Airways regrets that due to unforeseen staff sickness we do not have sufficient air traffic control cover to safely operate the Queenstown tower this evening. As a result, the air traffic control service provided to Queenstown Airport will be unavail…
Air navigation services provider Airways New Zealand and global science and technology provider Leidos have agreed to work closely together on future air traffic management (ATM) opportunities under an agreement recently signed in Washington.
An agreement between Airways New Zealand and US-based The MITRE Corporation is a significant step forward in the development of data analytics technology aimed at improving aviation safety, capacity and efficiency globally.
More than 10,000 drone pilots are now registered with Airshare to fly in New Zealand airspace. The online hub for drone pilots operated by Airways announced today that its database of registered pilots has topped the milestone mark.
Airways New Zealand is pleased to report a strong performance for the year ending 30 June 2018, in a period of historically high air traffic volumes and increased profits from its commercial businesses.
Airways New Zealand and US-based The MITRE Corporation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to explore collaboration opportunities for improving aviation safety, capacity and efficiency throughout the Asia Pacific region.
Airways today opened its new air traffic control tower at Nelson Airport. The new tower will support more than 46,000 flights that arrive into and depart one of New Zealand’s busiest regional airports every year.