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Work to set up an independent review of the new fatigue rules has begun.

Guidance and further information for limited category aircraft rules commencing 28 January is now available.

Drone for Xmas? There are rules around keeping yourself and others safe.

Keep up to date with aviation safety over the holidays and into 2017 with the CASA Briefing e-newsletter.

We encourage written submissions and comments from all sectors of the aviation and medical communities by 30 March 2017.

Fit ADS-B equipment now for safer flying in the new year. Regulations commence 2 February 2017.

Operators seeking a fatigue risk management system (FRMS) approval to continue existing operations on a ‘like for like’ basis under CAO 48.1 will not be charged for transition.

The Remotely Piloted Aircraft System notification form will be temporarily unavailable due to scheduled maintenance on Saturday 10 December 2016 from 2pm to 9pm (AEDT).

On 22 November 2016, Senator Nick Xenophon withdrew his motion to disallow Civil Aviation Legislation Amendment (Part 101) Regulation 2016 in the Australian Senate.

Find out about changes to ADS-B requirements, when not to use runway strips and new licensing videos. All in the November CASA Briefing e-newsletter. Get your copy now.

New rules will come into effect on 28 January 2017.

The RPAS notification form will be temporarily unavailable due to scheduled maintenance on Saturday 19 November 2016 from 2pm to 3pm AEST.

This casa.gov.au website will be unavailable due to scheduled maintenance on Thursday 17 November 2016 from 8pm to 9pm AEDT.

An independent review of the Office of Airspace Regulation has been completed.

Scheduled maintenance will interrupt some CASA systems between 8pm Friday 4 November and 9am AEDT Monday 7 November: Self Service, Medical Records System, Delegate Management Notification System an

People who subscribe to emails from CASA may have recently received multiple email copies. CASA would like to apologise for any inconvenience.

Don’t miss out on all the news from CASA. October CASA Briefing e-newsletter out now.

Recent changes to the safety regulations covering the operations of drones remain in place.

Air travellers must not take Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices on any aircraft at any time due to the risk of fire.

Operators and pilots now have until 1 May 2018 to comply with Civil Aviation Order 48.1.

New rules for very small commercial drones start from 29 September. Red tape and costs cut.

CASA’s Director Mark Skidmore says farewell in the latest CASA Briefing enewsletter. Subscribe now.

The Delegate Management Notification System (DMNS) is currently unavailable.

The Chairman of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Mr Jeff Boyd today announced the appointment of Mr Shane Carmody as the Acting Chief Executive Officer and Director of Aviation Safety for CASA.

The Chairman of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), Mr Jeff Boyd today announced the resignation of the Chief Executive Officer and Director of Aviation Safety Mr Mark Skidmore AM.
Find out how CASA is working to better serve the aviation community following the results of a national survey. Details in the latest CASA Briefing e-newsletter.

The Part 61 Solutions Taskforce is continuing to address issues associated with the flight crew licensing suite of regulations.

Due to required maintenance there might be a temporary interruption to the following CASA systems between 19:00 and 20:00 AEST on Friday 19 August 2016 : AviationWorx, PEXO, CASA ICC Online Compl

Survey report on the health of CASA’s relationship with the aviation community is out now.

Guidance for Part 142 flying training organisations out now.