The current senate aviation security inquiry has some very important issues raised by a range of people.
Some of these go to the heart of aviation security and the issues raised by aviators over the ASIC system and it’s management.
Senate questioning of Mr. Kessing
Transcript of proceedings
From The Australian Airport passenger screening a […]
The “Government response” to the #asrr two years on.
Although published in May 2014, the #asrr report did not get the “Government response” until December 2014.
The #ASRR report by David Forsyth at May 2014:
This comes out throughout the ASRR report and can be best described as a disconnect of […]
Carmody in his first “missive” says:
“…..I intend to lead CASA to be a firm, fair and balanced regulator. We need to get the right safety outcomes without unintended consequences, unreasonable requirements or unnecessary costs to the aviation community. It is not an easy balance to strike, yet that is our job. Of course, this […]
On November 18th 2009, and a Westwind became a short term floating wreck at Norfolk Island.
In 3-metre seas, in a dark part of the Pacific Ocean, six individuals combined to survive a ditching as the jet had run out of fuel and despite a number of attempts to land at the Norfolk Island strip, […]
In reading the 2015 – 2016 Annual report of #casa, one can see how ignorance could rise to the point where the Minister may be misled by the Department.
As early as 2013, it was becoming obvious that #casa (and probably the Department) were trying to slow down the movement of information in what is […]
The change of the #casa CEO from Skidmore to Carmody, who was the Deputy Director of the department, reporting to MrDak.
Carmody at #casa replacing Skidmore
This is a major show of strength by MrDak in the struggle to keep a lid on the #aviation industry and show that there is “…nothing […]