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Updated CPL Air Law book

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Alessandro created the topic: Updated CPL Air Law book

Hello All,

I'm converting my UK ATPL to CASA so I have to do the AOSA exam, which includes CPL Air Law.

I bought the updated CPL Air Law book.

The first section is about classes, ratings, etc. Then a few pages later (page 29) there is a practice questions set that is totally unrelated with the previous chapter with no explanation of where to find the answers? Are they in the AIP? CASR? Part 91, 121,135? CAO?

I come from EASA so I have no idea.

Thank you
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Bosi72 replied the topic: Updated CPL Air Law book

The Air Law book is organised in parts, and at the very begining of the book there is an explanation how the book is organised:
PART 1 - RPL (Recreational Pilot Licence level topics/questions)
PART 2 - PPL
PART 3 - CPL
PART 4 - MET
PART 5 - General revision exercises and tests

I remember being confused at the early stages. However, the structure made more sense when reading towards the end of the book.

It would be helpful if you could post a photo of the page with questions. Normally either questions or answers contain a reference.
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Alessandro replied the topic: Updated CPL Air Law book

Thank you for your reply.

Here is a picture
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Alessandro replied the topic: Updated CPL Air Law book

I had the previous version of the book and I remember it starting from the beginning with PPL stuff. By the time you reached the CPL part, you had an idea of what was where.

The updated one doesn't seem to go about it the same way.

Unfortunately I don't have that book anymore. I was supposed to do this conversion years ago but I got lazy.
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Bosi72 replied the topic: Updated CPL Air Law book

The page that you've sent is page 131 in old book and it belongs to last PART 5 (general revision exercises).

I suggest continuing reading until you get to the last part, then try answering those questions.

Attached are 3 pages from the same set from old book, with references, however don't take references as a source of truth as they are changing very fast - politicians/law makers have to justify their jobs.

If you haven't printed BT Air Law Extract, I sugest doing it and try understanding how the content in law books is organised.

At the exam you will have good understanding where to find the information.
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Alessandro replied the topic: Updated CPL Air Law book

That's awesome, thank you very much.

Where do I find the Air Law extract?
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Bosi72 replied the topic: Updated CPL Air Law book

Check this page, at the moment it says Pending Update due to massive changes on December 2nd 2021.

www.bobtait.com.au/extracts

Note, the Air Law Extract is relevant to CLWA exam (CPL Law), not sure if that syllabus is related to, or how much different from AOSA.
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Airspeed replied the topic: Updated CPL Air Law book

Do they have an ETA for the revised extract?
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Stuart Tait replied the topic: Updated CPL Air Law book

We're working on having the extract available ASAP.
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