Draft Air Traffic Management Plan (ATMP)

The Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, in consultation with aviation agencies, has drafted an Air Traffic Management Plan (ATMP) which outlines Australia's national air traffic management planning response to the International Civil Aviation Organization's Global Air Navigation Plan.

The draft ATMP has been developed in close consultation with Airservices Australia, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, the Department of Defence and the Bureau of Meteorology.

The Department invites aviation industry and public comments on the draft ATMP by close of business Friday 15 July 2016.

Submissions on the Draft Australian Air Traffic Management Plan should be made using this form. Items marked with an asterisk are mandatory fields.

       
 

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Australian Privacy Principle 5 Notice

Release of the Draft Australian Air Traffic Management Plan for public and industry comment

Your submission, including any personal information supplied, is being collected by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development for the purpose of preparing advice to the Australian Government on the Air Traffic Management Plan (ATMP), in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 (the Privacy Act)

Your personal information will be stored securely by the Department. It may be used by the Department to make further contact with you about the consultation process. Your personal information will not be disclosed to any other third parties, except in the circumstances outlined below.

Submissions, in part or full, including the name of the author may be published on the Department's website or in the Government's response, unless the submission is confidential. Confidential submissions (including author name) will not be published. Private addresses and contact details will not be published or disclosed to any third parties unless required by law.

Submissions will only be treated as confidential if they are expressly stated to be confidential. Automatically generated confidentiality statements or disclaimers appended to an email do not suffice for this purpose. If you wish you make a confidential submission, you should indicate this by ensuring your submission is marked confidential.

Confidential submissions will be kept securely and will only be disclosed in the following circumstances:

  • in response to a request by a Commonwealth Minister;
  • where required by a House or a Committee of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia; or
  • where required by law.

The Department may also disclose confidential submissions within the Commonwealth of Australia, including with other Commonwealth agencies, where necessary in the public interest.

Please note that in order to protect the personal privacy of individuals in accordance with the Privacy Act any submissions containing sensitive information, personal information or information which may reasonably be used to identify a person or group of people may not be published, even if not marked as confidential.

The Department's privacy policy contains information regarding complaint handling processes and how to access and/or seek correction of personal information held by the Department. The Privacy Officer can be contacted on (02) 6274 6495.

 
 
 

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Last Updated: 21 March, 2017