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Is this the future requirements for aviation in Australia – ASRR, Minister Truss

The following post on pprune is a very good “way forward”, which I have summarised from this and included a full list for the ASRR and the Minister immediately below:

•   Regulatory reform programme – Introducing the US-FAR’s
•   CASA – Dismantling of  and creation of a new aviation safety body;
•   ATSB – The clean up and rebuild;
•   Office of Transport Security – Revamp and streamlining;
•   ASA – Improvement and greater oversight;
  GA assistance – turnaround of this sector is vital and critical;
•   Junior Minister for Aviation – Someone who actually knows, understands and has ‘tasted’ the industry;

•   Badgery’s Creek – The building, planning and structure

A robust GA sector, properly managed Sydney airport and efficient aviation safety regulations would dovetail to make a quality industry with the spinoff being more jobs and a solid revenue stream.

Somebody like David Fawcett would absolutely be the man to implement the changes desperately needed. He has experience, vision and the attitude to do it.
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Old 15th Apr 2014, 21:41   #705 (permalink)
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So if there is any truth in Mr Abbott’s announcement about Badgery, this would be the biggest aviation related event this country has seen in some time. When it comes to the infrastructure portfolio, some of the following areas will require ongoing oversight;
• Completion of/or scrapping the current regulatory reform program and getting the job done, correctly, once and for all.
• The dismantling of CASA and creation of a new aviation safety body.
• The clean up and rebuild of the ATSB.
• The building, planning and structure of Badgerys. Yes to be structured in a way that ensures the taxpayer and government reap some financial gain out of the the asset, not just somebody like J.P Morgan.
• Revamp and streamlining of the Office of Transport Security.
• Improvement and greater oversight of ASA.
• GA assistance. GA has been neglected, misunderstood, undervalued, ignored and trashed for too long by successive governments. The turnaround of this sector is vital and critical.
• To do all this there needs to be the appointment of a Junior Minister for Aviation. Someone who actually knows, understands and has ‘tasted’ the industry (not someone who only has QF Chairmans lounge experience)A Junior Minister for Aviation is a justifiable role which must remain separate to the current Infrastructure portfolio. Aviation in this country is far more important than what the Nupty’s in power realise. As an example a robust GA sector, properly managed Sydney airport and efficient aviation safety regulations would dovetail to make a quality industry with the spinoff being more jobs and a solid revenue stream. Somebody like David Fawcett would absolutely be the man to implement the changes desperately needed. He has experience, vision and the balls to do it. But it won’t happen without our support.

It’s time for change. We are a laughing stock and an embarrassment. We are decades in arrears. We are truly a third world outfit in more ways than one, and it has to change.

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