The following was published yesterday in the Australian and again demonstrates that CASA has again not made a safety case for the changes:
There are legal remedies for CASA’s decisions based on pilots’ colour impairment KATHRYN HOWARD The Australian June 27, 2014 12:00AM
THE Civil Aviation Safety Authority recently wrote to pilots querying […]
The following is on Dr. Pape and the CVD issues and well done in bringing the issues to us and at the very least the inconsistentent approach of the regulator in it’s failure to raise a proper safety case:
CASA Moves on Colour Vision
26 Jun 2014
CASA has raised the hackles of […]
A new blog on MH370 by well known investiagative journalist, Christine Negroni, bears a read:
The map below is from a variety of sources of latest information via pprune.org
Missing Malaysia Airlines plane: New data prompts MH370 hunt to revisit previously searched area
Updated Fri 20 Jun 2014, 11:15am […]
The following articles ran today [20th June 2014] in Australia, which give a clear indication of the way the Australian regulator treat Australian pilots with disregard.
1 SBS – News
19 Jun 2014 – 1:12pm Colour-blind pilot challenges licence restrictions
A Qantas jet flies past the control tower at Sydney Airport. (Source: AAP) […]
Finally there is some public comment on the Forsyth review. CASA still has no press release on the matter. AAAA and Phil Hurst was intervied today.
There has been some comment in Cairns on the ABC as well.
I will append it with this material when it becomes available.
19 June, 2014 9:24AM AEST […]
A browse of a European writing on MH370, reveals the following article, at page 37 in Strategic Risk magazine by the following authors:
The disappeared Hill Dickinson LLP Joanna Kolatsis and Saleema Brohi Global June 10 2014 Author page » Author page »
The loss of Flight MH370 raises the question of the legal and […]
CASA is currently pressing on with PART 61, against the wishes of the aviation community and with out proper promulgation of the MOS [Manual of Standards]. A search today, 18th June 2014, does not have a published MOS for Part 61.
The Part cannot stand on it’s own without the standard.
The full part is: […]
The last time I went to on of these seminars, the presenters refused to answer questions on Part 61 and a range of important issues.
To raise issues is just another way to not get answers from CASA.
The latest is directed seminar series, which in the mccormick missive on 26th May 2014 says:
A look at the submissions to the ASRR, show that a large number of people [over 31% one in three] did not want their material made public.
One can very confidently assume that these people are concerned about retribution by the regulator. This was a feature of the Senate AAI review as well, where this […]
These submissions were released today [13th June 2014] and bear some careful reading.
The large number of confidential submissions [over 70 of the 269] bears witness that a large individuals and organisations are concerned about retribution on making a submission.
The public submissions released today can be read here [I have sorted them into groups […]
The following article appeared in the Border Morning Mail this morning and it would be interesting to see the relationship of the initial turbulence penetration” in this and what really happened:
Damaged plane flew 13 times By ANTHONY BUNN
June 13, 2014, 1:30 p.m.
The Virgin plane which is being investigated […]
Christine Negroni has been interested in Australian aviation for a period of time, writing an insightful article about PelAir in February 2013.
As we know this Senate inquiry has morphed into the ASRR, which has not held back in it’s censure of both the CASA and ATSB, with some serious and deep seated changes required […]
We saw the release of the ASRR report last week, which has a substantial “read” to it, and 37 recommendations.
To take you back to your talk to ‘SafeSkies’ last October, which was reported by Steve Creedy in The Australian and what Minister Truss said.
Top marks for:
The ETA for the review was met […]
The heavy lifting still has to come on this as the report still allows CASA to prevail.
This fails to fully get to the real underlying problems of the industry, which is supported by the member for Franklin who shows her complete ignorance of the issues, a problem arises for the industry.
The following are […]