Amendment: To seek members feedback on the airspace and procedures for Exercise Arnhem Thunder 2021
The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) will now be operating fast jet aircraft out of both Darwin and Tindal during Exercise Arnhem Thunder 2021 (AT21). Previously we advised that fast jets would not be operating out of Darwin Airport. There is no change to the proposed airspace, however there may be increased congestion and delay at Darwin Airport.
Please see the amended paper below for further details.
Details of previous submission:
Elements of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) will be conducting Exercise ‘ARNHEM THUNDER 2021 (AT21)’ over the period 17 May – 04 June 2021.
AT21 is a high-end military activity, involving a wide range of tactical flying activities across Northern Territory, with aircraft operating from Darwin and Tindal.
Please see the attached paper for further details of the proposal.
FLTLT Matthew Brown, Join Airspace Control Cell (JACC)
One response was received which requested confirmation that the Danger Areas D210 and D236A will be activated during the period to enable civil access. It is confirmed that the Danger Areas will be active.
Confirmation of airspace activation windows
The JAAC can now advise AvSEF members of the airspace activation windows for Exervise ARNHEM THUNDER 2021. Please see the attached paper for further information.
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