Your Community Association has sent emails today to our Councillor, Mark McArdle’s Office and Sunshine Coast Aerodrome Management regarding the continued harassment of Bellvista and Bells Reach by Becker helicopters.
Their regular touch n go’s have continued despite them saying residents could expect relief from touch n go’s from February 14th.
As a general rule of thumb, the larger helicopters with red stripes or the rear all red are most likely from Becker helicopters. See the photo left (click on it for a larger view) The Becker logo can be seen on the rear of the fuselage.
Becker has 12 of this sort of aircraft, all with variations in paintwork.
The larger all white/grey helicopter with a slender pyramid from the cabin up to the rotor blades is from the local helicopter training company Chopperline.
BeCA urges concerned residents who are concerned by this current intrusion to forward emails regarding this further intrusion by Becker helicopters to these email addresses again:
firstname.lastname@example.org and mark Attention Sunshine Coast Aerodrome Management
email@example.com for our local Councillor
firstname.lastname@example.org for local MP Mark McArdle
You may also like to pursue a complaint via Air Services Australia: http://www.airservicesaustralia.com/aircraftnoise/about-making-a-complaint/how-to-make-a-complaint/
And a reminder about the upcoming Bellvista Community Association Public Meeting in the old Land Sales Office buildings, Lomond Cres (near the tennis court) beginning at 6:45 pm. SC Aerodrome Management and our local Councillor will be in attendance.