Moorabbin Airport is a general aviation airport primarily used by light aircraft. The main function of the airport is pilot training which now accounts for around two-thirds of the airport’s movements.
The airport operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, however noise abatement procedures apply. Moorabbin Airport also operate a voluntary Fly Friendly Program which is explained in a Fly Friendly booklet on the airport’s website.
Information about Air Traffic Management and how airspace works is found on the Airservices Australia website here.
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