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Old 22nd Mar 2015, 06:50
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LeadSled
 
Join Date: Jul 2001
Location: Australia
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The Senate apparently thinks it knows more about aviation safety than the expert regulators.
Folks,
The sad truth of the matter is that "expert regulators" are very thin on the ground within CASA.

Interestingly, one of the larger branches of the ALAEA is within CASA, I wonder what they had to do with such an imperfect piece of regulation.

As with so much of the "reform program", the final output bears little relation to the original intent, and nowhere is this more true than with the "Maintenance Suite", which is absolutely nothing like EASA regulations, or the recommendations of Byron's expert panel, or the regulations from anywhere else, for that matter.

Tootle pip!!
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