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Airservices tackles short-term challenges for long-term benefits


Australia’s ATM provider, Airservices Australia, announced further investment in its extensive capital programme in the Jun-2010 quarter, with the organisation also outlining its growth plans for the next five years. It has also reaffirmed its commitment to build a "new workforce" to meet increased demand, as air traffic continues to grow and labour market pressures mount. [2822 words]

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  • Expenditure of USD796m in next five years
  • Air passenger movements expected to increase 4.2% over next 21 years; aircraft movements to increase 2.2%
  • ASA seeks to address ageing workforce
  • 7% net increase in operational workforce anticipated
  • Conclusion: Short-term challenges for long-term growth

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  • Airservices Major Technology Project Update
  • Air passenger movements through all capital city airports
  • Air passenger movements by capital city airport: 1991/1992 to 2029/2030F
  • Aircraft movements through all capital city airports
  • Aircraft movements by capital city airport: 1991/1992 to 2029/2030F
  • Air passenger and aircraft movements through all Australian airports: 1997/1978 to 2008/2009
  • Airservices Australia air traffic movements: Jul-2009 to Jul-2010
  • Airservices revenue projections
  • Airservices financial summary
  • Airservices age profile
  • Airservices projected full-time workforce
  • Airservices Australia ATC towers
  • ATC projected demand: 2009/2010 to 2013/2014F
  • ATC projected turnover
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