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Country: Australia
Official Website: Civil Aviation Safety Authority
Civil Aviation Authority Name (Native language): Civil Aviation Safety Authority

What is the Civil Aviation Safety Authority?

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is the Australian authority that regulates the civil aviation activity in Australia, reporting to the Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport. CASA oversees all aspects of aviation in Australia, including aircraft, airports, and pilots with safety the main priority. CASA oversees common air tasks in Australia, issuing licenses, implementing security measures, and protecting the environment from the impacts of aviation.

Can Epic Flight Academy train me to fly for the Civil Aviation Safety Authority?

Yes. Each country and aviation governing body has different standards that must be met before you can fly for them. This is similar to airlines having different hiring requirements. We can prepare you to fly for any airline in any country. We wish you a successful airline pilot career full of blue skies, soft landings, and a generous salary. For more information on becoming a professional pilot in Australia, please contact us today.

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