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AGAA has written to Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Michael McCormack outlining the findings and recommendations from the GA summit.

Garmin announced this week that it has added to its range of doppler weather radars.

AAHOF today announced that four individuals and one organisation will be inducted in November.

The RAeS has written to the minister stating that the current training programs do not prepare pilots well enough for automated cockpits.

Airservices Australia will waive more than $2 million in annual service charges for Angel Flight, CareFlight, LifeFlight, Little Wings and the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

Holders of Flight Examiner Ratings will be indemnified by the federal government from 1 September this year.

AGAA summit delegates have collaborated on conclusions and recommendations to present to both sides of parliament.

Anthony Albanese yesterday committed the federal opposition to providing bipartisan support to the government for aviation reform.

The Deputy Prime Minister has said he will collaborate with reform attempts for general aviation, but added that getting any changes to the Civil Aviation Act through parliament could be difficult.

Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Michael McCormack has committed the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) to creating maintenance regulations specifically for general aviation.

Pilots flying under the new Basic Class 2 (BC2) medical will need to inform passengers that they will be operating under a lower medical standard.

Pipistrel has started work on a EUR 4 million expansion of its factory in Gorizia, Italy.

Support for a change to the Civil Aviation Act is growing rapidly.

Rossair has gone into voluntary administration one year after a tragic aircraft crash at Renmark

Australian Flying July-August 2018 is now on the streets and waiting for your eyes.