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  • Fatigue review final report: implementation considerations

    A team of leading international specialists has confirmed the need to modernise Australia’s fatigue rules for air operators and pilots. The CASA Board has released the final report of the independent review of aviation fatigue rules for operators and pilots . It includes 24 recommendations... More
    Closes today
  • Proposal to improve the Part 61 flight instructor rating

    CASA is proposing to improve the Part 61 flight instructor rating. The improvements have been developed and refined via ongoing consultation between CASA and the aviation community since the introduction of the flight crew licensing regulations in September 2014. The proposed improvements... More
    Closes today
  • Proposed changes to the general operating and flight rules - Part 91 of CASR (NPRM CD 1511OS-2)

    The proposed Part 91 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASR) and its associated manual of standards (MOS) will consolidate the general operating and flight rules for Australian aircraft. Part 91 replaces more than one hundred documents—such as regulations, orders, supporting... More
    Closes in 1 week
  • Survey | Equipment and organisational systems in RPT and charter operations

    CASA is inviting industry to participate in this survey to provide us important information about their equipment and organisational systems in the conduct of their regular public transport and charter operations. Why are we surveying CASA is developing new flight operations rules as... More
    Closes in 1 week
  • Summary of proposal - Performance-based communications and surveillance (CD 1801AS)

    ICAO has introduced new provisions for States to introduce Required Communication Performance (RCP) and Required Surveillance Performance (RSP) specifications to Controller-Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) and Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Contract (ADS-C) systems. Along with required... More
    Closes in 1 week
  • Register your interest for our Technical Working Groups

    The Aviation Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP) has been established to provide the CASA Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Director of Aviation Safety (DAS) with informed, objective high-level advice from the aviation community on current, emerging and potential issues that have, or may have,... More
    Closes in 2 months
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