Sunshine Coast Airport Flight Path Changes Post Implementation Review (PIR) Draft Report available for comment

Airservices Australia

Airservices Australia is inviting the Sunshine Coast community to comment on the Sunshine Coast Airport Flight Path Changes Post Implementation Review (PIR) Draft Report.

The public comment period runs until Sunday, 26 March via our Engage website. We will consider this feedback as part of finalising the PIR.

The PIR outlines the recommendations Airservices will progress with a focus on improving noise outcomes for the local community, where safe and operationally feasible.

The recommendations have been informed by our consultation with stakeholders and include suggested improvement ideas we received from the community and industry during the PIR process.

Airservices Chief Executive Officer Jason Harfield said: “Airservices thanks the Sunshine community for their involvement and contributions toward the PIR to-date.

“We encourage the community to review the PIR and provide any further comments to inform final PIR recommendations.”

The community is invited to attend two Drop-In Sessions to discuss the Draft Report – people are welcome to arrive at any time during the session windows.

Drop-In Sessions will be held at North Shore Community Centre, 701 David Low Way, Mudjimba on Saturday 4 March at 12noon-5pm and Peregian Beach Community House, 5-7 Rufous St, Peregian Beach on Monday 6 March from 3-4pm.

For more information on the Drop-in Session, and the Sunshine Coast PIR, visit Airservices’ Engage website.


About Airservices
Airservices Australia is a government-owned organisation responsible for the safe and efficient management of 11 per cent of the world’s airspace and the provision of aviation rescue fire fighting services at Australia’s busiest airports. We connect people with their world safely – linking family and friends, generating economic activity, creating jobs and facilitating trade and tourism.

Posted on: February 9, 2023

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