AOPA Australia announced this week that they have relocated their Bankstown office.
The office, which was in a the dedicated hangar 600 on Prentice Street, is now in the shared FalconAir hangar on Cirrus Place.
FalconAir is a jet charter specialist owned by former AOPA Australian president Marc de Stoop.
"The new facilities will enable AOPA Australia to better serve and represent our membership, along with hosting key aviation events and activities," AOPA CEO Ben Morgan said in announcing the move.
"The facilities also provide a professional environment to conduct advocacy meetings and engagements with local, state and federal representatives, showcasing the diversity and strength of the Australian recreational and general aviation.
"This move has been made possible through the incredible support and generosity of AOPA Australia former President, Mr Marc De Stoop, and his business FalconAir.
"On behalf of our national membership, I thank Mr De Stoop for his invaluable assistance in supporting our membership and powering our advocacy."
Morgan also announced this week plans for the 2020 Annual General Meeting, which was deferred from May due to COVID-19 restrictions. Although a date for the meeting has not be finalised, it is expected to be in early December with Senator Susan McDonald as the guest speaker.
Morgan also said that financial statements for the AGM would be delivered to members in the coming days.