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Raising the Bar for Recreational Aviation Accident Investigations

Raising the Bar for Recreational Aviation Accident Investigations

Raising the Bar for Recreational Aviation Accident Investigations

July 31, 2019 By AOPA Australia
Now that RA-Aus has been given the responsibility to govern itself under Part 149, it needs to make another big change to the way it does things. Specifically, it needs to hand off it's accident investigations to the independent ATSB. AOPA SPORT Editor BRIAN BIGG provides an opinion.
Up to now, whenever there has been a fatal ultralight accident, someone from RA-Aus, usually the Technical Manager, is despatched from head office to take part in the ...This content...

Up to now, whenever there has been a fatal ultralight accident, someone from RA-Aus, usually the Technical Manager, is despatched from head office to take part in the ...

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AOPA Pilot Editor at Large Dave Hirschman joined AOPA in 2008. He has an airline transport pilot certificate and instrument and multiengine flight instructor certificates. Dave flies vintage, historical, and Experimental airplanes and specializes in tailwheel and aerobatic instruction.

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