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March-April 2016 edition out now!

CASA has today launched a new website with a new design and information architecture.

CASA will soon be launching a new and improved website.

It's time to get ready for the introduction of the new Medical Records System (MRS).  

CASA's Melbourne Southern Region office will be relocating to new premises from Monday 15 February 2016.

2016 will be another busy year in aviation safety. Keep up with the latest in the CASA Briefing e-newsletter - January edition out now.  

Learn about the improvements being rolled out and what the changes mean for you.

CASA is amending Civil Aviation Regulation 262AE as it applies to the fitment of TCAS II 7.1 to small aircraft.
There is now more time for the completion of Cessna Supplemental Inspection Documents on two groups of aircraft.  
Out now in time for holiday reading the Flight Safety Australia 2015 Collectors’ edition at CASA online store.    
Find out what's new and changing at CASA and what's important in aviation safety regulation. Read the December CASA Briefing e-newsletter now.
How do you rate CASA’s performance? What do you think of the relationship between CASA and the aviation community?

A lot is happening in safety regulation and at CASA. Keep up with the news by subscribing to the CASA Briefing e-newsletter.

Developing or planning a fatigue risk management system but unable to attend the recent forum. For questions or feedback email fatigue.management@casa.gov.au.
A special taskforce is being set up within CASA to address outstanding issues with the new licensing suite of regulations.
Developing or planning a fatigue risk management system - still have questions?
Access to CASA Self Service and other online services are now available after the successful system upgrade. New users can register now for CASA Self Service.
There’s a lot happening in CASA and safety regulation. Make sure you don’t miss out. Get the October newsletter.
The aviation community is being invited to contribute to a review of the functions and operations of CASA's OAR.
CASA online services will be unavailable from 8pm AEDT Friday 30 October 2015 until 8pm AEDT Saturday 31 October 2015 due to a planned system upgrade.
The principles guiding the way CASA operates have been set out clearly in a new regulatory philosophy.
All members of the aviation community are being asked to give CASA their views on the implementation of key new suites of Civil Aviation Safety Regulations.

Flying multi-crew operations for the first time? Reminder: new requirements for multi-crew cooperation training came into effect on 1 September 2015.

CASA has issued an air operator's certificate to Indonesia AirAsia X for flights Between Melbourne and Bali.

This new regulation enhances the existing processes for management of aeronautical data and information. A 12-month transition period applies. Visit the CASR Part 175 page to learn more.

Join CASA’s Director of Aviation Safety Mark Skidmore in Mildura on 30 July. Have your say on your aviation safety challenges.

The operational limitations on aircraft powered by Jabiru engines will continue to apply as from 1 July 2015, subject to a change relaxing one of the conditions.

New information is available for current and potential operators of foreign aircraft in Australia about the factors CASA takes into account when assessing an application for a Foreign Aircraft Air

People filling in CASA forms will soon notice the spaces provided for their aviation reference number have grown from six to seven.

DAS Directive 01/2015 - Development and Application of Risk- Based and Cost- Effective Aviation Safety Regulations has been released.