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Recommendation issued to: Civil Aviation Safety Authority

Recommendation details
Output No: R20000131
Date issued: 30 March 2001
Safety action status:

See report `Systemic Investigation into Fuel Contamination'.

Output text

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, either by itself, or in cooperation with other organisations, develop a process to satisfy itself that fuel that is fit for purpose is consistently supplied to aircraft.

Initial response
Date issued: 04 March 2002
Response from: Civil Aviation Safety Authority
Action status: Open
Response text:

I refer to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau's report and recommendations arising from the Systemic Investigation into Fuel Contamination.

As agreed with the Department of Transport and Regional Services and discussed with [name supplied] today, CASA will not be in a position to respond to the content and recommendations of the report until such time as a portfolio response to the Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport report into matters relating to aviation fuel has been finalised.

Further correspondence
Date issued: 16 August 2006
Response from: Civil Aviation Safety Authority
Response status: Closed - Not Accepted
Response text:

CASA has no input to the recommendation from 2000, and requests that it be marked as "closed".

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