The Brisbane Airport Community Aviation Consultation Group (BACACG) is a consultative forum designed to bring together government, the aviation industry, and the community to discuss a range of topics including aircraft noise, airport developments, airport operations and Terminal access. The group is independently Chaired by Major General Peter Arnison (Retd) and meets four times per year.
Members of the public can contact the BACACG by email.
2019 Meeting Schedule
- 5 March 2019
- 4 June 2019
- 3 September 2019
- 26 November 2019
Below are the meeting minutes for BACACG meetings from 2015. If you require earlier copies please contact the BACACG secretary.
Please click on the below link to view Terms of Reference for the Brisbane Airport Community Aviation Consultation Group (BACACG).
Aircraft noise complaints
Noise complaints can be lodged on the Airservices Australia website or by calling Airservices Australia's Noise Enquiry Service on 1800 802 584 (freecall). Complaints can also be lodged in writing:
Noise Enquiry Service
PO Box 211
Mascot NSW 1460
Airservices Australia publishes quarterly Aircraft Noise Complaint and Enquiry Reports. Click here to read about Brisbane Airport.
Aircraft Noise Ombudsman
The Aircraft Noise Ombudsman (ANO) conducts independent reviews of Airservices Australia's management of aircraft noise-related activities, including the handling of complaints or enquiries made to Airservices Australia about aircraft noise, the community consultation processes related to aircraft noise and the presentation and distribution of aircraft noise-related information.
The Aircraftnoise.com.au website is an initiative of Airservices Australia and the Australian Airports Association and is supported by the Aircraft Noise Ombudsman and aviation industry. This website provides information on the causes of aircraft noise, how the industry is working together and what people can do to reduce its impact.
Aircraft and Flight Path Information
Webtrack is a tool that allows the community to see where aircraft fly and explore historical trends and patterns. Click here to visit the Airservices Australia webtrack site.
To compare current and future flight paths using Brisbane Airport's Flight Path Information Software click here.
In December 2010 the Federal Government made amendments to the Airports Act 1996 which strengthen the requirements for airport master plans. The Government released these guidelines to assist airports in meeting the new requirements.