United Australia Party to Launch Aviation Policy 4th May Wagga Wagga

United Australia Party to Launch Aviation Policy 4th May Wagga Wagga

May 1, 2019 By Benjamin Morgan
Clive Palmer and Riverina UAP Candidate Richard Foley challenging Deputy Prime Minister McCormack to 'Make Aviation Great Again'
The United Australia Party have today announced a Saturday 11:30am 4th May 2019 Press Conference at Wagga Wagga in the federal seat of Riverina, with party leader Clive Palmer to...

The United Australia Party have today announced a Saturday 11:30am 4th May 2019 Press Conference at Wagga Wagga in the federal seat of Riverina, with party leader Clive Palmer to launch their National Aviation Policy for the upcoming federal election.

The United Australia Party’s National Aviation Policy is tipped to be pro-general aviation, signalling a major overhaul of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority and Australia’s aviation regulatory frameworks, seeking to establish Australia as an aviation leader with strong flight training, regional charter and aircraft maintenance sectors.

UAP candidate for the Riverina, Mr Richard Foley; “Australia’s aviation industry has been struggling for far too long under the weight of unnecessary regulations that are crippling small to medium business, with successive governments failing to show leadership.”

“Australia has been experiencing unprecedented declines in flight training, aviation maintenance and regional charter services, with industry pleading for assistance but being ignored.”

“It’s time to end the decline and put into motion clear achievable policies to ‘make aviation great again’ in Australia.”

The press conference will be held 11:30am at the Rules Club, 188 Fernleigh Rd Wagga Wagga.  Aviation industry participants are invited to attend, by registering on 0437 646 564



 

Benjamin Morgan

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

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