30 May Submission in Response to CASA's Fatigue Rules Independent Review 2018 May 30, 2018 The AFAP drew on its Safety & Technical representatives, staff and IFALPA contacts to collaboratively develop a substantial response to the recently published Independent Review of Australian Fatigue Rules for Operators and Pilots (2018)... Read more>> Related Posts Fatigue Safety Action Group (FSAG) Fatigue is an ongoing consideration for us all, and as part of the FSAG group, we meet monthly to review data and make changes with the aim of improving pilots’ lives from the fatigue perspective. Read more>> IFALPA Conference 2018: Atypical Employment Models In April, pilots from across the globe gathered together for the 73rd annual International Federation of Airline Pilots (IFALPA) conference with 58-member associations in attendance. The conference was preceded by the Global Pilots’ Symposium which is run by the world’s three largest global alliances: Oneworld... Read more>> Technically Speaking: Fatigue Survey Results The amended Civil Aviation Order 48.1 Instrument (Flight Time Limitations) took effect from 30th April 2013. Read more>> Aviation Practices Induce Fatigue The following article is based on a Master's thesis by FO Andrew Frost titled 'CAO & CAAP 48.1 - Fatigue Management for Flight Crew Members: Flight Duty Times based on scientific evidence and research, or a continuation of industry custom and practice?' Read more>> A Year in Review The Australian Airline Pilots' Association (AusALPA) came into being in 1997 after a decision was made for AIPA to be part of the International Air Line Pilots' Federations' (IFALPA) global pilot network. Read more>> SBAS In Australia In the 2018 budget, the Federal Government allocated some $240m to implement an aviation capable SBAS over 4 years. This is in addition to the $14m SBAS Trial Project that is already underway in conjunction with New Zealand. So what do these initiatives mean to IFR navigation in Australia?... Read more>> Comments are closed.