BFPCA Community Survey 2022

Update 17/05/2022: Survey still open but interim report now available here. Brisbane residents are invited to complete the second BFPCA community survey now. During December 2020 to January 2021 BFPCA previously sponsored a community survey on the noise pollution impact associated with the operation of Brisbane Airport’s flight paths amongst Read more…

Post-Implementation Review (PIR) updates

How do I register? Airservices Australia have launched the Post-Implementation Review (PIR) portal for the new parallel runway, and we encourage all residents affected by noise pollution from Brisbane Airport’s flight paths to register and subscribe for updates. (i) Register; (ii) Sign in; (iii) Subscribe for project updates (top right side Read more…

Airservices stonewalling noise complainants FOI documents reveal

Airservices Australia systematically stonewalls community members with legitimate complaints about aircraft noise, claims local community group Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance (BFPCA). Community complaints manuals obtained through Freedom of Information requests show how Airservices staff are instructed to provide pre-scripted answers designed to quash complaints and prevent them from progressing Read more…

Petition to the Australian Parliament

Update #5 (16/02/2022) Today, BFPCA was informed by the Secretariat of the Petitions Committee in the House of Representatives that a response to our petition from the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development (dated 29/11/2021) was presented in the House on 14/02/2022 and has now Read more…

Brisbane Airport PIR Advisory Forum

Update #7 (19 Jan 2022) BAPAF today (19 Jan 2022) publicly released its first Quarterly Progress Report (Oct – Dec 2021) addressed to Deputy PM and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Barnaby Joyce. The report makes four recommendations: The Forum considers those measures that can be implemented in Read more…