 100 years Qantas has acquired an enviable reputation for safe operation. It has not lost an aircraft since 1960 and not had...
A wet taxiway labeled with the words Wingspan Max 12M at Canberra Airport in August 2020. Taxiway and unserviceability cones appear on the grass next to the taxiway.

Managing safety at aerodromes

New regulations mean some aerodromes will need to develop their first safety management system (SMS) and many aerodromes will need to review their existing...
Aerial view of a Piper and Cessna lined up on the taxiway at Cairns Airport.

Watch out for debris at airports

Today’s theme for Airport safety week is foreign object debris (FOD)—the potential for damage to aircraft and what aerodromes can do to prevent it. FOD...

Safety in numbers

By Kreisha Ballantyne Joining an air safari will improve your skills—and the journey will be fun In October 2008, when I was a then-GFPT student...
Inspector examining nosewheel of jet aircraft

Safety thirst

By Alwyn Brice Is there a failsafe way to instil the subject of safety into your workforce? Over the last two decades of editing industry...