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You can access the Aviation ID ASIC application here The form will look very similar to the CASA form. The Aviation ID program is better suited to Recreational Aviation pilots because they don’t have the medical requirement as part of their program and applicants just provide a copy of their pilot licence/certificate for operational needs.

Mustering Workshop October 2019

RAAus held a mustering workshop in Cunnamulla during October 2019 and were kind enough to invite a representative from ASRA to attend. I accepted the offer with the idea being to provide input from a gyroplane perspective. The workshop was aimed at developing a syllabus and training program for a ‘mustering pilot’ endorsement in Australia. …

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ASRA to become an approved self-administrating aviation organisation under CASR Part 149

ASRA, like other self-administrating sport aviation organisations, currently operates under exemptions from the Civil Aviation Act 1988 with which they would otherwise be bound to comply. These exemptions are detailed in the Part-95 series of Civil Aviation Orders (CAOs). With gyroplanes, the current ‘Exemptions’ are CAO 95.12 for single place with an empty weight not …

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Pilot Online Database Manual

PREAMBLE ASRA members can now enter information directly into their own record using their personal log on details. The following section explains the procedures for making changes to your own records. Table of Contents LOGGING ON INDEMNITY NOTIFICATIONS DATABASE MAIN MENU My Details Personal Details Membership Details Medical Certificates Exams and Endorsements Ratings (Instructor Only) …

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