Sport Aircraft Association of Australia

We are a group of aviation enthusiasts, assisting each other to build, maintain and operate sport aircraft. We educate our members to continuously improve safety outcomes.

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CASA 10/19 Maintenance Instrument

CASA 10/19 Maintenance Instrument

Flight Ops Support for SAAA Members Climbs to New Levels!

A new Flight Safety Advisor program that now includes Type Transition & Re-current Flight Training – “delivered by SAAA Members who know our planes best” Many of our Members will be aware of this project, and if you were at AusFly in October, you will likely have...

AGAA representatives front Senate Hearing Committee – 19th November 2019

Comparing and contrasting medical and other standards for pilots within the self-administered sector against those of CASA-regulated pilots. AGAA representatives from AOPA, SAAA, AMROBA and GFA attended and provided evidence to the Rural & Regional Affairs &...

AusFly 2019 – All Aviators Under One Sky!

The dates are set! 17th - 20th October 2019 The success of AusFly 2018 was plain for all to see.  A phenomenal demonstration our great Australian general aviation community and spirit at work - it ticked all the boxes - fun, relaxing, community spirit, catching up...

Safety NOTAM – CASA Publication – Changes to Melbourne Port Phillip Bay VFR lane effective 8th November 2018

Subject: RAPAC OOS re MEL RWY 34 GLS consequential changes to Port Phillip Bay VFR lane [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]UNCLASSIFIED To all sport organisations, Please find an out of sessions RAPAC paper that the OAR would like you to disseminate to members in relation to an...

Safety NOTAM – CASA Publication – New Fuel Rules effective 8th November 2018

New fuel rules are coming The rules covering minimum fuel requirements are changing soon. For private operators - the rules begin on 8 November 2018. For AOC and Part 141 certificate holders with a certificate in force on 7 November 2018 - you have until 28 February...

If you’re thinking about building your own aircraft, then the SAAA is your best starting point.

SAAA is likely the most cost effective & expert supported environment to build, maintain & fly Experimental Category aircraft.

Check out our aircraft build support program, and our type transition and re-current flight training program – SAAA supports Members with aircraft builds, flight ops and maintenance.

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