The award, overseen by the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE), will include funding 74 undergraduate and 32 post-graduate courses. It will also include 10 “leadership scholarships” for those who graduated five years ago but want to study to further their careers.
As of 2 December, turbine or piston-driven passenger planes with a maximum take-off weight of more than 5,700kg or fitted with 10 or more passenger seats, as well as cargo planes with a maximum take-off weight of more than 8,618kg, will need to be fitted with terrain awareness warning systems.
The annual Routes Asia conference will be held in Perth in March 2025, and regularly attracts key decision makers from over 170 airlines and 300 airports. The three-day forum is tipped to generate over $6 million in delegate expenditure within the state.
In its submission following the Green Paper released earlier this year, the ALA makes 14 recommendations including compensation for flight delays and cancellations within the airlines’ control, as well as overhauls to civil liability laws.
UniSQ’s Dr Tristan Shelley, who will head the research, said he hoped the virtual workflows the team would develop could eliminate current laborious processes.