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  2. Wreckage sighted. ABC report. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-06-05/plane-missing-off-gold-coast-prompts-search-yak-52/11183322 Hope they got out OK
  3. The HARS ex RAAF Lockheed Orion just flew overhead at 1055am today 6/3/2019. Might be its first flight following restoration.
  4. Agree Just to mention re post No 1 that the first Gyro accident in Orange (not the color orange) appears to have been an TAG airframe (folding mast feature) problem. See the ASRA website safety directive 2018/01 for details.
  5. Menindee is east of Broken Hill isnt it? Big dust storm there wednesday moving east
  6. Hi again. A memorial list of those killed has been created and is in a local church. The link below shows the memorial. The header photo is hard to read in part due to the photo angle. There is a straight on photo at the end of the page but it is blurry. http://www.wiltshire-opc.org.uk/Items/Imber/Imber - 70th Anniversary plaque of friendly fire.pdf
  7. Might it have an effect on the plain english converter?
  8. For Australia. Happens 9 November. See the BOM home page or Recreational Aviation Australia latest newsletter 31 October for details.
  9. Here is another link My condolences. So sad. Two dead in light plane crash south-west of Brisbane
  10. Check out this video. Top one on the link page. 528 mph. World Warbird News
  11. Yes Col. YWOL was security controlled years ago when Qantas used it. (C. 2008) but later this lapsed and asics have not been required at YWOL for years. Could it be that the ersa wasnt updated?
  12. Col, From Shellharbour Council...... Good Afternoon All As you are all aware with RPT flights starting on 30 October 2017 IRA will become a designated Security Controlled Airport again – it is expected that we will be gazetted for this two weeks prior to 30 October. When IRA becomes a Security Controlled port again it will be from the gazetted date and will require any persons going airside to have a current approved ASIC , or in certain circumstances hold a VIC ( Visitor Identification Card) issued by SCC – the person holding the VIC will still be required to be escorted by a ASIC holder. The rules for the issuing of ASIC’s changed on the 1 August 2017 requiring face to face meetings between the ASIC applicant and the Authorising body / agent , this could mean considerable travel for the applicant. SCC is to become an agent for Aviation ID Australia to lessen this impact on the applicant. (Ed highlight) We will advise you of more detail in the coming weeks. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me. Regards John Barnden 0417 625 595
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