A hearing of the senate inquiry into the general aviation industry scheduled for 7 September will focus on submissions from people and operators from the Northern Territory.
Hearings next week were originally planned for Alice Springs and Darwin, but COVID restrictions mean one session will now be conducted via video link to Canberra and streamed online.
The Senate Standing Committee on Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport (RRAT) has not yet released the hearing program, but sources tell Australian Flying that several operators in the NT are set to give evidence.
The inquiry last held a hearing in January 2021, and progress has been hampered by COVID restrictions and a low number of submissions. At the time of writing, only 56 had been received.
The hearing will be streamed live on the Parliament of Australia website.