Top News on CASA

  • Australia tightens rules for helicopter night flying

    Australia is continuing the process of tightening the rules governing helicopter flights in the wake of the fatal 18 August 2011 crash of a Eurocopter AS355F2 Twin Squirrel at Lake Eyre in South Australia.

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  • CASA accused of 'misconduct' by Australia's light aircraft association

    The industry body representing Australia’sultralight,recreational and light sport aircraft sectors, Recreational...

  • Voluntary community flight operator Angel Flight details closure fears

    ​Australian community services flight operator Angel Flight Australia warns that it would be forced to cease operations...

  • Virgin Australia delays delivery of six ATR 72s

    Virgin Australia Regional Airlines (VARA) has delayed the delivery of six new ATR 72-600s as it works to integrate...

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  • Australia to implement air safety review recommendations

    News | 03 Dec 2014 03:29 | Ellis Taylor

    Australia’s government will move to implement almost all of the recommendations made in a recent review of air safety, with the aim of continuing to improve on the country’s strong record.
  • CASA receives three new board members

    News | 03 Dec 2014 03:07 | Aaron Chong

    Australia's infrastructure minister Warren Truss has announced the appointment of three new members to the board of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).
  • CASA accused of 'misconduct' by Australia's light aircraft association

    News | 01 Dec 2014 10:27 | Emma Kelly

    The industry body representing Australia’sultralight,recreational and light sport aircraft sectors, Recreational Aviation Australia (RA-Aus), has accused the Civil Aviation Safety Authority of “misconduct” with regards to its treatment of local manufacturer Jabiru Aircraft over proposed limitations on aircraft equipped with Jabiru engines due to reliability issues.
  • Fraport consortium wins Greek airports tender

    News | 25 Nov 2014 16:07 | Graham Dunn

    A consortium led by Fraport has been chosen as the preferred bidder under the Greek tender for a 40-year contract to run 14 regional airports in the country, including Thessaloniki.
  • Three bidders cleared for Greek regional airports sale

    News | 25 Nov 2014 12:57

    Three consortia bids for the tender covering 14 Greek regional airports including Thessaloniki have been cleared for the next stage of the process.
  • ANALYSIS: How Iran's aerospace dream began and ended with the licence-built IrAn-140

    News | 25 Nov 2014 09:11

    ​When the sole airworthy HESA IrAn-140 turboprop crashed on takeoff from Tehran in August, Iran’s hopes of becoming an aerospace-manufacturing nation appeared to crash with it. The decade-and-a-half following Antonov’s decision to licence production of its An-140 to Iran has seen no more than a dozen IrAn-140s roll off the assembly line, no fewer than four accidents involving the type, and a regulatory ban on all flight operations by the aircraft.