– Carriage of ADS-B avionics in foreign registered aircraft operating in Australian territory
On 5 November 2013, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) published NPRM 1305AS-Carriage of ADS-B avionics in foreign registered aircraft operating in Australian territory. The purpose of this NFRM is to set out CASA's disposition of comments received to the NPRM, which proposed the mandatory carriage of serviceable ADS-B avionics equipment by foreign registered aircraft operating under IFR, in any classification and at any altitude, in Australian territorial airspace on or after 2 February 2017.
- provides a background of the regulatory policy proposed and consultation undertaken
- discusses the submissions made in response to NPRM 1305AS
- provides an analysis of the responses and gives a CASA response and disposition
- discusses the impact and gives an explanation of the changes
- provides the final legislative changes and associated advisory materials.
CASA received two responses to the NPRM. Analysis indicates that the proposal is acceptable without change. The details of the responses received, together with CASA's disposition, can be found in section 3 of this NFRM.
CASA would like to thank those who participated in the consultations on the issues addressed in the NPRM. The input of stakeholders who are directly or indirectly affected by change proposals is appreciated and valued in our regulatory development process.
22 July 2014
- NFRM 1305AS - Preamble
- ANNEX A - Civil Aviation Order 82.1 Amendment Instrument
- ANNEX B - Civil Aviation Order 82.3 Amendment Instrument
- ANNEX C - Civil Aviation Order 82.5 Amendment Instrument
- ANNEX D - CASA Instrument 61/14: Direction - use of ADS-B in foreign aircraft engaged in private operations
Contact: Jan Goosen