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Interesting little "snippet" on Skynews Credlin tonight. In terms of relevance think of CAsA's pogrom to shutdown Angel Flight. In Ukraine in the middle of a war, GA Cessna's, bonanza's, Piper Azt...
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Aint it grand K. It would be interesting just how much money has been spent on "Enquiries" and other gab fests over the past thirty years examining regulation, all ignoring the blindingly obvious. Th...
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All of which leads me to the conclusion Sandy that if there was no industry left at all, CASA and its board would quite happily continue on their merry way, churning out never ending reports, regulati...
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Are you sure the courts are not as bent as CASA Kharon? As my old grandaddy used to say "the law is for everyone, justice is for them that can afford it".
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"Regarding independent instructors, according to John King of the highly regarded King Schools, who was employed at one time as consultant to CASA, about 70% of USA pilots are trained outside of the P...
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Who could we designate as being the most disastrous for the demise of General aviation in Australia? Perhaps DAS McCormick? The ego driven big R regulator, with a history of sociopathic behaviou...
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Perhaps we could do what Saudi Arabia did. They realised setting up their own regulator would cost a fortune so they subcontracted the whole thing to the FAA. Smart move, saved them a poultice and eve...
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General Aviation in Australia is living in a Hell created by CAsA's regulatory miasma. The head of CAsA legal pettifogging explanation as why they are the way they are perhaps shares the logic of this...
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Policy,Policy,Policy......? Todays policy is tomorrows broken promise.
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Except for the major cities, where lack of proper city planning for growth, makes building city motorways rather expensive, because a lot of land needs to be resumed, buildings knocked down, tunnels b...
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See a Citation off the runway at Bankstown. For sure the runway is a tad damp, but I wonder if severe turbulence off the giant warehouses the development sharks built had any contributing affect? Doe...
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errr scuse me? Maybe for gods sake, don't flog off all your railway stations to development sharks. For gods sake don't bring in a railway act that has "safety" as its one and only prime objecti...
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With the events occurring in Ukraine would it not be prudent for the relevant minister to consider from a security perspective that handing over our secondary airports to development sharks to build v...
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So here we are in crisis again, the lessons of history completely ignored, The parallels and threats are almost identical. A country ruined by a bloody war to end all wars which ended in defeat. The ...
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"Ms Spence : As I said, I would much rather give you a more detailed answer once I have all the facts in front of me. As for the point around pilots and LAMEs, that is something we're looking at very ...
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For sure K, I recall many, many years ago, sitting on the ground at Launceston Airport Aeroclub waiting for passengers. Word came through that an aircraft had ditched off Wilsons promentary and the p...
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Amongst the Phelan legacy this was perhaps one of the best and begs the question to the good senators, what has really changed since 2014? The only criticism I can imagine is it is far too long, given...
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Interesting to note in the USA there were two fatal community service flight accidents. Shock horror, ban them, bind them in knee jerk impositions, Oh the humanity!! FAA reaction, zilch, Nada, zip, ...
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Wombat annunciates it so well Sandy, it simply defies common sense. We made a start, way back when, to align with the US FAR's. A group that included industry representatives produced some excellent ...
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Gawd Sandy, where is this woman oops sorry person from? ADS-B is going to "Save" the GA industry, really? “Labor will have more to say about our aviation policy as the election drawers nearer," ...
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