Airservices is Australia's air navigation service provider - we provide air traffic control, aviation rescue and fire fighting and air navigation services.

2016 Pricing proposal

Long Term Pricing Agreement: July 2016- June 2021 Discussion Paper

Airservices pricing discussion paper

Airservices Australia’s current Long Term Pricing Agreement (LTPA) established in 2011, set the level of prices for each of our enroute, Terminal Navigation and Aviation Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) service lines and these prices are set to expire on 30 June 2016.

In the lead-up to the development of a new LTPA that extends beyond 2016, Airservices is seeking feedback on the structure and mechanism for future pricing arrangements.

To outline some of these issues and promote industry comment Airservices has developed a Pricing Discussion Paper

Industry responses on matters raised in this paper are important to the pricing development process and will assist Airservices in formulating a Draft Pricing Proposal, which will be released for industry consultation in the middle of this year and provide information on proposed services charges beyond 2016.

In seeking your feedback we ask that submissions to the Pricing Discussion Paper be sent to Airservices by 20 April 2015, via email to, or by mail to:

Pricing Consultation
PO Box 367
Canberra ACT 2600

To support discussions public consultation sessions on the Pricing Discussion Paper will be held at Sydney (9th April), Melbourne (9th April) and Brisbane (10th April). Further detail of session times and locations are set out in the Pricing Discussion Paper.

Please note, all responses to the Pricing Discussion Paper will be made publicly available through Airservices website. Those not wishing to make their responses public should mark the submission or parts of the submission commercial in confidence.

If you have questions on the paper or the process, please do not hesitate to contact:

Andrew Clark
Chief Financial Officer
02 6268 4850


Paul Logan
General Manager Accounting Services
02 6268 4241

Industry responses to the discussion paper