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Number: R19970178
Description: R19970178: That Windsock Productions amend the Country Airstrips Guide survey form to include, as examples, specific mention of the obstacles, hazards and special procedures detailed earlier.
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Date: 13 Feb 1998
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Number: R19970179
Description: R19970179: That AOPA bring to the attention of its members the above information and amend the Airports Directory survey form to include, as examples, specific mention of the obstacles, hazards and special procedures detailed earlier.
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Date: 13 Feb 1998
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Number: IR19970173
Description: IR19970173: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Australian Maritime Safety Authority: (a) make it mandatory for all ship helicopter landing sites to have a non-slip surface; (b) make changes to the publication "Ship - Helicopter Transfers, Australian Code of Safe Practice" to clearly reflect this requirement; and (c) check compliance with this ...
Who it affects: Australian Maritime Safety Authority
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Date: 06 Feb 1998
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Type: Interim Recommendation
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Number: IR19970174
Description: IR19970174: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority require helicopter operators involved in ship-helicopter transfers to include in their operations manual the requirement to only use helicopter landing sites with non-slip surfaces. IR970173 also refers and was addressed to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority.
Who it affects: Civil Aviation Safety Authority
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Date: 06 Feb 1998
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Number: IR19970155
Description: IR19970155: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority in conjunction with Airservices Australia: Review aviation regulations and instructions, with the aim of maximising the use of "separation assurance" procedures in conjunction with "alerted see-and-avoid" procedures by pilots of flights in Class G airspace. The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation further ...
Who it affects: Civil Aviation Safety Authority in conjunction with Airservices Australia
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Date: 30 Jan 1998
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Number: IR19970175
Description: IR19970175:The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that Airservices Australia in conjunction with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority: Review aviation regulations and instructions, with the aim of maximising the use of "separation assurance" procedures in conjunction with "alerted see-and-avoid" procedures by pilots of flights in Class G airspace. ...
Who it affects: Airservices Australia
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Date: 30 Jan 1998
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Number: R19970176
Description: R19970176: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority reconsider the conditions of the current exemption to CAR 258 as it applies to passenger-carrying charter operations in single-engine land aircraft with a view to: (a) minimising the likelihood of a ditching event; and (b) minimising the risks associated with the outcome ...
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Date: 28 Jan 1998
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Number: SAN19970137
Description: SAN19970137: Airservices Australia should note the safety deficiencies detailed by this document and take appropriate action.
Who it affects: Airservices Australia
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Date: 27 Jan 1998
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Type: Safety Advisory Notice
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Number: R19980002
Description: R19980002 : BASI recommends that Airservices Australia modify the GPS Arrival procedure for Wynyard so that the track does not require aircraft to fly directly over the steeply rising terrain of Table Cape.
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Date: 13 Jan 1998
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Number: SAN19970149
Description: SAN19970149: The Civil Aviation Safety Authority should note the safety deficiency identified in this document and take appropriate action.
Who it affects: Civil Aviation Safety Authority
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Date: 18 Nov 1997
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Number: R19970083
Description: R19970083: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority provide specific guidance to pilots as to an appropriate buffer when approaching controlled airspace and requesting a clearance.
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Date: 20 Oct 1997
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Number: R19970084
Description: R19970084: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority amend AIP RAC 44.5. to increase the tracking tolerance for pilots wishing to avoid controlled airspace
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Date: 20 Oct 1997
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Number: R19970085
Description: R19970085: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority provide more guidance either in the syllabus or the regulations regarding basic navigational abilities to be attained by the student pilot, stipulate minimum dual hours of cross country training to be completed by the student pilot and increase the minimum number of ...
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Date: 20 Oct 1997
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Number: R19970096
Description: R19970096: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority require greater emphasis to be placed on the navigation training in the vicinity of controlled airspace and the procedures for entry into controlled airspace.
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Date: 20 Oct 1997
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Number: R19970143
Description: R19970143: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority: (i) broaden the definition of flight crew to include any crew member charged with duties essential to the operation and safety of an aircraft during flight time; (ii) develop and implement medical and licensing requirements for all helicopter crewmen who are covered under ...
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Date: 13 Oct 1997
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Number: SAN19960157
Description: SAN19960157: The Civil Aviation Safety Authority should take note of this deficiency, and take appropriate action.
Who it affects: Civil Aviation Safety Authority
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Date: 03 Oct 1997
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Number: R19970150
Description: R19970150: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that Airservices Australia conduct a comprehensive systems safety analysis of simultaneous opposite direction parallel runway operations (SODPROPS). The Bureau has made the following recommendation (R970151) to the Civil Aviation Safety Authority: "The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority review the Operational Standard "Simultaneous Opposite Direction ...
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Date: 01 Oct 1997
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Number: R19970151
Description: R19970151: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Civil Aviation Safety Authority review the Operational Standard "Simultaneous Opposite Direction Operations" to ensure that it provides an acceptable level of safety. The Bureau has also made the following recommendation (R970150) to Airservices Australia: "The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that Airservices Australia conduct a comprehensive systems ...
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Date: 01 Oct 1997
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Number: R19970128
Description: R19970128: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that Australian operators of aircraft manufactured by the Boeing Commercial Airplane Company: 1. develop a simulator training procedure to ensure that aircrew are familiar with the procedure to be used in the event of aileron control jamming; and 2. ensure that aircrew are aware of the control wheel ...
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Date: 29 Sep 1997
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Number: R19970145
Description: R19970145: The Bureau of Air Safety Investigation recommends that the Boeing Commercial Airplane Company informs operators of affected aircraft manufactured by them of the need to: 1. develop a simulator training procedure to ensure that aircrew are familiar with the procedure to be used in the event of aileron control jamming; and 2. ensure that aircrew are ...
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Date: 29 Sep 1997
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