At Aeria - community is at our core
Investing in Strong and Sustainable Communities
Aeria Management Group is a proud and active member of the communities within which we operate. Our precincts in south-west Sydney support diverse businesses and public services, including emergency health and law enforcement agencies, patient transfers, flight training schools, flight charters, retail and entertainment facilities, sports centres and freight and logistics companies. We also work closely with local councils and community groups to provide sustainable and welcoming precincts for residents and visitors.
Aeria Management Group is proud to partner with Little Wings, which is based at Bankstown Airport, to help care for seriously ill children in regional and remote areas.
Our multi-year sponsorship of Little Wings’ fourth aircraft, announced in 2023, will enable the not-for-profit organisation to carry out an additional 65 missions a year for sick children and their families travelling from regional NSW to specialised medical services and treatments in metropolitan areas.
Aeria Management Group is also proud to provide office space for Little Wings in the refurbished Bankstown Airport Passenger Terminal. Click here to learn more about this exciting partnership with Little Wings, which provides free flight and ground transport services for children in need.
Community Aviation Consultation Groups
Aeria Management Group runs Community Aviation Consultation Groups (CACGs) at our Bankstown and Camden airports, which bring together our customers, government and regulatory representatives, airport users and local community and business groups to share information, ideas and feedback.
These advisory forums meet regularly to discuss matters relating to our airports and precincts and contribute to a greater understanding and appreciation of airport operations and activities, including proposed developments and operational changes. The forums complement our community consultation processes for Master Plans, Airport Environment Strategies and Major Development Plans.
Bankstown Airport CACG
The Bankstown Airport CACG meets at least three times a year and has an independent chairperson. The forum includes representatives of the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts, Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Airservices Australia, federal and state elected representatives, City of Canterbury Bankstown, Aeria precinct customers and airport operators, Canterbury Bankstown Chamber of Commerce, Georges River Grammar School and local businesses and community groups.
Terms of Reference
Minutes of Meetings
Presentations and Updates
Camden Airport CACG
The Camden Airport CACG meets at least two times a year and has an independent chairperson. The forum includes representatives of the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts, Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Airservices Australia, federal and state elected representatives, Camden Council, airport customers and operators and local businesses and community groups.