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Senate to launch 2-year enquiry into CASA & GA

Old 3rd Dec 2019, 00:18
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Senate to launch 2-year enquiry into CASA & GA

Welcome news. Senator Susan McDonald should be encouraged regarding her recent form towards scrutinising facets of Australian aviation.

The public submissions will make for some interesting reading (again).

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Old 3rd Dec 2019, 00:48
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If true and the terms of reference don’t hobble it, this could be interesting.
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Old 3rd Dec 2019, 03:02
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It’s on: https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary...eneralAviation
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Old 3rd Dec 2019, 03:22
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Here we go again, the merry-go-round is being fired up now watch the little horses go up & down never actually going anywhere!
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Old 3rd Dec 2019, 04:19
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Will this end up the same as before with every question taken away on notice, no answers provided immediately to give them time to let PR tools carefully craft their answers so as to come out looking rosy without revealing that the people in charge actually don't have a clue or even worse do and just don't give a crap?
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Old 3rd Dec 2019, 05:04
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Submitting a factual, well-articulated response will likely have greater influence than complaining about the regulator on a public forum. Those who have been in this game a good while should consider submitting their views on the sad state of affairs.
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Old 3rd Dec 2019, 05:09
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Actually Ixi, those at the top of CAsA do have a clue of what evil they do, and have done. Their main worry is that maybe, just maybe ,one day it will all unravel. And the truth will out.
Trouble is most of them /the Iron Ring' /Aleck , Carmody / Gibson et al, have had what I call 'Proctological Readjustments'. an operation that swaps the mouth for the anus, so they can talk lies'n'sh*t. Which they do....in spades full.!

To speed things up this "2 year enquiry" should be NOW an immediate JUDICIAL INQUIRY, with all aviation folk involved asked to supply details and docs and/or testify in person at a hearing, and let it all hang out.
The buggery done by this outrageous 'agency' casa knows no bounds. And some CAsA people should be in jail.
As other people have also said ..the experiment with a independent agency, without governance, Government oversight, morality or integrity as FAILED. And miserably.
The destruction of a vital industry is a national scandal.
In 2 years that may not be much in the way of GA left.
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Old 3rd Dec 2019, 10:49
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Maybe start with asking if the objectives of the Flight Crew Licencing reforms as promised were met?

To quote in part the undertaking given to the Govt by Casa;
In developing the proposals CASA is not introducing a new regulatory regime, but is simply refining the existing requirements. The options, while making some changes to existing requirements, do not introduce any substantial new imposts on the aviation industry and in fact, will alleviate and simplify a significant number of current requirements.”

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