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We are conducting a national stakeholder consultation on Airservices Draft Flight Path Design Principles that will shape how we design, develop and implement flight path changes into the future

This consultation will not include discussions on specific flight path changes occurring in any one location. The consultation will be focused solely on the Draft Principles.

We are using a range of approaches to engage with stakeholders, including a National Online Survey, six Face-to-Face Community Workshops, three Industry Stakeholder Panels, and two Community Pop-up Stalls (to promote completion of the Survey).

To ensure we are able to hear the views of all stakeholders, regardless of location, we encourage you to have your say via the Online Survey.

Locations for Community Workshops and Industry Stakeholder Panels were selected to ensure we hear views from across Australia. In selecting locations, we ensured that we reflected a balance of aircraft operations (including general aviation, civilian and military), capital city and regional areas, and had access to broad community, government and industry representation.

The Online Survey is open until 9 February 2020. We look forward to receiving your feedback on the Draft Flight Path Design Principles.

Once finalised the Flight Path Design Principles will guide flight path design, development and implementation in the future.

This project has concluded

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