Performance Based Navigation Instrument Flight Procedures Implementation and Proposed Airspace Changes
As a result of the significant impact of the COVID-19 pandemic across the New Zealand aviation environment, Airways NZ had previously further delayed the implementation of Performance Based Navigation (PBN) instrument flight procedures and associated airspace changes. Airways now plan to implement these changes in December 2023.
Given the time delay since earlier consultation periods CAA is re-commencing full consultation for these proposed changes. All stakeholders should resubmit their previous feedback if still applicable or submit new feedback based on the current application information as now provided by Airways. Also during this time, any further airspace amendments relating to the Hawke's Bay and Gisborne review will be considered and may be petitioned to the Director.
A summary of submissions for the current consultation period will be published in early March 2023. If it is considered necessary a further consultation period and CAA public consultation meetings may also be held in late March 2023.
Consultation issued 05 Dec 2022.
Submissions close 18 Jan 2023.
Performance Based Navigation and Airspace Changes – Gisborne and Hawke's Bay – public consultation [PDF 217 KB]
Airways submissions to the CAA's 2022 Gisborne and Hawke's Bay airspace review:
Gisborne Airspace Review 2022 – Airways petition [PDF 5 MB]
Napier Airspace Review 2022 – Airways petition [PDF 4.7 MB]
Airways consultation meeting slides – Gisborne [PDF 4.7 MB]
Airways consultation meeting slides – Napier [PDF 5.8 MB]
|29 Mar 2023||17 Apr 2023||Proposed visual reporting point changes – Whanganui area||
Proposed visual reporting point changes – Whanganui area [PDF 284 KB]
|06 Dec 2022||05 Jan 2023||Proposed restricted area – North Gisborne||
Proposed restricted area – North Gisborne – airspace user consultation [PDF 266 KB]
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