Aviation Publications

Following is a range of Aviation related publications..

  • Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs Report: Eyes in the Sky—Inquiry into Drones and the Regulation of Air Safety and Privacy

    On 1 December 2016, the Australian Government tabled its response to the Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs Report titled ‘Eyes in the Sky: Inquiry into Drones and the Regulation of Air Safety and Privacy’. The Committee’s report examined the emerging issues around drone use and the adequacy of the existing regulatory framework.

  • Australia's State Aviation Safety Program - May 2016
  • Australia's Contribution to International Civil Aviation PDF: 784 KB ReadSpeaker - 2014
  • Major Development Plan Assessment Guidelines PDF: 751 KB ReadSpeaker - February 2011
  • Possible Security Classification for Australian Airports Discussion Paper PDF: 249 KB ReadSpeaker - November 2010
  • Aviation White Paper released by the previous government in 2009 PDF: 3796 KB ReadSpeaker
  • Aviation Green Paper released by the previous government in 2008 PDF: 2752 KB ReadSpeaker
  • Safety Benefits of Introduced Drug and Alcohol Testing for Safety-Sensitive Personnel in the Aviation Industry PDF: 108 KB ReadSpeaker - January 2006
  • National Airspace System (NAS) Stage2(b) Characteristics and The Airservices Australia Airspace Risk Assssment of Class E Over Class D towers PDF: 107 KB ReadSpeaker - August 2004
  • Review of Analysis of NAS2B Conducted by Airservices Australia PDF: 232 KB ReadSpeaker - August 2004
  • Going Beyond Noise Contours—Local Approaches to Land Use Planning Around Smaller Australian Airports Discussion Paper PDF: 2602 KB ReadSpeaker - October 2003
  • Guidance Material for Selecting and Providing Aircraft Noise Information PDF: 2070 KB ReadSpeaker - 2003
  • International Air Services Policy Statement PDF: 1643 KB ReadSpeaker - June 2000
  • Expanding Ways to Describe and Assess Aircraft Noise Discussion Paper PDF: 2337 KB ReadSpeaker - March 2000

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