Aviation safety issues and actions
Recommendation issued to: Civil Aviation Safety Authority
|Date issued:||24 April 2001|
|Safety action status:|
|Background:||Why this Recommendation was developed|
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority review the current level of education among all levels of the industry with a view to maximising transponder activation in all airspace.
|Date issued:||13 December 2000|
|Response from:||Civil Aviation Safety Authority|
|Response status:||Closed - Accepted|
I refer to the draft ASO Report on the traffic confliction
incident involving Beech 1900, VH-IMA, Beech 1900, VH-IMH, Piper
PA-31 (Chieftain) VH-SVV, and De Havilland DHC-8-201 (Dash 8),
VH-TQO, which occurred near Port Macquarie, NSW on 28 April
Based on the previous advice, supporting the recommendation, and industry education material provided with recent airspace changes the ATSB reclassifies the recommendation as Closed-Accepted (20 February 2008).