For Aviation Community
The Australian Government is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for the G20 Leaders' Summit in Brisbane. To help achieve this, the Australian Government has established air control measures to ensure that an appropriate level of airspace security exists to support the event.
All aircraft and airspace users planning to conduct operations within 90 nautical miles of Brisbane Airport during 11-18 November 2014 will need to comply with the regulations and procedures detailed in the Aeronautical Information Service Supplement (AIP SUP) issued by Airservices Australia.
Temporary Restricted Areas have been designed to ensure the security of the Leaders' Summit while minimising disruption for the general aviation community. Restricted areas will be activated by Notice to Airmen (NOTAM).
The G20 Taskforce, Airservices Australia, Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Department of Defence and Queensland Police Service are working with the aviation community to share information on the air control measures. This will include airfield visits and briefings to explain the restrictions to aerodrome operators, private pilots and flying schools and clubs based in or near the main restricted areas.
Download the fact sheet General Aviation.