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As part of Senate Estimates today 22 March 2021, Jason Harfield, CEO of Airservices Australia, was asked a number of pertinent questions originally posed by the Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance (BFPCA) about the airspace design work that is now causing excessive and unreasonable noise pollution from Brisbane Airport’s flight paths. Listen to what Mr Harfield has to say in this video, yet many of the important questions were taken on notice.

CEO of Airservices interrogated in Senate Estimates

As part of Senate Estimates today 22 March 2021, Jason Harfield, CEO of Airservices Australia, was asked a number of pertinent questions originally posed by the Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance (BFPCA) about the airspace design work that is now causing excessive and unreasonable noise pollution from Brisbane Airport’s flight paths. Listen to what Mr Harfield has to say in this video, yet many of the important questions were taken on notice. BFPCA is grateful to the Senate Standing Committee on Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport for asking these questions and starting to hold Airservices Australia to account. BFPCA also thank the offices of Terri Butler MP, Senator Anthony Chisholm, Senator Janet Rice, Senator Larissa Waters for their support in tabling these questions to the Senate Standing Committee. If you experience noise pollution in Brisbane, visit https://bfpca.org.au to take action. Video source: Official recording of Senate Committee Proceedings from the Australian Parliament available at https://parlview.aph.gov.au/mediaPlayer.php?videoID=536737

Posted by Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance on Sunday, 21 March 2021

BFPCA is grateful to the Senate Standing Committee on Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport for asking these questions and starting to hold Airservices Australia to account. BFPCA also thank the offices of Terri Butler MP, Senator Anthony Chisholm, Senator Janet Rice, Senator Larissa Waters for their support in tabling these questions.

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Video source: Official recording of Senate Committee Proceedings from the Australian Parliament

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