RAAA’s Higgins published the following in The Australian today.
It demonstrates exactly why the #aviation industry does not like the prescriptive methods employed by #casa, nor is in favour of ratification.
The areas that cause most angst in the #aviation industry are 48.1, 100.5, Parts 61, 141, 142, but there are other areas as well.
Ken Cannane says in the current AMROBA newsletter, in part:
CASA has no option but to task the new Subcommittees with meeting the government’s “Red Tape Reduction” and “The Australian Guide to Regulation”. Firstly, AMROBA is fully supportive of the government’s initiative to minimise regulatory impost. If you look closely at many regulations they are […]
AMROBA scores the Government on Aviation progress after 12 months since election.
We all know aviation is a delicate subject, but it has been subject to three reviews in past 18-months, which all point to a failing system, yet the recently resigned DAS [McCormick] in his last gasp [monthly missive] to the industry again tries […]
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 […]
The following post on pprune [AMROBA still kicking…plus TAAAF behind closed doors??]leads us to Ken Cannane and AMROBA, with more excellent directional material.
The following discussion by Ken bears some careful thought:
At the last CASA SCC Operations sub-committee, we were promised a lot more regulatory packages that are so big, they will be submitted […]