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CASA 20 May 18
Replying to @shemapsau
Here you go! Thanks for sharing.
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Rodd Craig 17 May 18
Replying to @CASABriefing
Excellent and provides a really clear and cut through message
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Natalia Irn Brüglia 18 May 18
Replying to @CASABriefing
drones are for crime
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Shane Heatlie 18 May 18
Make sure when you’re lost in the outback or need emergency assistance that only a drone can provide: keep calm, yell obscenities at it and carry on floundering.
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Great Oz Gov Tweets 18 May 18
Replying to @CASABriefing
Congrats on writing a great government tweet! (Ranked 28th for May 18.)
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Mal Bruce 20 May 18
Replying to @CASABriefing
Height in aviation in Australia is determined in feet why do you have a reference to 120 meters ???????
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Fiona Lake 21 May 18
Because while Australian pilots are used to using the silly combination of metric & imperial measurements due to US aviation dominance the rest of the population are not; hence drone rules are provided in metric, which the public understands best.
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76Ω 11 Jun 18
Replying to @CASABriefing
Teh fun police have arrived... when drones became affordable.
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