18 Sep Survey Australia office

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The Australian’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is introducing significant revisions to the Manual of Standards (MOS) Part 139 and Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR) Part 139 with effect from 22 August 2020. You can read the official explanatory statement and the latest CASR Part 139 here.

With this change, all Australian aerodromes will either be ‘Regulated’ or ‘Unregulated’; moving from the existing 3-tier categorisation of ‘Certified’, ‘Registered’ and ‘Others’. This will also mean that certain aerodromes will now be subjected to regulations that was previously non-applicable.

To better serve valued customers like yourselves, our Australian office intends to provide a new service – Aerodrome Standards Compliance Service – for aerodrome operators. There are several areas which we would like to offer our services, covering various aspects of aerodrome compliance from inspections to Aerodrome Manual development. Ultimately, we hope to gain your trust and confidence in managing all matters pertaining to aerodrome regulatory standards; so that you can focus on the other aspects of aerodrome’s daily business.

To help us better cater to your needs, we would like to hear from you directly.

Your comments are important to us and we hope that you can provide your honest and detailed feedback through a short 5-minute survey. To show our appreciation for your support, we will deliver a one-time service, as a proof of concept, to the organisation that provides the most insightful response.

Thank you for your time.

You can access the survey here.

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