Aviation Submission to Federal
Below is the detailed submission that was
sent to the Federal Minister Warren Truss as reply to his Aviation Safety
Regulation Review (ASRR). The individual replies from members was also
forwarded as a separate annex.
Association of Australia Minister Reply.pdf
NATFLY 2014 TEMORA NSW
SAAA will again be supporting the RA-Aus and NATFLY. Fly in with your
pride and joy so we can show why we choose to go custom made. Meet Deb and
Amber from the office and put a face to the names.
Refresher MPC will be conducted
on the Thurday for $150 PP, application via SAAA office, previous MPC must have
For forums and scheduling go to NATFLY 2014 for the latest news.
Latest Maintenance Procedures
Course (MPC) details.
10-11 September at Narromine(AUSFLY) - Places filling fast!
Bookings via the SAAA office or pay online for
existing members Here.
CAO 100.5 "General
requirements in respect of maintenance of Australian aircraft"
Maintenance regulations are changing. Please read http://www.casa.gov.au/wcmswr/_assets/main/rules/orders/cao100_5.pdf CAO100.5
to determine the changes required for your aircraft.
CASA is drafting further “guidance” re Certification
Maintenance Requirements or CMR. This means the required scheduled maintenance
tasks which were established during the design certification of an aircraft, as
operating limitations of the aircraft’s type certificate (TC) or
supplemental type certificate (STC)
Emergency Manoeuvre Training
The Australian Aerobatic Academy are working to
assist owners and operators of experimental and amateur built aircraft to learn
the skills that can save your life.
Minimum of six persons required.
Indicative costs (including GST) are as follows:
Group briefings: $99.00 per person (once-off
fee covers all briefings).
Aircraft ferry costs: $99.00 per person, per weekend (based on 6
people at Narromine).
Lesson cost: $311.20 per flight (based
on 0.8 hr VDO).
Own aircraft training: $110 / hr instructor hire plus $20 / flight
"own aircraft" fee per flight.
For more information click here
for EXPERIMENTAL and ABAA aircraft.
Experimental and ABAA aircraft have a new
maintenance instrument CASA 33/13 that
replaces CASA 146/11.
Please make sure you read 33/13 as there are subtle
diferences from 146/11.
Instrument of exemption CASA EX180/12
defines conditions and limitations relating to Experimental aircraft
Important CAAP for all
amateur built aircraft
CAAP 42ZC-2(0) is
the explanatory document for all things Experimental and ABAA.
Kitplanes Safety Articles.
The SAAA is please to announce that we have
an agreement with Kitplanes Magazine in the united States to reproduce some of
their excellent safety articles pertaining to Homebuilt Aircraft. These
articles can be found in the Members area from the drop down menu or accessed
directly from here.
These articles are available to members only.
CASA proposed clarification
of IFR instrumentation requirements.
If you are planning to equip you pride & joy
for IFR or if you are an IFR operator please read the CASA project CS 13/01 as
this may effect you. You can respond directly to CASA with your submission
or to David Brown on 0416223194. To read the
details of Project CS13/01 click here.
Your SAAA campaign for PPL Medical Exemption is now a reality.
Your SAAA NC is delighted to announce that CASA has
approved an alternative pathway for those who do not meet, or choose not to
operate with, a Class 2 medical for holders of a CASA issued licence.
Summary of News Highlights
CASA proposed clarification of IFR instrumentation
Aviation Administration Organisation (RAAO).
A message from our
National President, Martin Ongley, about our website.
developments between CASA and SAAA.
New Fuel Card
Carbon TAX hits
Try our new Forum
Langley Park Fly-In
- Perth's Famous Langley Park
C of A Pack Price
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