Proud aviation heritage

History of Airservices Australia

Airservices was formed in July 1995 when the Civil Aviation Authority was split into two separate government bodies: Airservices Australia and the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). Since that time, we have proudly served the aviation industry and community through times of enormous change. Today, we deliver our services from two major air traffic services centres in Melbourne and Brisbane, two terminal control units, 29 air traffic control towers, and aviation rescue fire fighting stations at 27 of the nation’s busiest airports.

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Airways Museum

We are a proud sponsor of the Civil Aviation Historical Society, which runs the Airways Museum at Essendon Airport. The Airways Museum manages and preserves a large collection of equipment including air traffic control consoles, radomes, fire trucks and navigation aids.


We are committed to protecting the value of Australia’s natural and cultural heritage on sites under our ownership and control.


Historical resources

Discover more about our history here.


Board Technology and Investment Committee Charter

December, 2021

Board People, Culture and Remuneration Committee Charter

December, 2021