Aviation

State Aviation Strategy open for public comment

State Aviation Strategy

Supporting the economic and social development of WA through the provision of safe, affordable, efficient and effective aviation services and infrastructure.

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RADS - image of airport at Geraldton

Regional Airports Development Scheme

Improving air services and safety in regional Western Australia.

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Air services

DoT develops and maintains safe, efficient, effective and reliable air services for Western Australians.

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Aviation - infrastructure, access, training and safety information

The Department is the key Western Australian Government coordinating and advisory body on aviation related matters.

We coordinate, develop and influence government and the aviation industry in providing the best aviation services and infrastructure for Western Australia.

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Review of regulated air routes in WA

Department of Transport review of regulated Regular Public Transport air routes in WA.

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Air services

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WA is the largest state in Australia. Regional centres are separated by vast distances.

Aircraft noise

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To complain about aircraft noise please contact the Airservice Australia Noise Enquiry Service.

Regional Airports Development Scheme

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The objective of RADS is to improve regional air services and air safety.

Aviation links

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Links to various aviation-based matters and airports within Western Australia and Australia.

Contact Aviation

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Contact Aviation for general, licensing and RADS related matters by telephone and email.

Aviation site map

Use this page to help locate key areas of the Aviation site.

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Your services access point

 

 

Page last updated: Mon Sep 8 2014 2:48:54 PM