BFPCA have produced and published a number of information videos that help to educate concerned residents of Brisbane about the issues we are dealing with and shed light on the corporate PR spin we are dealing with.
20/08/2022: BFPCA 2022 Survey Results
Our 2022 survey highlights the shocking extent of mental health impacts on Brisbane and surrounding communities as a result of Brisbane Airport’s flight paths.
The video below reveals the top line results, which are a follow up to BFPCA’s original 2020 survey. The quick version is things are getting worse and the Airservices PIR noise improvements trials have not had an impact.
21/03/2022: PM and Premier interruped by plane noise
Scott Morrison and Annastacia Palaszczuk may be able to just wait until a plane has gone over, but for thousands of Brisbane residents stuck in Brisbane Airport’s noise sewer the next plane is already approaching. What is their plan to fix this mess we ask…?
PM and Premier interrupted by plane noise
Scott Morrison (ScoMo) and Annastacia Palaszczuk MP, you may be able to just wait until this plane’s gone over, but for thousands of #Brisbane residents stuck in Brisbane Airport’s noise sewer the next plane is already approaching. What is your plan to fix this mess? Join the fight: https://bfpca.org.au/signup/ #auspolPosted by Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance on Monday, 21 March 2022
15/03/2022: BFPCA Federal Election 2022 Campaign Fund Video
12/07/2021: Dear Queensland Premier, let’s talk about schools underneath Brisbane Airport’s flight paths…
Dear Queensland Premier: Let’s talk about schools underneath Brisbane Airport’s flight paths
Dear Queensland Premier, let’s talk about schools underneath Brisbane Airport’s flight paths Scientific evidence confirms that chronic aircraft noise impairs children’s cognition. Yet, more than 50,000 school children at more than 50 schools across Brisbane are learning underneath Brisbane Airport’s network of flight paths, according to new data analysis by Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance (BFPCA). Read the full statement: https://bfpca.org.au/schools/ Take action: https://bfpca.org.au/take-action/Posted by Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance on Sunday, 11 July 2021
14/06/2021: Why 50% OTB (Over The Bay) is a FAIL
Why 50% OTB (Over The Bay) is a FAIL
More PR spin from Brisbane Airport Corporation: They keep telling people they are “happy to report that we are indeed getting most aircraft operations over the bay. We are seeing an average of 50% of flights over the bay in the hours between 6am and 10pm, and 73% over the bay from 10pm to 6am.” Let’s debunk this myth: 50% over the bay means 50% over the city. Brisbane communities were told that SODPROPS (Simultaneous opposite direction parallel runway operations) would be the preferred mode: This in fact occurs 0% during the day, and only ~ 27% at night. Watch BFPCA’s latest BAC PR spin buster to learn the facts.Posted by Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance on Monday, 14 June 2021
09/06/2021: BAC’s Spin Exposed – Part 2
BAC’s Spin Exposed – Part 2
BAC’s Spin Exposed – Part 2 BAC told Brisbane communities the New Parallel Runway would reduce noise over the city as they’d be able to send more planes Over The Bay. Let’s check the facts. Sign our federal petition: https://bfpca.org.au/petitionPosted by Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance on Tuesday, 8 June 2021
08/05/2021: BAC’s Spin Exposed – Part 1
How BAC’s message changed between 2014 and today
How BAC’s message to communities about “Over the Bay” operations changed from then to now. Take action: https://bfpca.org.au/take-action/Posted by Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance on Friday, 7 May 2021
19/03/2021: True flight path impacts revealed in community-led survey
To date, there has been an unwillingness on the part of Airservices and BAC to recognise the identified consultation deficiencies and to reasonably mitigate the excessive noise, health, education, and other environmental impacts of the airspace design. This BFPCA-led survey of affected residents in December 2020 to January 2021 is a powerful and insightful summary of the community experience since the new runway and the revised airpath operations have been operating. Find out more in the BFPCA Community Survey Report >
27/02/2021: Introducing BFPCA
Check out our latest animation introducing the Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance and some of our collective progress to date in raising awareness about the unreasonable noise pollution from Brisbane Airport’s flight paths and advocating for action to remedy the negative impacts. Join our discussion group at Brisbane Airport Aircraft Noise, and have your questions answered by our FAQs: https://bfpca.org.au/faq/Posted by Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance on Friday, 26 February 2021
17/02/2021: Meet David
One of our creative members has put together this little animation, which nicely illustrates the pain and frustration we all experience having to deal with excessive noise pollution from Brisbane Airport’s new flight paths. Follow and support the @Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance (BFPCA) and join us in fighting back against unreasonable aircraft noise pollution over our homes.Posted by Brisbane Flight Path Community Alliance on Tuesday, 16 February 2021