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We are proposing to amend CASR Part 61 to include a 105 hour training option for CPL(H).

We’ve introduced a new SMS notification service for people applying for remote pilot and flight crew licensing authorisations.

Instruments and directions for performance-based navigation (CAO 20.91).

The new forms page makes it easier for you to search.

We have updated the Manual of Standards for Part 90: Additional airworthiness requirements

Changes to phraseology, charting and speed restrictions for SIDs and STARs take effect in Australia Thursday 9 November.

We’re asking your views about how we are tracking against our initiatives in a short survey.

We are making some changes to the way we conduct surveillance and how we share information with the aviation community.

CASA is preparing a proposal for radio frequency use in low level Class G airspace for public consultation.

CASA’s Director sets out the next steps in regulatory reform in the October CASA Briefing newsletter.

Significant work undertaken to examine the new fatigue rules.

CASA’s 2016-17 annual report is now available.

Have your say on the proposed updated Part 139 rules for aerodromes. Consultation closes 8 December.

New website launched to help you understand the rules

Submissions outlined issues and possible solutions to be considered in a Part 66 post-implementation review.

CASA has established a register of aviation industry experts.

The results of consultation on radio frequency use in low level uncontrolled airspace have been released.

This month’s CASA Briefing explains the updated consultation process with the aviation community.

Deadline for feedback extended.

A proposal to update the Part 139 rules for aerodromes (NPRM 1426AS) is now open for public consultation.

There’s lots going on with remotely piloted aircraft. Find out details in the August CASA Briefing newsletter now.

An important safety briefing for local pilots is being held in Yarrawonga next week.

Read our discussion paper and provide your responses through our consultation hub.

The system will be unavailable from 5:30pm AEST 10 August until midday 14 August.

A team of leading international specialists will conduct an independent review of the new fatigue rules.

New identity verification requirements for ASIC applicants come into effect from 1 August 2017.

CASA now has access to more safety data on foreign airlines. Find out more in this month's edition of the CASA Briefing newsletter.

Do you know your Baro-VNAV from your LNAV? Brush up on PBN operations with our new eLearning module.

CASA is inviting comment on options to simplify and futureproof maintenance rules for limited category aircraft.

Redeveloped training course for people who want to gain a flight examiner rating or flight examiner endorsement, read more