Aviation white paper: an overview

| October 24, 2017

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On 16 December 2009, the Government released its aviation white paper. 1 This is the most comprehensive statement of the Government’s aviation policy. The white paper followed the release of the aviation green paper on 2 December 2008, and an earlier issues paper titled Towards a National Aviation Policy Statement, which attracted approximately 300 submissions. 2 The following examines some of the white paper’s features.

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