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Air Law Extract - Duplicate Page

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mcneilr created the topic: Air Law Extract - Duplicate Page

Hi There,

Apologies if this has been asked and answered previously - I did search the forum but couldn't spot anything. I noticed in the Extract for Air Law ( www.bobtait.com.au/images/Files/CPL_Air_Law_handout.pdf ) that there is a duplicate page on page 137 and 138 of the PDF. It appears to have page 3 of CAO 20.16.1 twice. It starts at (h) of section 5.3 and I wondered whether it meant to also include the page prior which would have the entire part of s5 (Load Sheets). I know that these extracts were "approved" as is - just wondering if that is a glitch and there should be another page there?

Thanks in advance for any insights.

Ross...
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Stuart Tait replied the topic: Air Law Extract - Duplicate Page

G'day Ross

I'll have a look and check it out thanks for the heads up

Edit: I have had a look and it was a duplicate, I have removed the page it was just an error no other page was supposed to be there
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mcneilr replied the topic: Air Law Extract - Duplicate Page

Thanks Stuart - happy to have helped - here I was hoping that there was a magical page that should have been there that included some amazing reference to the whole caper.... alas I will just have to study harder.

Cheers, Ross...
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