Angel Flight and AOPA Australia Give Evidence to Senate RRAT Inquiry

Angel Flight and AOPA Australia Give Evidence to Senate RRAT Inquiry

Angel Flight and AOPA Australia Give Evidence to Senate RRAT Inquiry

September 5, 2019 By Benjamin Morgan
AOPA Australia Executive Director Benjamin Morgan reports.

Angel Flight and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association of Australia gave evidence before the Senate Regional Rural Affairs Transport Committee Inquiry into the Operation of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, and in particular it’s report on the June 2017 crash of a flight conducted on behalf of Angel Flight Australia.

A full audio recording of the inquiry can be listen to below;

CLICK TO DOWNLOAD A COMPLETE TRANSCRIPT OF THE INQUIRY

Senate Regional Rural Affairs Transport (RRAT) Committee representatives;

QLD Senator Susan McDonald (Chairperson)
QLD Senator Murray Watt
QLD Seantor Gerard Rennick
SA Senator Rex Patrick
SA Senator Alex Antic
WA Senator Slade Brockman (via teleconference connect)
WA Senator Glen Sterle
VIC Senator Janet Rice (absent)

Angel Flight / AOPA Australia representatives:

AngelFlight CEO Mrs Marjorie Pagani
AngelFlight Safety Offier Mr Owen Crees
AOPA Australia Executive Director Benjamin Morgan

Australian Transport Safety Bureau representatives;

ATSB Chief Commissioner Mr Greg Hood
ATSB Commissioner Mr Christopher Manning
ATSB Executive Director Mr Nat Nagy
ATSB Director Transport Safety Dr Stuart Godley
ATSB Manager Legal and Governance Mr Patrick Hornby

Civil Aviation Safety Authority representatives;

CASA Acting Chief Executive Officer and Director of Aviation Safety Mr Graeme Crawford
CASA Executive Manager Legal and Regulatory Affairs Dr Jonathan Aleck
CASA Acting Group Executive Manager Aviation Mr Chris Monahan



 

Benjamin Morgan

Executive Director - Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) of Australia

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