Passenger and Visitor Covid -19 Safety
As of 6pm Friday 08/01/2021, it is mandatory for everyone at the airport to wear a mask at all times.
Everyone is asked to continue to maintain social distancing and hygiene practices.
Refer to airlines for flight status and updates.
Refer to State and Territory Government advice for updated travel information.
Follow the latest Queensland Government advice here : https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status
Aircraft noise is part of the daily operations at any airport and is recognised as an important issue, which is constantly being addressed by the aviation industry. Whilst most aviation related noise is generated by aircraft and not the airport itself, at Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport we recognise that we have a part to play in helping the community understand the effects of aircraft noise.
Aircraft noise is managed by Airservices Australia – a government owned organisation providing safe, secure, efficient and environmentally responsible services to the aviation industry.
In consultation with the Civil Aviation Authority (CASA), The Department of Defence, Airservices Australia, and the Department of Transport and Infrastructure, the departures and approaches to and from Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport have been designed to maximise safety and minimise the impact on communities surrounding the airport.
For enquiries about the airspace around Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport email firstname.lastname@example.org
Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA)
Bureau of Infrastructure Transport and Regional Economics
Specific laws apply to the operational of unmanned Aerial vehicles (drones etc) in the vicinity of airports in order to ensure safe operation of aircraft. Please refer to information provided by the regulator, CASA, on this matter on their website https://casa.dronecomplier.com/
Illegal drone operations near the airport will be reported to Queensland Police immediately.