|2017-18 Result||2018-19 Result||2019-20 Target||2019-20 Result|
|Significant Attributable Safety Occurrences - Air Navigation Services (ANS)|
Any loss of separation or runway incursion where the Risk Assessment Tool score is Category A.
|Significant Attributable Safety Occurrences - Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting Services (ARFFS) |
Any aircraft incident on a runway in which the response did not meet the regulated response time of three minutes.
|Lost time injury frequency rate (LTIFR) |
A lost time injury is an occurrence that resulted in time lost from work as one day or shift, permanent disability or fatality. The rate measures the number of lost time injuries per million hours worked.
Results for both the median and 75th percentile arrival airborne delay were higher than target, at 18 seconds and 1 minute respectively. This result reflects challenging environmental conditions at various times throughout the year, including significant weather events and smoke from the bushfires reducing visibility, leading to delays and flight diversions. Ongoing infrastructure works at major airports at times compounded delays during busy periods.
Given the intense disruption across the industry caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we have deferred the annual customer satisfaction survey as we focus on working with our customers to ensure their needs are met during the recovery period and beyond.
Our performance against these indicators demonstrates we continue to strive to be valued and accountable.
- Introduced price reduction of 2 per cent for airways service charges on 1 July 2019.
- Supported the commissioning of two new runways at Brisbane and Sunshine Coast Airports through airspace design and other infrastructure requirements, including the completion of a new fire station at Brisbane Airport. These are critical projects to support South-East Queensland’s long-term economic growth.
- As part of our Airspace Modernisation Program, two airspace change proposals came into effect on 21 May 2020. The changes include lowering Class E airspace nationally and approval to conduct a twelve month trial of Class E steps at Ayers Rock. These changes will help to facilitate safer access to our airspace for all users.
- Completed contingency operation trials and the national deployment roadmap for the Digital Aerodrome Service which will enhance service delivery and resilience and improve safety outcomes.