Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Stories October 1

Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) officially launched its drone registration and pilot accreditation requirements for commercial drone pilots. You have until January 28, 2021, if you want to legally fly drones for business in Australia.

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Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Stories September 8

Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has hit a new milestone for certified drone operators with 2,000 of them around the country. The milestone was hit by one of the Surf Life Saving Northern Territory’s (SLSNT) newest drone pilots.

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Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Stories August 10

CASA has put out a message looking to the community for help to find a drone that was spotted by pilots coming in to land at Sydney airport. The drone appeared to be blue in color and one meter by one meter in size.

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Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Stories August 7

Amy Steiger is a drone operator for mining company Cardno who has been using drones to improve the efficiency and safety of their surveys over the last five or so years. Steiger spoke to the Civil Aviation Safety Authority’s (CASA) Flight Safety magazine.

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Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Stories May 7

Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has once again stated that its mandatory drone registration and pilot accreditation will open later on this year, on September 30. It was originally set to open last month, but was deferred due to COVID-19.

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Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Stories April 9

In a previous article, we outlined the new drone registration and accreditation plan coming to Australian drone pilots in the future. Today we were made aware of new requirements that will force all pilots flying commercially to keep flight logs for up to seven years.

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