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Who do I contact about aircraft noise concerns?
Airservices Australia is a government-owned corporation providing safe and environmentally sound air traffic control management and related airside services to the aviation industry. Airservices Australia monitor aircraft noise levels at Australian airports.
Aircraft noise complaints:
The Airservices Australia Noise Enquiry Service can be contacted on:
Phone 1800 802 584 (freecall) or 1300 302 240 (local call)
or write to:
Noise Enquiry Service
PO Box 211
Mascot NSW 1460
How can I see what aircraft are flying over Gold Coast Airport?
WebTrak for the Gold Coast can be viewed here.
How are flight paths chosen?
Ideally, aircraft fly by the most direct route and at the optimum altitude for reasons of economy and efficiency of flight operations. However, it is not always possible for aircraft to fly optimum routes because of noise and safety considerations and the competing demands of other airspace users.
Some factors that influence flight paths are:
What are flight paths and flight zones?
While flight paths are often depicted as single lines on a map, it is not possible for all aircraft following a particular flight path to fly along the same line. In practice, flight paths tend to be corridors that can be a number of kilometres wide.
Flight paths show where the aircraft fly most of the time, flight zones are also shown to describe in more general terms the airspace that may be used by aircraft operating to and from the airport. The flight zones include all the flight paths and adjacent airspace which may be used by aircraft for safety and other operational reasons. Aircraft will be seen and heard anywhere in the flight zone around an airport.
Aircraft operating at low altitudes creating the most noise are generally found within a radius of about 10 nautical miles (19km) from the aerodrome. For example, an aircraft preparing to land would be at an altitude of about 3000 feet (approximately 900m) at 10 nautical miles from the runway threshold. Departing aircraft are usually higher than arriving aircraft at equal distances from the aerodrome. Aircraft will, of course, also be seen and heard outside this 10 nautical mile radius.
Why does Gold Coast Airport have a curfew?
Gold Coast Airport is regulated by the Federal Government under the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development. The curfew at Gold Coast Airport is between 11.00pm – 6.00am Queensland time.
What is RNP and how will it affect aircraft noise?
RNP (Required Navigation Performance) is a way of defining the navigation capability of an aircraft, taking into account the performance of the avionics, on-board systems and flight characteristics.
How many flight movements does Gold Coast Airport have per day?
At the present time Gold Coast Airport has up to 800 aircraft movements per day including both jet operations and general aviation aircraft.
How does Gold Coast Airport consult with the community?
The Airport Noise Abatement Consultative Committee (ANACC) has been very successful conduit for us to communicate proactively to our local community.The Community Aviation Consultation Committee to help facilitate greater community consultation, particularly on planning and development activities on the airport.Visit our Community pages for more information.
What is the Gold Coast Airport Ambassador Program?
The program aims to equip volunteers with the ability to provide exceptional customer service to passengers and visitors, to ultimately deliver a positive and lasting impression of the Gold Coast Airport and its facilities. For more information visit Airport Ambassadors.
How do I provide feedback on my experience at Gold Coast Airport?
To provide feedback, or make a complaint about your experience at Gold Coast Airport, please visit our Feedback page and complete the form.
What is Gold Coast Airport’s commitment to environmental sustainability?
Gold Coast Airport operates under the Airports Act 1996 and Airports (Environmental Protection) Regulations 1997. For more information click here.