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Airways: What do we do?

First and foremost, we provide air traffic control and infrastructure to keep New Zealand’s skies safe.

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Enabling the perfect flight

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Where we work

Our air traffic controllers work from our radar centre in Christchurch, our Oceanic Control centre in Auckland, and in 17 control towers throughout the country.

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Governance at Airways

Airways is owned by the New Zealand Government.

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Our people

Airways employs around 780 people – all committed to excellence and success for our customers. We are air traffic controllers, developers, engineers, technicians, chart and mapping specialists and airspace designers. Our people also work in support areas such as IT, training, communications, administration and HR.

We’re led by an experienced executive team, and our range of global experts are making a difference on the world stage.

Technology and innovation

The systems developed by Airways and our partners maximise the efficient use of airspace and help to reduce delays.

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Performing safely and at the top of our game

Our reputation and business relies on an absolute commitment to safety – it’s at the heart of what we do.

Sustainability is our future

We’ve only got one planet, and at Airways, we know the work we do to streamline aircraft operations makes a real difference to the environment. We’re at the forefront of developing and deploying procedures and technology to reduce aviation’s environmental footprint.

Supporting our community

The contribution we make to safety and the aviation community is valuable to us at Airways.

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