BeCA has been informed by a disgruntled resident that some damage has again occurred to his front garden area. He spotted the offenders (a group of young lads which he estimated to be of 9 to 12 years of age) and followed them. They all seem to live near to each other in an area to the west of the park in Rawson St.
BeCA has advised the resident to contact the Caloundra Police (Peter Dickens 075439 4444) and pass all of his information on for them to follow up. Peter Dickens spoke at a BeCA Public meeting and advised residents on the procedures they should take if they experience problems such as this.
The major aircraft training company operating out of Caloundra Airport has assured BeCA the offending low flying aircraft which annoyed residents on Friday was not one of theirs. However the Company owner is keen to discover who the offending aircraft belongs to.
If you have any information at all regarding this aircraft (single engine, or a twin, registration letters, pictures, time of day) please email BeCA HERE and we will pass the info on.
It is possible the aircraft may have been a visitor from Archerfield or somewhere. Visiting aircraft are not restrained by the “Fly Neighbourly Agreement”.