You can now get the latest Airservices news and updates via our Twitter account: @AirservicesNews. Our Twitter account is a quick and easy way to keep up-to-date with new information from Airservices.
Responding to Tweets
Where possible Airservices will respond to reasonable replies and messages sent via Twitter. Formal requests and enquiries should be made through email or mail to the relevant area within Airservices or to firstname.lastname@example.org
Airservices monitors Twitter during normal working hours.
How we use Twitter
This Twitter account is used to disseminate a broad range of information about Airservices activities. This includes news, updates to our website, the release of new documents and publications, new safety promotion products, our attendance at events as well as a range of other activities.
Airservices will not release any private or confidential information on Twitter.
While Airservices will endeavour to maintain current and accurate information on Twitter, information may change over time and you are advised to check that information is current before relying on it.
Following other accounts
Airservices may follow Twitter users involved with, relevant to, or actively discussing aviation issues in Australia. Being followed by @AirservicesNews does not imply endorsement of any kind.
Organisations and/or individuals that follow @AirservicesNews will not automatically be followed back.
Links to external websites and Twitter user accounts are provided as a convenience and does not imply endorsement of that website, service or person by Airservices.
Airservices is not responsible for the content or reliability of links, or for any loss or inconvenience arising from their use.
You can now see video of Airservices operations at our YouTube account, AirservicesTV.
Airservices will upload video (where available) of our air traffic control and aviation rescue and fire fighting operations, technology and major projects, our staff and key events or milestones.