Agnew Gold extends Alliance contract

The entrance to the Gold Fields Agnew underground mine.

Alliance has had its air charter services with Agnew Gold Mining, a subsidiary of Gold Fields Limited, extended for an additional term of three years.

Alliance has provided services since 2019, and in this time, services have increased from eight to 12 flights per week between Perth and the site in Leinster in Western Australia.

By the end of this contract term, Alliance will have operated for Agnew for a period of six years.

Alliance also provides services to the Granny Smith mine near Laverton, Western Australia, on behalf of Gold Fields Limited.

Alliance managing director, Scott McMillan, said the contract extension was further proof of Alliance’s ability to retain clients as a result of safe, reliable and on-time air charter services.

Alliance is Australasia’s leading provider of contract, charter and allied aviation and maintenance services currently employing more than 850 full time staff.

The company has operational bases in Brisbane, Townsville, Cairns, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin and Rockhampton and a dedicated engineering base located at Brisbane Airport.


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Editor of industrial titles and mastheads with Prime Creative Media. Publications include Rail Express and Australian Mining (web content).

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