Community Commitment

Our Commitment to Our Community

Our Commitment to Communicating with our local Bankstown Community

As part of our Memorandum of Understanding with Bankstown City Council to facilitate communication between the Airport and Council, we provide quarterly briefings to Bankstown City Council councillors and key staff on operational and development activities relevant to the local community.

We undertake routine updates and briefings to our elected officials on new developments and operational activities which may affect our community.

We provide notices and displays of current projects in your local libraries, shopping centres, at our airport offices and on this website.

Our Commitment to Communicating with our local Camden Community

Camden Airport Limited considers our community to be a long term commitment. Our ongoing consultation is for the benefit of all stakeholders.

  • We undertake routine updates and briefings to our elected officials on new developments and operational activities which may affect our community.
  • We provide notices and displays of current projects in your local libraries, shopping centres, at our airport offices and on this website.
Talking with our Airport Users

Sydney Metro E-Flyer is distributed to many stakeholders interested in the Airport, including regular airport users and tenants. This newsletter provides airport users a range of technical information and guidelines for operating safely and securing our Airports. We detail the latest news on upcoming developments and operational changes.

Copies are always available on our website or from our office or you can sign up to receive your edition directly to your inbox.

Community Support

Sydney Metro Airport BankstownBankstown and Camden are proud to support a wide range of charitable and community organisations in both the aviation industry and in the local community.

Fly Neighbourly

As part of our Airport Environment Strategy, Sydney Metro Airports undertook to develop and implement noise mitigation strategies to assist in the reduction of the noise footprint in and around both Bankstown and Camden Airports.

A key component of our airport strategies is our Fly Neighbourly program. This program is aimed to educate pilots and aviation associated businesses to consider the noise impact they may generate on the local community, and how best to minimise these noise related issues.

After consultation with our local aviators we have developed the Fly Neighbourly program, which is both meaningful and practicable for pilots.