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CASA
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority is a government body that regulates Australian aviation safety. We license pilots, register aircraft and oversee safety.
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What would in all probability have been ’s worst aviation disaster was narrowly avoided at in NSW in October 2019. Find out more in Flight Safety Australia:
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CASA Nov 22
We’ve produced a range of materials about safety in that are available to download on our website. Find factsheets, web banners, the drone safety rules in 20 languages, and much more!
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ATSB Nov 19
Want to be alerted of new ATSB transport safety investigation reports as they are released? Sign up to our email lists to be advised of new report releases as soon as they are published.
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CASA Nov 18
In July, the world’s media was captivated by mesmerising footage of thousands upon thousands of white-striped swimming through the but for the researcher behind the aerial video, it was all part of his everyday dream job.
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CASA Nov 17
In the following close call, this senior instructor learns a valuable lesson after not actually checking what he was doing. Read more in Flight Safety Australia:
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CASA Nov 15
Happy centenary ! 🎂🎊✈️ Over its 💯 years Qantas has acquired an enviable reputation for safe operation. How did it build this record and what lessons can be learnt from its many fatality-free years?
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NASA Nov 15
Resilience rises. 🚀 The Crew-1 mission has lifted off on a Falcon 9 rocket from at 7:27pm ET and is en route to the .
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CASA Nov 13
Did you miss out on our 2019–2020 seminar—Enhancing pilot skills: Expect the unexpected? This new video will help prepare for unexpected events and assist decision making in all phases of flight. More info:
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CASA Nov 12
We have suspended our stakeholder survey as a result of deliberate interference by an aviation group. More info:
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CASA Nov 10
We're a proud sponsor of the 2020. Our staff are available at the event to answer your questions, provide advice on safe drone operations, and discuss the future of drones in Australia. Register today!
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CASA Nov 10
The story of a 65-year-old tragedy shows how good intentions are not enough in emergency medical service (EMS) flights. To avoid becoming part of the problem, modern EMS operators have well-defined protocols backed by a solid safety culture. Read more:
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CASA Nov 9
CASA spokesperson Peter Gibson chats to on all things on .
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CASA Nov 9
: If you fly a for business or use one as part of your job, did you know you’ll need to register it by 28 January 2021? Watch our step-by-step video on how you can register your now. Check out our website for more info.
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CASA Nov 8
Today marks 10 years since flight 's engine failure after take-off from . Flight Safety Australia looks back at the incident & Qantas Captain offers readers some useful insights that apply to all aircraft and pilots.
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CASA Nov 8
Replying to @SimonBlears @Qantas
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CASA Nov 8
As our national airline celebrates 100 years, here’s a special gift to everywhere–the inside story of the famous radar ‘Roo in the sky. Flight Safety Australia spoke exclusively to Captain Owen Weaver, the pilot behind this sensational tribute. Read more:
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CASA Nov 5
Flight test reports tell eloquently of the new capabilities—and new challenges—electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft will bring. Flight Safety Australia contributor Brendan Reinhardt explains more:
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CASA Nov 4
The habit of regularly scanning the engine instruments was the key factor in pilot Craig Commens' survival. Find out more in this Flight Safety Australia :
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CASA Nov 3
This month's CASA Briefing is out now! Director of Aviation Safety Shane Carmody outlines the year ahead, more support for the aviation industry to manage the COVID disruption and we explain our alcohol and drug testing. Read more:
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ATSB Nov 3
November 4 marks the 10th anniversary of Qantas A380 flight QF32's uncontained engine failure after take-off from Singapore. The ATSB's subsequent investigation focused on how the engine failed, quality assurance processes, and damage to the aircraft.
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