The Airports Act was produced by the Federal Government to promote the sound development of civil aviation in Australia.
Airservices Australia is a government-owned corporation providing safe and environmentally sound air traffic control management and related airside services to the aviation industry.
The Bureau is an independent body within the Federal Department of Transport and Regional Services that is Australia’s main agency for transport safety investigations.
This document assesses the difference in lateral noise impacts on the developed areas west of the Airport site, due to aircraft movements on the proposed parallel runway.
The Bureau operates within the Federal Department of Transport and Regional Services to provide information and analysis for the Government and community, improving understanding of the economic factors influencing the transport sector and regional Australia.
CASA is an independent statutory authority that conducts the safety regulation of civil air operations in Australia and the operation of Australian aircraft overseas.
The Federal Department provides policy advice to the Ministers for the Transport and Regional Services portfolio and delivers a variety of programs on behalf of the Australian Government.
The Act protects the environment, particularly matters of national environmental significance.
The Commission was established to enhance the welfare of Australians by promoting economic efficiency through competition in the provision of international air services.
The trade association for international air transport, representing 265 airlines.
The Organization was set up by the United Nations to establish international standards covering the technical fields of aviation.
The study reports describe the environmental, social, economic and cultural issues associated with sand extraction from Moreton Bay.
The plan was produced by the Queensland Government to guide growth and development in the region for the next two decades.
The plan describes how the Queensland coastal zone is to be managed under the Coastal Protection and Management Act 1995.
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