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A Civil Aviation Safety Authority seminar will be held in Bundaberg on Tuesday, 24 March 2020. Picture: CASA

CASA aviation safety advisers will be delivering a new AvSafety seminar in Bundaberg on Tuesday, 24 March titled “Enhancing pilot skills – Expect the unexpected”

This seminar will discuss three key safety topics:

  • Preflight planning
  • Aeronautical decision making
  • Checklists

The seminar will discuss how sound planning practices can prepare pilots for unexpected events and assist decision making in all phases of flight.

The seminar will review the resources available and provide practical hints and tips to help pilots operate safely and efficiently. The information is designed to enhance and refresh pilots knowledge at all levels.

Using practical examples, the seminar will also explore the role of checklists and highlight the importance of a disciplined approach to their use.

The seminars are an ideal opportunity for industry to interact with CASA, discuss local issues and ask questions of the regulator.

Registration for AvSafety seminars will be through Eventbrite and attendance is free.

The event will be at Bundaberg Aero Club, Airport Drive, on Tuesday from 6pm to 8pm.

For all enquiries or to discuss any special requirements contact an aviation safety adviser on 131 757.

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