Gold Coast Airport recognises the important role the community plays in our ongoing success. Our sponsorship and community support programs are aimed at forming active and mutually beneficial relationships with organisations and communities, not just through financial support, but through contributing and transferring skills, expertise and knowledge.
Gold Coast Airport recognises the important role the community plays in its success and seeks to support community organisations and initiatives through its sponsorship programs. These programs are aimed at forming active and mutually beneficial relationships with organisations, not just through financial support, but by contributing and transferring skills, expertise, and knowledge. Gold Coast Airport contributes more than $380,000 per year to local community-oriented sponsorships.
GCA’s parent company Queensland Airports Limited (QAL) is involved with many sponsorship activities and events across regional Queensland through its various ports. These range from small community-based projects to significant regional events. QAL invests more than $650,000 each year to support initiatives across its regions and Queensland-wide.
The Gold Coast Airport Ambassador Program has been temporarily suspended in response to the COVID-19 matter.
The Gold Coast Airport Ambassador 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.
As a Gold Coast Airport Ambassador, you will be responsible for:
Please note – you do not need to have any prior aviation/airport experience to be a Gold Coast Airport Ambassador, as all necessary training will be provided.
For information on the Ambassador Program, email us at: email@example.com.
With more than 420 aircraft movements a week, Gold Coast Airport’s unique location and busy airside environment makes for a great location to plane spot.
Gold Coast Airport and its aviation partners are committed to ensuring the community and other stakeholders are provided with the most relevant information on aircraft noise issues and management. GCA continues to take a proactive approach to communicating with the local community, business groups and local, state and Federal government representatives.
In order to provide details related to noise the following information can be downloaded below:
GCA continues to work closely with Airservices Australia, the entity responsible for monitoring aircraft noise and responding to noise complaints.
Gold Coast Airport is part of an established Airport Noise Abatement Consultative Committee (ANACC) established to communicate with the local community, with a particular focus on noise abatement strategies. ANACC focuses specifically on aircraft noise issues in the local community. The Committee also consults on matters including the production of Australian Noise Exposure Forecasts (ANEFs) for the Airport, and on matters relating to any future aircraft noise amelioration program for residences and public buildings around the Airport.
Gold Coast Airport works collectively with government agencies and community representatives on a range of initiatives regarding airport operations.
In particular, Gold Coast Airport works to address and respond to aircraft noise concerns through the ANACC (Airport Noise Aviation Consultative Committee). The ANACC is a technical committee that focuses specifically on airport noise from airport operations. The ANACC comprises representatives endorsed by local community groups, aviation representatives and government representatives.
Gold Coast Airport also has a well-established Community Aviation Consultative Group (CACG), which acts as the primary community forum to discuss airport activities. The CACG is used to exchange information and provide feedback on aspects relating to airport operations and their impacts.
Local, state and federal government representatives and airline representatives are invited to both the CACG and ANACC to meet with the community to understand their concerns, and to provide information and an ongoing dialogue. The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is also notified of the community forums.
For more information regarding the ANACC:
For more information regarding the CACG: