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September 2015 Pilot Extra
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Do you have questions about ADS-B?
AOPA has put together a FAQ fact sheet for owners of Australian general aviation aircraft.
The document contains information on how ADS-B works, why and when you need to equip your IFR aircraft and how to install ADS-B.
If you have a question regarding ADS-B,
please click this link: ADS-B FAQ
May 13, 2015
Mark Skidmore DAS, will be the keynote Speaker at AOPA’s Safety Seminar on June 20 & 21 at Bankstown Airport.
Open to all aviators, click the Read more link to reserve your place.Read more »
January 08, 2015
In 2015 AOPA will be working towards improving members website experience via video content produced in Australia that enhances the magazine, an online version of Australian Pilot and the website being updated with regular aviation news relevant to our members.
Starting with the Avalon Airshow, the website will be updated every few days. Avalon is providing us with the opportunity to demonstrate the value of our website, so even if you don’t get to Avalon, you’ll be kept up to date with all the news from Australia’s biggest airshow.Read more »
August 09, 2013
For those that were unable to attend the Safety Seminar at Bankstown inRead more »
May 2013, we have put the two day giant event onto 2 DVD’s. You can purchase this
for only $10 including postage.
February 05, 2013
If so, please read the following important message to amateur-built aircraft owners who may be members of AOPA but not members of SAAA.Read more »
There have been some important publications released just recently by CASA, which owners and operators of Amateur-Built (Experimental) - AB - aircraft and Amateur-Built Aircraft Acceptance - ABAA aircraft – may not be aware of.