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Airways will today commence consultation with its stakeholders, customers and the wider industry on its pricing for the next three-yearly cycle running from 1 August 2022 to 30 June 2025.
Airways has today announced it will implement proposed changes to its Pricing Framework following recent consultation.
Airways New Zealand today welcomed the Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) decision that the current Air Traffic Control services remain at New Plymouth Airport.
As Rocket Lab’s Electron rockets take off into space, New Zealand’s air traffic controllers are ensuring a safe passage through controlled airspace above Mahia Peninsula.
Airways New Zealand, the cou…
Airways started consultation today on the company’s Pricing Framework.
The Pricing Framework which defines the methodologies used by Airways to price services set out in the Service Framework, which…
Airways New Zealand today reported its FY21 annual result which reflects the significant ongoing impact COVID-19 continues to have on the aviation industry.
Airways New Zealand today welcomed the Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) decision that the current Air Traffic Control services remain at Rotorua Airport.
A virtual Airways Knowledge Online (AKO) ICAO 051 ATS Licensing Subjects course is in full swing for a group of 14 students from the Pacific and Middle East, as they embrace online training while Covi…
Airways New Zealand today confirmed Air Traffic Control services will be retained at Invercargill Airport.