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CASA annual report – where the money comes from

The following is a summary of the annual reports for the past 5 years of data [as published]. It is noted that CASA change the reporting methods some years and that makes it difficult to compare some data sets.

The most difficult is the pilot numbers and the medicals that are attached to these to arrive at an “active pilot” number.  Even the annual vs. bi-annual numbers are not produced. Further, the CPL, ATPL and PPL are not seperated.

From the numbers below, the fuel-levy supplies around 65% of money for CASA’s operation, so we the public do have some serious questions to be asked, as does the Government [Senate and Reps] as to the costs and effectiveness of CASA in the public domain.


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