Aerocare supports Wings for Autism program at Perth Airport

Aerocare is proud to help Autism WA and Perth Airport to facilitate the Wings for Autism program, promoting autism awareness and providing the opportunity for families to trial going on a plane in a safe and structured way. Aerocare Perth’s Manager Customer Experience Paul Brunyee said the local Aerocare team had been assisting Perth Airport…
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Aerocare commences Qantas Group services in Hobart

Aerocare has commenced ground services for QantasLink and Jetstar in Hobart. Aerocare CEO Glenn Rutherford said: “Aerocare’s selection as preferred supplier for the Qantas Group in Hobart recognises the stand-out performance of our local team, and our service delivery for QantasLink and Jetstar throughout Australia and New Zealand.” “We’ve enjoyed offering a wealth of leadership…
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Nominations open for Aerocare Top 50 Reward Trip to Fiji

Nominations are open for the next Aerocare Top 50 Reward Trip – a three-night, all-expenses-paid tour to beautiful Fiji! Fifty of Aerocare’s most committed, hardworking and highly-regarded team members, as voted by their peers, will jet off to Fiji staying the Sheraton resort from October 28-31. Aerocare CEO Glenn Rutherford says: “At Aerocare we believe…
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Colin Youd wins Launceston Airport Excellence in Safety Award

Aerocare's Colin Youd has received the 2016/17 Launceston Airport Excellence in Safety Award. Colin who works as Day Operations Supervisor for Qantas Freight, received his award at the Australia Pacific Airports Corporation Annual Customer Service Awards gala event in Melbourne earlier this month. Colin was recognised for his continual engagement with the Launceston Airport Safety team and…
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Japan Airlines appoints Aerocare for new Melbourne-Tokyo service

Japan Airlines has appointed Aerocare to support the new daily direct service between Melbourne and Tokyo commencing on September 1. Aerocare will provide the full range of ground handling services for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights to Tokyo’s Narita International Airport. Aerocare CEO Glenn Rutherford said: “Aerocare is extremely pleased to be partnering with JAL…
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Aerocare congratulates Scoot on turning five!

Aerocare congratulates Scoot on five successful years in the air. On 4 June 2012 Singapore-based Scoot began its first flight to Sydney Airport and a week later it started flying to the Gold Coast, with Perth flights commencing late the following year, and Melbourne in 2015. “In 2012, Scoot was an exciting new start-up with…
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Two years of SilkAir Cairns – Singapore flights

Today marks two years since SilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines, launched their inaugural flight to Cairns. Cairns was SilkAir’s second Australian port after Darwin, which was added to their network in 2012. Aerocare has supported SilkAir at Cairns airport since the May 2015 launch and the service continues to run three times per week…
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Aerocare supports Cancer Council Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

Aerocare teams have held events around the country in support of Cancer Council Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea. Operations were encouraged to hold morning teas, plan raffles and games, and collect donations to help fund Cancer Council’s vital work. The official date for the next Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is Thursday 25th May 2017, but Aerocare…
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Carbridge media statement on ABC misinformation

Aerocare, on behalf of its independently managed affiliate Carbridge, confirms that on 25th April a bus it operates at Sydney Airport suffered a contained fire in its engine bay. No one was hurt and there was no interruption to traffic flows or customer service. Carbridge personnel followed all correct procedures, including notifying the NSW Office…
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