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AusALPA Comments on the National Airports Safeguarding Framework Draft Update to Guideline B - Managing the Risk of Building Generated Windshear and Turbulence at Airports

AusALPA Comments on the National Airports Safeguarding Framework Draft Update to Guideline B - Managing the Risk of Building Generated Windshear and Turbulence at Airports

As the only stakeholders constantly exposed to these specific environmental risks, AusALPA’s greatest disappointment in the evolution of Guideline B is the apparent inability of the safety message to be heard over the economic development noise created by those decision-makers comfortably remote from the potential accident site. That disappointment stems particularly from the failure of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to provide robust insider advice to NASAG on all safety matters, properly informed by actual operational experience.

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AusALPA Comments on the National Airports Safeguarding Framework Draft Guideline - Managing the Risk in Public Safety Zones at the Ends of Runways

AusALPA Comments on the National Airports Safeguarding Framework Draft Guideline - Managing the Risk in Public Safety Zones at the Ends of Runways

More than any other stakeholders, our members sample the positives and negatives of our approach to airport safeguarding every day. Consequently, AusALPA is committed to the NASF and the Guidelines as well as the long-term strategy of a single broadbased national approach to safeguarding aviation infrastructure at all levels of government across Australia.

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