building a National Network
Flight Path Forum is working
with community groups and residents’ associations in flight
path affected areas across the country to formalise an
alliance with the intent of raising the profile of our
issues as a collective at a National level.
A national perspective on
Airservices Australia’s continued failure to consult with
impacted communities in a timely and effective manner is
essential in taking this fight to the highest levels of
There must be transparency
of process and a genuine commitment by Airservices Australia
(ASA) to design and implement flight path changes that have
been adequately impact assessed.
communities must be assured of their right to genuine and
meaningful consultation well ahead of any changes being
Communities of the northern
Sunshine Coast are not alone in this fight. It is time for
collective action to push for legislative change and a
Senate inquiry into ASA’s processes and actions.