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Air Law summary sheet

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baddles created the topic: Air Law summary sheet

Fellow students,
here is a cheat sheet that summarises the CAR, CASR, CAO and AIP references for the most common topics in CPL Air Law.
References are current as of 15 March 2021.
I hope this is helpful.

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John.Heddles replied the topic: Air Law summary sheet

Suggest you include CAO 100.7 in the list. While not directly examinable, it gives you stuff which isn't anywhere else. The definition of "empty weight" springs to mind as an example.

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JamesScot replied the topic: Air Law summary sheet

I don't think CAO 100.7 is allowed to be taken into any of the exams. We just need to know it.
www.casa.gov.au/standard-page/cpl-exams
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John.Heddles replied the topic: Air Law summary sheet

Not for taking in. My observation is that many students have never heard of it so I like to give it a plug, where appropriate.

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