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CASA EX62/15 - Exemption — flight in class D airspace within 16 kilometres of an aerodrome

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Instrument number CASA EX62/15
I, JONATHAN ALECK, Associate Director of Aviation Safety, a delegate of CASA, make this instrument under regulation 11.160 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASR 1998.
[Signed Jonathan Aleck]
Jonathan Aleck
Associate Director of Aviation Safety
8 April 2015
Exemption — flight in class D airspace within 16 kilometres of an aerodrome
1          Duration
                 This instrument:
(a)   commences on the day after registration; and
(b)   expires at the end of March 2018, as if it had been repealed by another instrument.
2          Definition
                 hang-glider, for the purposes of this instrument, has the same meaning as given by subregulation 200.001 (2) of CASR 1998.
3          Application
                 This instrument applies to the operation of hang-gliders by members of the Tasmanian Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association (the Association) for operations in Class D airspace and within 16 kilometres of Hobart International Airport (YMHB).
4          Exemption
                 A member of the Association is exempt from the requirements of sub‑subparagraph 7.1 (i) (iii) and paragraph 7.6 of Civil Aviation Order 95.8.
5          Conditions
                 The exemption is subject to the conditions mentioned in Schedule 1.
Schedule 1 — Conditions
        1     The operations must be within an area described by the following boundaries: the line drawn north-south through the top of Single Hill, northwards to Seven Mile Beach Road and eastwards, following the coastline 100 metres offshore, to a point abeam the northern end of Lauderdale township.
        2     Operations must not be above 1 000 ft AMSL.
        3     Operations must be conducted only in V.M.C.
        4     The duty pilot must obtain approval from Airservices Australia (AA), Hobart control tower, on each occasion that flying is planned to occur.
        5     The duty pilot must advise AA after the completion of each day of flying operations.