ABC Illawarra - Kelly Fuller and Alexander Lewis

Councils in New South Wales say residents will face increased noise and planning restrictions when Western Sydney International airport is operational.

Unlike Sydney's Kingsford Smith Airport, which has a curfew from 11pm to 6am, there will be no curfew at the Badgerys Creek "Aerotropolis".

In a submission to the airspace and flight path design committee, Wollondilly Shire Council argues there will be a diminishment in "the quality of life for people in the shire in a number of ways".

Mayor Matt Gould said it was "manifestly unfair" that residents of Western Sydney and surrounds were being treated differently to those in the inner city and the eastern suburbs.

"The two airports should have the same curfew scheme, whatever that looks like," he said.

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