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Normalising Tailwind Operations Politics Threatening Aviation Safety

Normalising Tailwind Operations Politics Threatening Aviation Safety

AusALPA is very concerned with the political processes being undertaken by Airservices (AsA) and Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) to appease a small but vocal segment of the local community who, after being lulled into a false environmental perception by the lack of aviation activity during the majority of the COVID-19 pandemic, are concerned by the impact of a resumption of flights on their property values as well as the impact on their quality of life.

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2019 NASF Implementation Review

2019 NASF Implementation Review

AusALPA recognises that the economic decisions surrounding airports, i.e. determining the balance between the economic benefits of developments and the detriments to the accessibility, efficiency and capacity of an airport, rest entirely with the relevant jurisdiction within which the airport is situated or which retains legal control.

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 Essendon Fields Airport Preliminary Draft Master Plan 2019 Consultation

Essendon Fields Airport Preliminary Draft Master Plan 2019 Consultation

AusALPA believes the Preliminary Draft Master Plan 2019 is primarily a commercial development plan that sacrifices less-economic  aviation  activities  for  buildings and  non-aviation  use.  It  does  not promote, protect or encourage aviation activities and will limit future aviation use of this federally owned public asset.

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