Aircraft fly so low they shake the trees, resident says

A SUNVALLEY resident is concerned about the number of low-flying aircraft over his property.

Dominic Glenister said planes were flying so low that the palm trees on his property started shaking.

Gladstone Airport Corporation chief executive Phillip Cash said aircraft were bound to strict flight paths and were required to land within the Gladstone Airport touchdown zone.

He said it was common to have different charter aircrafts visit Gladstone and that the aircrafts varied in sound.



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