Guideline C (wildlife strike) of the National Airports Safeguarding Framework

The National Airports Safeguarding Advisory Group (NASAG) is undertaking a review of Guideline C – Managing the Risk of Wildlife Strikes in the Vicinity of Airports of the NASF.

Public consultation on the Guideline C Issues Paper was conducted for a 6 week period in late 2022. Submission closed on 16 December 2022. Thirteen submissions were received from government and industry stakeholders. Two of these were marked confidential and have therefore not been provided below.

Date received Stakeholder Submission
16-Dec-22 Australian Airline Pilots’ Association PDF: 530 KB 
15-Dec-22 Avisure Pty Ltd PDF: 564 KB
22-Dec-22 Brimbank Council (VIC) PDF: 183 KB
8-Dec-22 Brisbane Airport Corporation Limited PDF: 276 KB
14-Dec-22 Canberra Airport Pty Ltd PDF: 2645 KB
16-Dec-22 City of Kingston (VIC) PDF: 336 KB
23-Dec-22 Merri-bek Council (VIC) PDF: 516 KB
12-Dec-22 Northern Territory Government PDF: 206 KB
16-Dec-22 Sydney Airport Corporation Limited PDF: 319 KB
9-Dec-22 Western Sydney Airport Co Limited PDF: 191 KB
16-Dec-22 Westralia Airports Corporation (Perth Airport) PDF: 209 KB

Your feedback on the Issues Paper will help inform potential updates to the Guideline. The submissions received during the public consultation process will be discussed at the April 2023 NASAG meeting.

Relevant documentation

NASF Guideline C - Issues Paper PDF: 312 KB
NASF Guideline C - Issues Paper DOCX: 178 KB