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Lifehacker Australia
New Drone Rules: With More Eyes In The Sky, Expect Less Privacyneighbourhood. As of this week/a>, it will also be legally easier to use such a
New Drone Rules: With More Eyes In The Sky, Expect Less Privacy
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 10 hours ago
neighbourhood. As of this week/a>, it will also be legally easier to use such aircraft in Australia, with the relaxation of Civil Aviation Safety Authority rules about "remotely piloted aircraft", or RPAs. We're all for "set and forget" investment... Read more
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PhysOrg
With more drones in the sky, expect less privacytheir neighbourhood. As of today it will also be legally easier to use such ai
With more drones in the sky, expect less privacy
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
their neighbourhood. As of today it will also be legally easier to use such aircraft in Australia, with the relaxation of Civil Aviation Safety Authority rules about "remotely piloted aircraft", or RPAs. The change is partly due to the... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Aircraft enthusiasts and pilots descend on Thangool Aerodromerunning.” The day kicks off Saturday, October 1 and runs through to Monday, Oc
Aircraft enthusiasts and pilots descend on Thangool Aerodrome
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
running.” The day kicks off Saturday, October 1 and runs through to Monday, October 3 with camping available, children's activities and raffles. A series of Civil Aviation Safety Authority and CDFG forums will also be held across the long wee... Read more
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Computer World Australia
New drone rules: With more eyes in the sky, expect less privacytheir neighbourhood. As of today it will also be legally easier to use such ai
New drone rules: With more eyes in the sky, expect less privacy
Computer World Australia / Posted yesterday
their neighbourhood. As of today it will also be legally easier to use such aircraft in Australia, with the relaxation of Civil Aviation Safety Authority rules about “remotely piloted aircraft”, or RPAs. The change is partly due to the... Read more
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CIO
New drone rules cut red tape, boost public safetywith a maximum take-off weight of less than two kilograms no longer need to app
New drone rules cut red tape, boost public safety
CIO / Posted yesterday
with a maximum take-off weight of less than two kilograms no longer need to apply for a certificate and licence from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). The new rules, which cut the cost and red tape of operating very small commercial... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New drone laws 'could lead to mid-air collisions'kilos at 250 kilometres an hour, or potentially 400 kilometres an hour — there'
New drone laws 'could lead to mid-air collisions'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
kilos at 250 kilometres an hour, or potentially 400 kilometres an hour — there's a lot of energy in that impact." But Civil Aviation Safety Authority spokesman Peter Gibson said there was a system in place to mitigate the risks. "We looked at... Read more
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The Courier
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone lawswarnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicop
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone laws
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
warnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicopters. The liberalised laws, set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, allow anyone to fly lightweight, remotely-controlled drones without a licence - even for... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Experts warn drones raise plane-crash risknew rules allow anyone to fly commercial drones weighing less than two kilogram
Experts warn drones raise plane-crash risk
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 days ago
new rules allow anyone to fly commercial drones weighing less than two kilograms without a certificate and licence from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority and without having to pay around $1400 in fees. The head of a drone operators group said the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone lawswarnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicop
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone laws
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
warnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicopters. The liberalised laws, set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, allow anyone to fly lightweight, remotely-controlled drones without a licence - even for... Read more
22 related stories
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The Young Witness
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone lawswarnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicop
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone laws
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
warnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicopters. The liberalised laws, set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, allow anyone to fly lightweight, remotely-controlled drones without a licence - even for... Read more
22 related stories
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Western Advocate
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone lawswarnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicop
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone laws
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
warnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicopters. The liberalised laws, set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, allow anyone to fly lightweight, remotely-controlled drones without a licence - even for... Read more
22 related stories
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Kiama Independent
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone lawswarnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicop
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone laws
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
warnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicopters. The liberalised laws, set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, allow anyone to fly lightweight, remotely-controlled drones without a licence - even for... Read more
22 related stories
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Manning River Times
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone lawswarnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicop
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone laws
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
warnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicopters. The liberalised laws, set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, allow anyone to fly lightweight, remotely-controlled drones without a licence - even for... Read more
22 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone lawswarnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicop
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone laws
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
warnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicopters. The liberalised laws, set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, allow anyone to fly lightweight, remotely-controlled drones without a licence - even for... Read more
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The North West Star
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone lawswarnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicop
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone laws
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
warnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicopters. The liberalised laws, set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, allow anyone to fly lightweight, remotely-controlled drones without a licence - even for... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone lawswarnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicop
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone laws
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
warnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicopters. The liberalised laws, set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, allow anyone to fly lightweight, remotely-controlled drones without a licence - even for... Read more
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The Border Mail
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone lawswarnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicop
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone laws
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
warnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicopters. The liberalised laws, set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, allow anyone to fly lightweight, remotely-controlled drones without a licence - even for... Read more
22 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone lawswarnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicop
'It may be catastrophic': Pilots issue stark warning over relaxed drone laws
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
warnings they risk catastrophic collisions with commercial aircraft and helicopters. The liberalised laws, set by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, allow anyone to fly lightweight, remotely-controlled drones without a licence - even for... Read more
22 related stories
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Northern Star
Drone use likely to take offTHE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that
Drone use likely to take off
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
THE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that allow unlicensed individuals and organisations to fly commercial drones with a maximum take-off weight of less than 2kg. The new laws, which come into force today, also... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Drone use likely to take offTHE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that
Drone use likely to take off
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
THE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that allow unlicensed individuals and organisations to fly commercial drones with a maximum take-off weight of less than 2kg. The new laws, which come into force today, also... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Drone use likely to take offTHE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that
Drone use likely to take off
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
THE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that allow unlicensed individuals and organisations to fly commercial drones with a maximum take-off weight of less than 2kg. The new laws, which come into force today, also... Read more
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Queensland Times
Drone use likely to take offTHE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that
Drone use likely to take off
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
THE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that allow unlicensed individuals and organisations to fly commercial drones with a maximum take-off weight of less than 2kg. The new laws, which come into force today, also... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Drone use likely to take offTHE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that
Drone use likely to take off
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
THE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that allow unlicensed individuals and organisations to fly commercial drones with a maximum take-off weight of less than 2kg. The new laws, which come into force today, also... Read more
22 related stories
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News Mail
Drone use likely to take offTHE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that
Drone use likely to take off
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
THE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that allow unlicensed individuals and organisations to fly commercial drones with a maximum take-off weight of less than 2kg. The new laws, which come into force today, also... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Drone use likely to take offTHE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that
Drone use likely to take off
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
THE Civil Aviation Safety Authority has been slammed over new regulations that allow unlicensed individuals and organisations to fly commercial drones with a maximum take-off weight of less than 2kg. The new laws, which come into force today, also... Read more
22 related stories
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Sky News Australia
Expert warn drones raise plane-crash risknew rules allow anyone to fly commercial drones weighing less than two kilogram
Expert warn drones raise plane-crash risk
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 days ago
new rules allow anyone to fly commercial drones weighing less than two kilograms without a certificate and licence from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority and without having to pay around $1400 in fees. The head of a drone operators group said the... Read more
22 related stories
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New drone laws 'could lead to mid-air collisions'kilos at 250 kilometres an hour, or potentially 400 kilometres an hour — there'
New drone laws 'could lead to mid-air collisions'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
kilos at 250 kilometres an hour, or potentially 400 kilometres an hour — there's a lot of energy in that impact." But the Civil Aviation Safety Authority said the requirement for people to follow strict operating conditions at all times would... Read more
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Mashable
Cops aren't taking a mysterious 'fireball' in the sky very seriouslyto Mashable that they detected no earthquake activity in the area at the time.
Cops aren't taking a mysterious 'fireball' in the sky very seriously
Mashable / Posted 3 days ago
to Mashable that they detected no earthquake activity in the area at the time. Police say they've been told by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority that no planes were reported missing or in danger in the region. Spooky! Hundreds of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Pilots are under-reporting mental illnessflew his plane into a mountainside in March 2015, killing himself and all 144 p
Pilots are under-reporting mental illness
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
flew his plane into a mountainside in March 2015, killing himself and all 144 passengers and six crew. In Australia, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) said health examiners had updated internal assessment procedures, but no regulatory... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Pilots are under-reporting mental illnessflew his plane into a mountainside in March 2015, killing himself and all 144 p
Pilots are under-reporting mental illness
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
flew his plane into a mountainside in March 2015, killing himself and all 144 passengers and six crew. In Australia, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) said health examiners had updated internal assessment procedures, but no regulatory... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offerto 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile,
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offer
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
to 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile, workers at another government workplace the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, have voted to accept a deal. Workers at the construction watchdog were told on Tuesday that... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offerto 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile,
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offer
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
to 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile, workers at another government workplace the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, have voted to accept a deal. Workers at the construction watchdog were told on Tuesday that... Read more
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The Young Witness
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offerto 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile,
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offer
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
to 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile, workers at another government workplace the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, have voted to accept a deal. Workers at the construction watchdog were told on Tuesday that... Read more
10 related stories
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Western Advocate
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offerto 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile,
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offer
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
to 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile, workers at another government workplace the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, have voted to accept a deal. Workers at the construction watchdog were told on Tuesday that... Read more
10 related stories
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Kiama Independent
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offerto 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile,
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offer
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 days ago
to 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile, workers at another government workplace the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, have voted to accept a deal. Workers at the construction watchdog were told on Tuesday that... Read more
10 related stories
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Manning River Times
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offerto 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile,
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offer
Manning River Times / Posted 9 days ago
to 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile, workers at another government workplace the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, have voted to accept a deal. Workers at the construction watchdog were told on Tuesday that... Read more
10 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offerto 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile,
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offer
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 9 days ago
to 37 per cent to reject the latest enterprise agreement proposal. Meanwhile, workers at another government workplace the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, have voted to accept a deal. Workers at the construction watchdog were told on Tuesday that... Read more
10 related stories
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WA Today
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offerand Construction chief Nigel Hadgkiss. Photo: Simon Schluter Meanwhile, worker
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offer
WA Today / Posted 9 days ago
and Construction chief Nigel Hadgkiss. Photo: Simon Schluter Meanwhile, workers at another government workplace the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, have voted to accept a deal. Workers at the construction watchdog were told on Tuesday that... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offerand Construction chief Nigel Hadgkiss. Photo: Simon Schluter Meanwhile, worker
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offer
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
and Construction chief Nigel Hadgkiss. Photo: Simon Schluter Meanwhile, workers at another government workplace the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, have voted to accept a deal. Workers at the construction watchdog were told on Tuesday that... Read more
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The Age
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offerand Construction chief Nigel Hadgkiss. Photo: Simon Schluter Meanwhile, worker
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offer
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
and Construction chief Nigel Hadgkiss. Photo: Simon Schluter Meanwhile, workers at another government workplace the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, have voted to accept a deal. Workers at the construction watchdog were told on Tuesday that... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offerand Construction chief Nigel Hadgkiss. Photo: Simon Schluter Meanwhile, worker
'Union busting' public servants say no to government's offer
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
and Construction chief Nigel Hadgkiss. Photo: Simon Schluter Meanwhile, workers at another government workplace the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, have voted to accept a deal. Workers at the construction watchdog were told on Tuesday that... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Drones to help prepare and recover from natural disasters as part of trialsight. Under current regulations, pilots must be able to see their drones at a
Drones to help prepare and recover from natural disasters as part of trial
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
sight. Under current regulations, pilots must be able to see their drones at all times, unless granted an exemption by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority. Local Government Association of Queensland's chief executive Greg Hallam said it would mean... Read more
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Western Advocate
High-tech drones a new crime-fighting tool for Bathurst policequalify to use the drone, Constable McDonald undertook specialised training in
High-tech drones a new crime-fighting tool for Bathurst police
Western Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
qualify to use the drone, Constable McDonald undertook specialised training in the equipment at Goulburn, learning Civil Aviation Safety Authority regulations. “The drone has the same regulations as light aircraft and we have to follow... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Plane sprays fuel fumes over school groupany details such as colouring or registration of the planes and the height and
Plane sprays fuel fumes over school group
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
any details such as colouring or registration of the planes and the height and location that they are flying to possibly identify the owners? "If you are concerned that this is a safety issue please contact the Civil Aviation Safety Au... Read more
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News Mail
Why emergency crews will rush to Bundaberg AirportTourism and Regional Growth spokesman Cr Greg Barnes said the exercise was in a
Why emergency crews will rush to Bundaberg Airport
News Mail / Posted 24 days ago
Tourism and Regional Growth spokesman Cr Greg Barnes said the exercise was in accordance with a requirement of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) to conduct a full field exercise to test the airports emergency response plans and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Airport privatisation 'driving operators to bankruptcy'aviation studies at the University of NSW, said general aviation businesses are
Airport privatisation 'driving operators to bankruptcy'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 26 days ago
aviation studies at the University of NSW, said general aviation businesses are suffering under rules governed by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). He submitted a report to the federal government in 2014, in which he criticised... Read more
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Manning River Times
Seminar on pilot safety lowers riskAn aviation safety officer from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority has visited
Seminar on pilot safety lowers risk
Manning River Times / Posted 29 days ago
An aviation safety officer from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority has visited to Taree to give a seminar for pilots from the Manning and Kempsey. Seminar: Pilots Hugh Cowley and Angus Laurie with CASA aviation safety advisor Teraya Miller, who... Read more
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WA Today
Got a drone? You could earn up to $200,000 flying in the mining, oil and gas sectorat a fairly low price, you're going to get individuals who won't or don't know
Got a drone? You could earn up to $200,000 flying in the mining, oil and gas sector
WA Today / Posted a month ago
at a fairly low price, you're going to get individuals who won't or don't know the rules and regulations," he said. "All the professional operators and qualified drone pilots are managed and regulated by Civil Aviation Safety Authority.0 c... Read more

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