It has everything you need to spend some time beating the meat and letting your imagination run wild.
My 9+ years at Airservices Australia, working alongside some phenomenal people, with the opportunity to work in senior leadership roles across several portfolios and on major projects for our national air navigation services provider was a privilege.
Seeing the commitment to aviation safety by air traffic controllers, aviation rescue firefighters and the corporate teams was inspiring.
We are expecting more passengers in December than we welcomed in the previous eight months combined — by the end of this month we will see close to 100 return flights a week between the Gold Coast and Sydney and about 60 between the Gold Coast and Melbourne.
Notwithstanding that, our clear mission remains to deliver a safe and efficient air traffic service for the remaining flights and ultimately the flying public.
We at Airservices Australia are working to support our airline customers, airports, operators and the broader industry both during this crisis and with a focus on the future when aviation rebounds and people take to the skies again.
Then we tested them again.
Hard and soft coral cover remained relatively stable across the survey area and coral bleaching was observed on fewer sites this season but was slightly higher on average than last season.