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Work to be Done

Earlier this year the Civil Aviation Safety Authority marked its 25th anniversary.

This gave us the opportunity to not only reflect on events, issues and challenges already faced but what we will focus on and improve into the future.

CASA has implemented a wide range of safety initiatives over the years and made improvements to regulatory frameworks and the way we conduct our business–but

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