A Department of Infrastructure and Transport spokesperson has said that the Federal Government is still considering the resolutions from the July Australian General Aviation Alliance (AGAA) summit.
Speaking in response to a question from Australian Flying yesterday, the spokesperson also said that other government departments would have to be brought in on considerations.
"The Australian Government is currently considering Australian General Aviation Alliance’s (AGAA) list of resolutions developed at the Wagga Wagga Summit," the spokesperson said.
"A number of the matters require consultation with other Government agencies and industry, including the General Aviation Advisory Group established to provide advice on matters impacting general aviation.
"These consultations are underway and a response will be provided to AGAA in due course."
The resolutions were presented to the department for consideration in mid July among promises of bipartisan support from both sides of government and a wave of cautious optimism from many members of the general aviation community.
The centrepiece of the AGAA resolutions was a change to the wording of the Civil Aviation Act 1988 that would remove the primacy of safety from new regulations.