Jandakot Reporting Points: Western Australia

Jandakot Reporting Points: Western Australia

Jandakot Reporting Points: Western Australia

December 10, 2019 By Brian Bigg
What do you think of the two new reporting points at Jandakot?
CASA is looking for feedback on two new visual reporting points at Jandakot Airport in Western Australia. The two new reporting points, Oakford and Brick Works, were implemented in May...

CASA is looking for feedback on two new visual reporting points at Jandakot Airport in Western Australia.

The two new reporting points, Oakford and Brick Works, were implemented in May 2019 after an aeronautical review of Perth airspace in 2017.

CASA wants to hear from VFR pilots and air traffic controllers to find out if the new reporting points are easy to see, easy to understand on the radio and if they are suitable for their operations.

You have until 1 December to put your two cents worth in.

CASA says it will register and review each submission, make them all publicly available on its website (unless you want your submission to remain confidential).

It will also publish a Summary of Consultation which will summarise the feedback received.

For more information,

]https://consultation.casa.gov.au/stakeholder-engagement-group/jandakot-visual-reporting-points/consult_view/?utm_source=phplist1979&utm_medium=email&utm_content=HTML&utm_campaign=CASA+Briefing+Newsletter+-+October+2019+%5BSEC%3DOFFICIAL%5D




Brian Bigg

Brian Bigg is one of Australia’s most experienced aviation journalists. He was the founding editor of Australian Pilot magazine for AOPA, the premier communication medium for general aviation in Australia. Several years later, he became the publisher and founding editor of Sport Pilot magazine, the largest circulation aviation magazine in Australia, with a monthly readership of 14,000. Brian trained in a Piper Tomahawk and flew Archers and Trinidads. Then he shifted to ultralights. He owns and flies an Atec Zephyr which is based at Camden in NSW. Brian remains one of the most passionate advocates for recreational flying in Australia.

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