Recreational Aviation Australia (RAAus) has announced it will seek exemptions from CASA similar to those extended to the aviation industry this week.
"RAAus has been working on ways to support our Instructors, CFIs and members in these challenging times," the announcement states. "We are aware and supportive of the recent CASA initiative to extend flight reviews and medical validity for licence holders.
"These initiatives provide some certainty during the current crisis and where the regulations permit, RAAus is working with CASA as a matter of urgency to extend similar initiatives to its members for biennial flight reviews, rating and approval holder renewals and medical validity."
The relief packages announced on Tuesday included a six-month extension on Part 141/142 certificates, licences to remain valid for six months after a medical expires, licences to remain valid for three months after a flight review or proficiency check expires and relief from Part 61 proficiency checks.