Albany proposed broadcast area

Closed 8 Feb 2021

Opened 13 Jan 2021


The Office of Airspace Regulation is proposing a broadcast area in the vicinity of Albany, Western Australia, following issues raised by local stakeholders.

Due to the diversity in operations and a number of aerodromes in the vicinity, local stakeholders proposed the establishment a broadcast area to increase the situational awareness of pilots around Albany. This area will be a 50 nautical mile arc centered on Albany and following the coastline from the surface up to 10,000 feet above mean sea level.

The frequency for this area will remain as per the Albany Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF) (127.85). The standard non-controlled aerodrome requirements will apply.

Documents for review

A copy of the proposed broadcast area map is provided below.

If you would like to provide further feedback, please email Feedback submitted by email will be considered but cannot be published publicly. 

Further information about  airspace regulation and the airspace change process is available on the CASA website.

Why your views matter

Why we are consulting

We are seeking your feedback regarding the proposed broadcast area around Albany and how it will impact your operations.  

What Happens Next

Once the consultation has closed, we will register and review each submission received through the online response form. We will make all submissions publicly available on the Consultation Hub, unless you request that your submission remain confidential. We will also publish the final report on our website.

Information about how we consult and how to make a confidential submission is available on the CASA website.

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