Welcome to Aviation Projects

Aviation Projects is a leading consultancy to airport owners, operators, regulators, governments and service providers in Australia and the Asia Pacific region, specialising in the safety, security, efficiency and sustainability of airports, aircraft operations and airspace. 

Spearheaded by former RAAF fighter pilot and highly respected industry expert, Keith Tonkin, Aviation Projects delivers innovative design solutions to complex problems that involve airport upgrades, airport safeguarding, master plans, risk management for new and older airports, wind farms and building developments that affect airspace.

Aviation Projects has local presence in key locations across Australia and the capacity to manage major and smaller projects both here and throughout the broader Asia Pacific region.

The Aviation Projects team works to ensure compliance with all aviation laws and obligations in an innovative, efficient and cost effective way. We save our clients money through creative and efficient design that can only take place with the level of aeronautical expertise that Aviation Projects has.

We work on behalf of all levels of government and commercial entities responsible for airports across Australia, so we understand intimately what they need.

We also work with government agencies on behalf of clients who must comply with regulations and ensure their airport or commercial operation meets all legal requirements.

Our services cover:

  • Airport planning and design
  • Aerodrome safeguarding
  • Aeronautical Studies and risk management
  • Wind farms and infrastructure
  • Operations
  • Airspace
  • Expert witness services

Aviation Projects has been operating for 14 years and is a member of the Australian Airports Association.


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Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport - Master Planning

Aviation Projects provided expert advice and guidance on a range of matters including preparation of demand forecasts and expected aircraft operations, concept layouts, concept airspace and aircraft flight paths and consideration of various other planning and operations matters.

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