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Old 19th Sep 2023, 06:07
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Originally Posted by Traffic_Is_Er_Was
Is Ballina SFIS a dedicated position, or is it provided as an additional service by the controller overseeing the airspace?
Dedicated position operating on ctaf.
There was some sort of earlier CASA recommendation although not sure how binding it was ??? for it to have APP by Nov 23 & TWR by Jun 24 ?
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for it to have APP by Nov 23 & TWR by Jun 24 ?
​​​​​​​ that's very funny.
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Originally Posted by Traffic_Is_Er_Was
Is Ballina SFIS a dedicated position, or is it provided as an additional service by the controller overseeing the airspace?
Ballina SFIS is provided by AsA from Brisbane Air Traffic Services Centre using a dedicated TAAATS console. The airspace classification is Class G.

CASA BNA Airspace Review
Apparently the airspace can be a bit willing.

From the CASA Review.
At approximately 2301 the Ballina SFIS experienced an excessive workload that persisted for
approximately 25 minutes. During this period the controller was managing approximately 9 aircraft
in or of immediate interest to the Ballina volume, primarily VFR aircraft operating without flight
plans. The workload was such that a Handover / Takeover was abandoned at 2314. At time 2316
the controller had 28 pairs of traffic marked in the Directed Traffic Information (DTI) window as
traffic passed. At time 2318 the controller had passed 38 pairs of traffic recorded in the DTI window
and was managing 4 jurisdiction tracks (not in surveillance), 3 jurisdiction tracks (in surveillance)
and 1 announced track (not in surveillance). At 2324 the DTI window had 38 traffic pairs marked as
passed and a further 2 pairs marked as pending traffic.


The report doesn't say at what time the Handover / Takeover was commenced, nor does it say over what period was the 38 traffic pairs.

From the CASA Review.
Recommendation 3
CASA should direct AA to install an Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B)
ground station in the vicinity of Ballina to improve surveillance as soon as practicable but no later
than April 2023. The ground station should, as far as is practical, provide ADS-B surveillance
capability to the runway surface.


AsA website has ADSB locations and coverage charts but the information hasn’t been updated since May 2020.
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Old 19th Sep 2023, 07:30
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When OAR decided, in 2015, that a CA/GRO was sufficient (PS. There were no licensed ATCs in OAR) I was dispatched to make an assessment.
My recommendation was that, due to the regulations, a CA/GRO would only add to the amount of radio traffic, and not solve any problems. (The regulation requires pilots to make broadcasts and communicate with each other, regardless of anything the CA/GRO operator does)
Ballina Airport had plans to increase the numbers of aircraft, so I recommended that a control tower would be eventually required, so we should start Airservices down that road straightaway.
This was ignored, and in 2016 the CA/GRO opened. The service was hamstrung from the start because Airservices offered the fire station as a base, so unbeknown to the ATCs in CASA, OAR told the airport they did not need to go ahead with the small control tower they were going to build on top of the terminal. That could later have become an ATC Tower, but farsightedness was not an attribute in great supply.
It turned out that the Firies did not like this operator being in their observation post, so he/she was required to sit well behind the duty fireman. This was because the primary purpose of the observation post was for the duty fireman to watch every RPT landing and take off, and alert his colleagues if they were needed.

To answer the question above, even though it has dates in it, OAR has only recommended the following:

Recommendation 7
As an interim action pending the completion of Recommendation 8, CASA should make a determination to establish a control area around Ballina Byron Gateway Airport with a base which is as low as possible, and direct AA to provide services within the control area. The services should be provided during all periods of scheduled Air Transport Operations and include an Approach Control Service to aircraft operating under the Instrument Flight Rules (IFR), separation between IFR aircraft, VFR traffic information to all aircraft, and sequencing of all aircraft to and from the runway. CASA and AA should jointly explore opportunities to detect non-cooperative aircraft or vehicles in the immediate vicinity of the runway. The services should be established as soon as practicable but no later than 30 November 2023.
Recommendation 8
CASA should make a determination that Ballina Byron Gateway Airport will become a controlled aerodrome with an associated control zone and control area, and direct Airservices Australia (AA) to provide an Aerodrome Control Service1 to the aerodrome. That service should be established as soon as practicable but no later than 13 June 2024.
Recommendation 9
CASA should prepare and finalise an Airspace Change Proposal (ACP) for a control zone and control area steps in preparation for the implementation of Recommendations 7 and 8.


OAR only makes recommendations because, instead of being an airspace regulator as their regulations require, they were made a minor office within CASA. Hence, all their recommendations have to be approved and actioned by CASA managers higher up the tree.
This allows the Department, Airservices and CASA to hold almost limitless internal discussions, and as far as the rest of us know, change all the OAR recommendations and dates.
We will only find out what they eventually decide when NOTAMS and AICs appear.

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Old 19th Sep 2023, 09:09
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Originally Posted by Geoff Fairless
OAR only makes recommendations because, instead of being an airspace regulator as their regulations require, they were made a minor office within CASA. Hence, all their recommendations have to be approved and actioned by CASA managers higher up the tree.
This allows the Department, Airservices and CASA to hold almost limitless internal discussions, and as far as the rest of us know, change all the OAR recommendations and dates.
We will only find out what they eventually decide when NOTAMS and AICs appear.
Thanks Geoff. Ballina has been extensively covered in this thread Ballina

What worries me is the ON/OFF/ON nature of SFIS as staff shortages continue to bite, especially in Brisbane Centre. ON / OFF for an hour to allow a break for the ATC / ON again etc.
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C417/23
TRAINING FLIGHTS (OTHER THAN CIRCUIT TRAINING AND TRANSITS TO AND
FROM THE TRAINING AREA NOT ABOVE 1000FT), AWK FLIGHTS AND VFR
TRANSITS OF CONTROLLED AREA NOT PERMITTED AT MACKAY DUE OPERATIONAL
RESTRICTIONS
FROM 09 182132 TO 09 190330
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TRAINING FLIGHTS (OTHER THAN CIRCUIT TRAINING AND TRANSITS TO AND
FROM THE TRAINING AREA NOT ABOVE 1000FT), AWK FLIGHTS AND VFR
TRANSITS OF THE CONTROLLED AREA NOT PERMITTED AT ROCKHAMPTON DUE
OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS
FROM 09 182131 TO 09 190330
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TRAINING FLT (CIRCUITS/ILS/VFR OVERSHOOT/AEROBATICS), PARACHUTING AND
SURVEY FLIGHTS NOT PERMITTED DUE OPR RESTRICTIONS
FROM 09 182241 TO 09 190100
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B36/23
ATS AT YSCB AERODROME ARE SUBJECT TO CONTINGENCY DUE OPR RESTRICTIONS
AERODROME CTL SER NOT AVBL.
MANDATORY BROADCAST PROC AS DETAILED IN AIP APPLY ON 118.7
APP [AND DEP] CTL SER PROVIDED TO SFC ON 125.9. ALL AIRCRAFT
REQUESTING CLEARANCE INTO THE AIRSPACE MUST CONTACT 125.9. NO LANDING
OR TAKE OFF CLEARANCES WILL BE ISSUED.
PILOTS-IN-COMMAND ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR COLLISION AVOIDANCE ON
THE MOVEMENT AREA.

PRIOR TO OPERATING ON THE MANOEUVRING AREA PILOTS MAY IF REQUIRED
OBTAIN A BRIEFING ON CONTINGENCY PROCEDURES FROM AIRSERVICES
AUSTRALIA ON +61 3 9235 7420 OR 1300 879 535.

PRIOR TO OPERATING ON THE MANOEUVRING AREA PILOTS MUST:
1. OBTAIN A LANDING OR DEPARTURE TIME
2. IF DEPARTING, OBTAIN AN AIRWAYS CLEARANCE ON 125.9

PRIOR TO ENTERING THE RWY FOR DEPARTURE, PILOTS MUST:
1. REPORT READY ON 125.9
2. OBTAIN DEPARTURE INSTRUCTIONS AND REPORT AIRBORNE WITHIN THREE
MINUTES.

AFTER LANDING, REPORT CLEAR OF THE RWY ON 125.9
FROM 09 191000 TO 09 191045
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Terms of Reference for the Senate Committee on Commonwealth Bilateral Air Service Agreements to inquire into and report on all Federal Government decisions relating to any proposals since 2016 for additional services to Australia’s airports, with particular reference to:
  • the impacts of any such decisions on competition in the Australian aviation sector and the cost of living pressures on families and business;
  • the impacts experienced in other countries associated with such decisions;
  • the impact on the Australian economy, including on Australian travellers, the tourism and hospitality sectors and movement of freight;
  • the rights of airlines or other bodies to appeal decisions regarding bilateral air services agreements made by the responsible minister; and
  • any other related matters.
AsA appeared today (19/9) at the public hearing held in Sydney.
  • Mr Peter Curran, Chief Customer and External Relations Officer
  • Mr Paul Stoddart, Head of Government Regulatory and International Engagement.

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Senate Committee

Shortage of air traffic controllers

The committee also heard about a shortage of air traffic controllers, with many retiring in recent years due to a push by Airservices Australia.

A retirement scheme was introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic, that encouraged older workers to leave, as Airservices Australia tried to manage costs at a time when airlines weren't flying.

About 140 air traffic controllers took up the offer, and 102 have been recruited since 2020.

Airservices Australia chief customer and external relations officer Peter Curran said training staff was particularly difficult during COVID due to border closures.

"For a range of reasons, our training pipeline didn't come through as anticipated, and the consequence of that is we now have some staffing issues in certain locations," he said.

"We are now working toward an active recruitment campaign."

Airservices Australia expect to have another 72 staff by the end of this year, but some will take two years to complete all the necessary training.

Amid a focus on flight cancellations, Mr Curran said the shortage of air traffic controllers had resulted in some flights being cancelled.

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The NOTAM
B36/23
ATS AT YSCB AERODROME ARE SUBJECT TO CONTINGENCY DUE OPR RESTRICTIONS
AERODROME CTL SER NOT AVBL.
MANDATORY BROADCAST PROC AS DETAILED IN AIP APPLY ON 118.7
APP [AND DEP] CTL SER PROVIDED TO SFC ON 125.9. ALL AIRCRAFT
REQUESTING CLEARANCE INTO THE AIRSPACE MUST CONTACT 125.9. NO LANDING
OR TAKE OFF CLEARANCES WILL BE ISSUED.
PILOTS-IN-COMMAND ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR COLLISION AVOIDANCE ON
THE MOVEMENT AREA.

PRIOR TO OPERATING ON THE MANOEUVRING AREA PILOTS MAY IF REQUIRED
OBTAIN A BRIEFING ON CONTINGENCY PROCEDURES FROM AIRSERVICES
AUSTRALIA ON +61 3 9235 7420 OR 1300 879 535.

PRIOR TO OPERATING ON THE MANOEUVRING AREA PILOTS MUST:
1. OBTAIN A LANDING OR DEPARTURE TIME
2. IF DEPARTING, OBTAIN AN AIRWAYS CLEARANCE ON 125.9

PRIOR TO ENTERING THE RWY FOR DEPARTURE, PILOTS MUST:
1. REPORT READY ON 125.9
2. OBTAIN DEPARTURE INSTRUCTIONS AND REPORT AIRBORNE WITHIN THREE
MINUTES.

AFTER LANDING, REPORT CLEAR OF THE RWY ON 125.9
FROM 09 191000 TO 09 191045
Before
ATIS YSCB P 190908
RWY: 35 AND RWY 30 FOR ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES
+ OPR INFO: FROM 1000 AERODROME CONTROL SERVICES ON
118.7 AND 121.7 ARE NOT AVAILABLE. MANDATORY
BROADCAST
PROCEDURES APPLY. CONTACT APPROACH ON 125.9 FOR
AIRWAYS CLEARANCE, AND 61,3,9235,7420,OR 13,00, 879,
535,
FOR PILOT BRIEFING
WIND: 330/15, XW 8 KNOTS RWY 30
CLD: CAVOK
TMP: 20
QNH: 1012
During
ATIS YSCB Q 190959
RWY: 35 AND RWY 30 FOR ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES
+ OPR INFO: AERODROME CONTROL SERVICES ON
118.7 AND 121.7 ARE NOT AVAILABLE. MANDATORY
BROADCAST
PROCEDURES APPLY. CONTACT APPROACH ON 125.9 FOR
AIRWAYS CLEARANCE, AND 61,3,9235,7420,OR 13,00, 879,
535,
FOR PILOT BRIEFING. REFER NOTAM B0036
WIND: 330/15, XW 8 KNOTS RWY 30
CLD: CAVOK
+ TMP: 19
QNH: 1012
After
ATIS YSCB R 191043
+ RWY: 35
+ OPR INFO: CLASS C AERODROME SERVICES AVAILABLE. NORMAL
PROCEDURES APPLY
+ WIND: 340/12
CLD: CAVOK
+ TMP: 15
QNH: 1012
Later again
ATIS YSCB Z 191300
TOWER CLOSED UNTIL 2000 UTC.

AIRSPACE WITHIN 30 DME CANBERRA 8 THOUSAND 5 HUNDRED FEET
AND BELOW REVERTS TO CLASS GOLF.

CTAF AND PAL 118.7.

AUTOMATIC WEATHER INFORMATION BROADCAST 116.7.

CANBERRA TERMINAL INFORMATION ZULU
Something odd here. Perhaps an ATC can explain the nuances. NOTAM says "AERODROME CTL SER NOT AVBL", how does this differ to "TOWER CLOSED"?


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Something odd here. Perhaps an ATC can explain the nuances. NOTAM says "AERODROME CTL SER NOT AVBL", how does this differ to "TOWER CLOSED"?
Perhaps it relates to this document CASA 172 Approval
Schedule 1 – Locations for Air Traffic Services and ATS Provided.

Canberra
  • Aerodrome Control Service for Canberra Aerodrome
  • ALRS
  • FIS

If the Aerodrome Control Service isn't being provided and the Tower isn't closed, then the other two services are being provided. ALRS (alerting service) and FIS (flight information service) hence Wind, Cloud, Temperature and QNH.


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EXP DELAYS AND RESTRICTIONS FOR AWK IN SYDNEY CTR AND ADJ CLASS C
AIRSPACE DUE OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS
FROM 09 191902 TO 09 200530
Sydney.
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TWR ATS LTD DUE OPR RESTRICTIONS
CIRCUIT OPS RESTRICTED
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EXP DELAYS ON DEPARTURE DUE OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS
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C2630/23 REVIEW C2629/23
EXP DELAYS AND RESTRICTIONS FOR AWK IN SYDNEY CTR AND ADJ CLASS C
AIRSPACE DUE OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS
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Originally Posted by sunnySA
Something odd here. Perhaps an ATC can explain the nuances. NOTAM says "AERODROME CTL SER NOT AVBL", how does this differ to "TOWER CLOSED"?
And further, ERSA says
Stop Bars at all RWY 17/35 and 12/30 TWY holding points during ATC hours.
So, what does ATC hours mean (AD CTL SER NOT AVBL / TOWER ClOSED) and how were the stop bars managed?
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An APP and DEP service is provided to/from the surface, but they won't clear you to land or takeoff? Aren't there Mandatory Broadcast Procedures on 118.7? How do they apply if everyone APP/DEP is on 125.9 to the ground? So Airservices hang on to the control function as long as possible, then it's suddenly hands off and you are on your own if it goes pear shaped?

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B1384/23
ATS OPR AT REDUCED CAPACITY DUE TO OPR RESTRICTIONS
IN THE FLW AIRSPACE: BRISBANE CENTRE 134.2 POINT LOOKOUT, 122.6 MOUNT
MOOMBIL, 120.3 MOUNT NARDI, 126.8 PASSCHENDAELE, 126.05 BALLINA,
127.1 MOUNT DOWE, 133.05 MOUNT CANOBOLAS, 124.8 MOUNT HEATON AND
125.75 THE ROUND MOUNTAIN.
DESIGNATED AIRSPACE HANDBOOK (DAH) SECTOR VOLUME NAMES AFFECTED ARE
GRAFTON A, B, C, D ,E, F, G. SANDON A AND B, BENDEMEER AND NEWELL A,
B, C AND D. MAP OF AFFECTED AIRSPACE (LISTED UNDER GRAFTON AND
SANDON/NEWELL IN THE BRISBANE FIR) AVBL AT
HTTPS://WWW.AIRSERVICESAUSTRALIA.COM...MAPS/INDEX.ASP
APRX AREA: NORTHEAST NEW SOUTH WALES OUTSIDE 45NM YSSY EXC YSTW CTA
STEPS BLW A065 WHEN ACTIVE AND YCFS CLASS D STEPS WHEN ACTIVE AND
YBNA SFIS BA WHEN ACTIVE
MAJOR ATS ROUTES:
H66 BTN MUDGI AND 20NM SOUTH BLAKA
H76 BTN 5NM SOUTH RUTOS AND NBR
H98 BTN IDNER AND SANAD
H133 BTN 18NM SOUTH LOSKU AND IDNER
H202 BTN BOYSY AND AGETA
J70 BTN CFS AND 5NM SOUTHWEST BANDA
W128 BTN 23NM SOUTH HUUGO AND SANAD
W130 BTN TW AND 16NM NORTH OLTIN
W169 BTN 24NM SOUTH HUUGO AND TW
W174 BTN 60NM SOUTHEAST TW AND NBR
W180 BTN 30NM SOUTH SANAD AND 30NM SOUTH GOMOL
W183 BTN TW AND SCO
W192 BTN MUDGI AND 30NM SOUTH GOMOL
W196 BTN KADSI AND 30NM SOUTH GOMOL
W207 BTN 75NM NORTH IVL AND 65NM NORTHEAST PKS
W214 BTN 45NM SOUTHWEST CFS AND 30NM SOUTH GOMOL
W220 BTN 65 SOUTHEAST TW AND NBR
W223 BTN IDNER AND 23NM NORTH PMQ
W256 BTN 12NM NORTHWEST BNA AND ARM
W267 BTN 5NM NORTHEAST TATEN AND IVL
W318 BTN TW AND MOR
W326 BTN VONDO AND 15NM NORTHEAST DU
W330 BTN TW AND CFS
W334 BTN VEGAH AND LOSKU
W347 BTN 50NM SOUTH ARM AND 90NM SOUTH OK
W359 BTN MUDGI AND TW
W365 BTN RUNNA AND SCO
W434 BTN TW AND GFN
W446 BTN KADSI AND RIDVO
W456 BTN NBR AND MOR
W487 BTN 18NM NORTH RIC AND QDI
W494 BTN 14NM NORTHEAST BNA AND IDNER
W514 BTN AGETA AND TW
W572 BTN 65NM NORTHEAST MOR AND QDI
W598 BTN IVL AND 12NM SOUTHWEST ROONY
W603 BTN CFS AND 54NM NORTH UGPOT
W606 BTN 14NM SOUTHEAST SANAD AND IVL
W623 BTN GFN AND VERAV
W625 BTN 30NM NORTHEAST DEJAY AND MOR
W627 BTN MUDGI AND ANBAN
W674 BTN 43NM SOUTH ARM AND IVL
W682 BTN MUDGI AND ONUMA
W684 BTN IVL AND TW
W702 BTN QDI AND 12NM NORTHWEST OLTIN
W760 BTN 24NM NORTHWEST IDNER AND 15NM NORTHEAST DU
W822 BTN HILAR AND BITUL
Y465 BTN GUMAP AND EDPEG
AWK NOT AVBL
SVY OPS NOT AVBL
EXPECT DELAY FOR CLEARANCE
SFC TO FL245
FROM 09 202300 TO 09 210400
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BALLINA SURVEILLANCE FLIGHT INFORMATION SERVICE (SFIS) NOT AVBL
DUE OPR RESTRICTIONS. BALLINA BROADCAST AREA REMAINS CLASS G AS PER
AIP - OUTSIDE SURVEILLANCE FLIGHT INFORMATION SERVICE (SFIS) HR
COMMON TRAFFIC ADVISORY FREQ 124.2
SFC TO 8500FT AMSL
FROM 09 210000 TO 09 210400
2309210000 TO 2309210045
2309210245 TO 2309210400
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EXP DELAYS AND RESTRICTIONS FOR AWK IN SYDNEY CTR AND ADJ CLASS C
AIRSPACE DUE OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS
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C2636/23
EXP DELAYS ON DEPARTURE DUE OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS
FROM 09 202329 TO 09 211200
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