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Australian Flying September-October 2019

Australian Flying is Australia's premier General Aviation magazine, dedicated to educating and entertaining those at the sharp end of aviation. Each issue of Australian Flying delivers hands on tips to better flying along with advice and reviews on the latest technologies, accessories and techniques on the market. Australian Flying also brings you the latest news and most current topical issues affecting the aviation industry. Australian Flying is staffed by an experienced and dedicated team of writers and pilots who share a common goal to inform and inspire better pilots.

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Yaffa Publishing Group PTY LTD
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look, up in the sky

Civil Aviation Safety Regulation Part 149 is a crossroad set of rules that has the potential to change general aviation in Australia, we just don’t know if that change is for the better or the worse. Part 149 covers the self-administered leisure and sport sectors that have been operating under exemptions from CASA for many years. This has provided freedom for the experts in the field to sort themselves without the weighty shackles of intense oversight that customarily accompany anything CASA does. It has worked well for the most part, but that is all set to end. Part 149 aims to kill off the exemptions and instead introduce administration models that will load a greater rule-set on self-administrators than the exemptions did. It will create animals known as Approved Self-administering Aviation Organisations…

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australian flying

Editor: Steve Hitchen stevehitchen@yaffa.com.au Senior Contributor: Paul Southwick Test Pilot: John Absolon ADVERTISING National Sales Manager: Andrew Murphy, 17-21 Bellevue Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010. Tel: (02) 9213 8272, andrewmurphy@yaffa.com.au Advertising Production: John Viskovich SUBSCRIPTIONS WWW.GREATMAGAZINES.COM.AU CALL 1800 807 760 SUBSCRIPTIONS@YAFFA.COM.AU Subscription Rates 1 year $51.00 1 year PLUS (print + digital) $56.10 1 year (overseas) NZ $A57, ASIA A$62, ROW A$85 Customer Service Manager: Martin Phillipott Subscriber Services: Liz Garcorz AUSTRALIAN FLYING is published by Yaffa Media Pty Ltd ABN 54 002 699 354 17-21 Bellevue Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010. Ph: (02) 9281 2333 Fax: (02) 9281 2750 All Mail to: GPO Box 606, Sydney, NSW 2001. Publisher: Chris Yu Production Director: Matthew Gunn Art Director: Ana Maria Heraud Studio Manager: Lauren Esdaile Designer: Maria Alegro All contributions should be sent to the Editor on the above e-mail address.…

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airmail

Editor’s Pick There’s an old saying that you can’t regulate for idiots. Rules are effective only if people are willing to abide by them, and making regulation to try to curb those that won’t adhere to the rules is a waste of time. Punishing the Obedient The article written by Mr Carmody, in the July-August edition of this magazine states that CASA uses risk management statistics to judge what is safe and what is not. While this method has some merit, it ignores one of the greatest considerations – the human factor. By putting the emphasis on risk ignores a pilot’s flying ability and skills, yet these affect accidents, such as pilot error. For example, if two or three aircraft have an accident caused by lack of fuel, CASA finds it imperative to change…

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casa launches self-administration rules

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority’s latest rule set, CASR Part 149, became law on 14 July this year, giving the relevant organisations three years to fall in line. CASR Part 149 governs the self-administration functions of associations such as Recreational Aviation Australia (RAAus), the Australian Parachute Federation (APF) and the Gliding Federation of Australia (GFA), which were known as Recreational Aviation Administration Organisations (RAAO). RAAOs previously operated under an exemption that enabled them to perform administrative tasks such aircraft registration, accident investigation, training syllabuses and certification. CASA recognised 10 organisations as RAAOs: • Australian Ballooning Federation (ABF)• Australian Parachute Federation (APF)• Australian Skydiving Association• Australian Sport Rotorcraft Association (ASRA)• Australian Warbirds Association Limited (AWAL)• Gliding Federation of Australia (GFA)• Hang Gliding Federation of Australia (HGFA)• Model Aeronautical Association of Australia (MAAA)• Recreational Aviation Australia…

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breaking news featured on www.australianflying.com.au recently

1 Flight Options to extend Training to Gympie 2 Textron marks 50 Years of the B58 Baron 3 Senate votes down Green Objections to Civil Aviation Bill 4 CASA grounds all Airvan 8s 5 French Companies to develop Hybrid TBM 6 CASA retires OnTrack 7 Minister hands New SOEs to CASA and Airservices 8 ATSB celebrates 20 Years 9 Airservices to cut Charges 10 Daher set to acquire Quest Aircraft SIGN UP TO KEEP UP! The Australian Flying website is updated daily with the latest GA news stories. Visit us online now at www.australianflying.com.au to also check out our free classifieds section, photo and video galleries, blogs, flying tips articles and comprehensive Warbird coverage. And be sure to register for our FREE weekly electronic newsletter, which delivers the latest news FREE to your inbox every Friday morning. This is the perfect…

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ccac fears for warnervale future

Central Coast Council and Central Coast Aero Club (CCAC) are at loggerheads over the future of Warnervale Airport after a council meeting last July moved to investigate revegetating of part of the existing runway and preventing clearing within 200 metres. CCAC owns 2.4 hectares of land on the eastern side of the airport and has a usage agreement in place, but the council owns the majority of the airport land and the runway. The council motion has triggered fears that the runway may become unusable and raised suspicions that the council may not support the future of the airport. CCAC General Manager Andrew Smith told Australian Flying that the council has also been reluctant to engage with the aero club on extending the usage agreement. “We have a current agreement to operate on the…

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