Greetings from “Red Boots and the team” and welcome to the new look weekly newsletter. The first big change you’ll note is that our letter is now co-branded with Aviation New Zealand. As members of AIA you are now automatically members of Aviation New Zealand. No additional membership charge and you now have a series of additional benefits all focused on the growth agenda of building a $16Bn industry by 2016.
Secondly, you now get just the headlines and Red boots welcome – for everything else click through. This responds to your demands for “shorter the better”. Our letter is read by over 500 aviators every week roughly 80% of the membership bases.
Thirdly only the CAA and Government News is now protected so all of the other stuff is open – no passwords required and you’ll be able to easily go back and retrieve historical stuff if need be.
Lastly we want you to contribute more stuff – remember we will put in all member adverts, interesting media stuff in these newsletters. This week we’ve got a deal for you on Foreign Exchange purchasing or transactions. The company NZFOREX click here
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Announcing details of our next Executive Leadership programme (click here)
– this programme is not simply a learning experience it's about dialogue with some of the most important players in our industry who are leading and influencing the policy agenda. We’ve added the dimension of performance management in safety sensitive industries to the agenda as we think this is one of the most challenging issues for our industry.
We’re also counting down to Conference Week 2012 click here
– it will be the place to be with quite a shift in focus reflecting our increasing integration of all aspects of commercial aviation. Speed dating with the key Air Force procurement personnel is one aspect, but GSB will also be along talking about vehicle procurement – this is where your membership of GSB will really work for you.
Until we speak again take care and stay risk aware
Minister Joyce comments on pilot surpluses click here
Minister Bownlee to the PM on the Transport agenda click here
NASO confirms no decision on whether ACC/Health contracts will be tendered but compliance required click here
TEC looking at EFTS allocation mechanism and audit process click here
Should key aviation careers go on international shortages list? Your views please? click here
Rule Part 115 – is the transition too short? click here
Funding review – business case to Ministers to be discussed 20 April. click here
Should industry be charged for CAA regulatory action? click here
ZK Operations overseas more information released by CAA click here
Draft Rule Part 141 AIA lobbies for reintroduction but with narrow coverage clause click here
Draft Rule Part 139 click here
Latest word on the Ag Safety Review and draft Rule Part 137 click here
The cost of compliance click here
Simplifying the process
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Noise abatement training – click here
– What are TEC's requirements? - click here
AIRCARE™ ACCREDITATION process
AIRCARE™ ACCREDITATION CONTRACTS YOU CAN ACCESS
- Rotorua 9th August.
AIRCARE™ accreditations Click here