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We will be undertaking system upgrades and maintenance from 7pm on Friday 1 May until 6pm on Sunday 3 May.

The first of four training packages is now available.

Find out from the Director about CASA’s COVID-19 actions in the latest CASA Briefing newsletter.

This edition will be packed with great safety reading.

We are now giving you the option to apply some of the rules ahead of their originally scheduled commencement.

We are extending the transition period by 12 months.

We are putting in place further measures to assist the RPAS industry.

We are working to put in place measures to provide relief to candidates who are part-way through an examination program.

General exemptions for a number of authorisations or permissions related to the continuing airworthiness of aircraft.

How we’re helping sport aircraft organisations during COVID-19.

CASA assistance for Remotely Piloted Aircraft Operator's Certificate holders during COVID-19

We are putting in place various general exemptions for a number of CASA authorisations or permissions.

A letter from Director of Aviation Safety regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus).

Due to its high alcohol content, it must not be sent through Australia Post.

CASA issued a safety notice to pilots and operators of Bristell light sport aircraft.

Colour vision deficiency, low cost ADS-B and C210 directive – latest news in the CASA Briefing.

Read the information sheet for more details and examples of where it is applicable for a student to do this.

Two new members will be joining the Aviation Safety Advisory Panel.

ADS-B VFR consultation communication package open now.

The Australian Government has imposed travel restrictions on flights from some countries.

Organisations or individuals are encouraged to apply for sponsorship of drone safety initiatives.

Catch up on the latest regulatory news published last month.

This year’s early and intense bushfires have meant a number of firefighting activities are occurring right around the country.

Christmas shoppers are being urged to put safety first when buying drones this festive season.

A Flight Safety Australia magazine subscription makes a fantastic Christmas gift.

Australians are flying drones in record numbers. More drones in the sky means it's important we all understand the rules.

Licence wallets are now available for purchase from our online store.

Learn about CASA’s current priorities and how service and surveillance is improving in the latest CASA Briefing newsletter.

We're progressively releasing guidance to help industry understand the changes to rules for aerodromes.

You will need an ADS-B to fly IFR in Australia from next year.

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