The award commemorates the airport or aerodrome which has most effectively capitalised on market opportunities while supporting and strengthening Australia’s commercial or regional aviation industry.
Brisbane MPs have promised Brisbane Airport’s flight paths will be “ripped up and redrawn”, in a major win for residents fighting against increased aircraft noise pollution.
The route was due to begin on 15 April 2020 but was axed when the Flying Kangaroo grounded its entire international commercial operations due to COVID.
As Australia celebrates the return of international travel to these shores, we are inviting all airport and aerodrome proprietors to enter in the ‘Airport of the Year’ category at the Australian Aviation Awards.
Shadow minister for transport and infrastructure Catherine King has revealed Labor's plans to instate a permanent forum to monitor aircraft noise levels over Brisbane, and launch a new white paper into Australia's national aviation policy.