The Civil Aviation Safety Authority yesterday called for feedback to its review of two Jandakot visual reporting points (VRP) created last year.
On 23 May 2018, approach points at Brickworks and Oakford were introduced to replace the troublesome Six South VRP CASA's Office of Airspace Regulation is now conducting a post-implementation review.
The OAR is specifically seeking input on whether or not the two VRPs can be clearly identified and the names can be easily understood in radio transmissions. The feedback questionnaire will also touch on subjects such as confusion and traffic volumes around the area.
Six South proved problematic over the years as it was the primary VRP to Jandakot from the south, but rather than being a point on the ground, it was an arc of air space approximately 6 nm south of the airport.
Reports say that many pilots, mainly students, regularly failed to report at Six South, which was just south of the regularly-dry Forrestdale Lake.
Feedback to the review can be sent to the OAR via the CASA Consultation Hub. Consultation will remain open until 31 October.