Aviation Projects is a multi-disciplinary consultancy, firmly focussed
on achieving our purpose of a safe, secure, efficient and sustainable
Our unique understanding of the aviation industry and the strategic
relationships we have with regulators and a broad range of industry
participants positions us to provide best practice management expertise
applicable to airports and flying operations.
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Airport operators are faced with increasingly complex compliance and
management programs, as well a lack of affordable management expertise.
We can provide independent advice or take full contractual responsibility for:
- Strategic management
- Operational management
- Upgrade and master planning
- Special projects
The growth in civil aviation flying activities around the world has
led to a shortage of expertise available to assist in the
establishment and ongoing management of safe, secure, efficient and
sustainable flying operations. Our experience in this
field enables us to provide targeted expertise to assist with the
full range of aviation planning, compliance and management programs.
Where aviation impacts have been identified or deviations from applicable regulations, standards or guidance are necessary, we can assist regulators, developers or operators to achieve desired outcomes through preparation of an aeronautical study or impact assessment.
We can assist with the identification of potential risks associated with a proposed course of action and development of a treatment plan in order to maintain an acceptable level of safety through preparation of a risk assessment.
We sponsor academic research into subjects that assist us to achieve our mission.
Expert witness services can also be provided.
Our expertise in airport and flying operations is focussed on three
core areas of activity; planning, operations and management.
We assist organisations to maximise the return on their invested
capital through strategic planning initiatives, analysing current
circumstances, facilities and systems and proposing and implementing
improvements where appropriate.
We assist aviation organisations to operate safely, securely and effectively.
We assist organisations to achieve sustainable outcomes, assure
stakeholders that their management activities comply with all
relevant regulatory requirements, ensure that scarce resources are
allocated to achieve quality, time or cost objectives using
appropriate management techniques, and retain and distribute
corporate knowledge through the development of policies, procedures
and supporting documentation.
Runway Width, Runway Strip Width and Approach Surface Length of Inner Edge
Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is reviewing aerodrome design requirements associated with runway width, runway strip width and approach surface length of inner edge.
CASA’s latest proposal is to de-link aircraft operational limitations from the aerodrome design process, so that an aircraft operator will need to meet certain requirements and satisfy itself that there will be an acceptable level of safety before operating on a runway narrower than that specified in Manual of Standards Part 139 — Aerodromes Table 2.1-1.
CASA approval of these operations will in part be based on acceptance of an aircraft manufacturer’s flight manual supplement that details applicable operational restrictions or limitations.
Exemptions from applicable runway strip width and approach surface length of inner edge standards may still be required.
For further information about this project, please contact us.