Instrument number CASA 47/14
I, CHRISTOPHER VINCENT GENGE, Team Leader Certificate Management Team, Southern Region, Operations Division, a delegate of CASA, make this instrument under subregulation 156 (1) and paragraph 157 (4) (b) of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988.
[Signed C.V. Genge]
Team Leader Certificate Management Team
3rd March 2014
Permission — flying over a public gathering at the 2014 Tyabb Air Show, Tyabb, Victoria
Permission — flying below minimum height at the 2014 Tyabb Air Show, Tyabb, Victoria
(a) commences on 8 March 2014; and
(b) expires at the end of 9 March 2014, as if it had been repealed by another instrument.
This instrument applies to:
(a) the car and aeroplane race to be conducted in connection with the 2014 Tyabb Air Show (the Air Show), organised by the Peninsula Aero Club, Aviation Reference Number 038415 (the PAC); and
(b) Paul David Bennet, Aviation Reference Number 572019, pilot in command of the aeroplane taking part in the race mentioned in paragraph (a) (the aeroplane).
(1) The pilot may fly the aeroplane at the Air Show:
(a) over a public gathering; and
(b) at a height less than 1 000 feet above the highest point of the terrain, or any object on it, within a radius of 600 metres, taken from a point on the terrain vertically below the aircraft.
(2) In spite of paragraph 4.2 (2) of Civil Aviation Order 29.4 (CAO 29.4), the approved pilot, when flying an aircraft below 1 500 feet above ground level:
(a) may track or manoeuvre towards spectators within a horizontal distance of 500 metres; and
(b) may pass within 200 metres horizontal distance of spectators.
The PAC and the pilot must comply with the conditions mentioned in Schedule 1.
Schedule 1 Conditions
1 The PAC and the pilot must ensure that the car and aeroplane race is conducted in accordance with the details set out in the air display program approved by CASA for the Air Show.
2 The pilot must comply with CAO 29.4, other than paragraph 4.2 (2) (Manoeuvring Limitations).
3 The pilot must ensure that:
(a) operation of the aeroplane at less than 200 metres horizontal distance from spectators is to the minimum extent necessary for the conduct of the race; and
(b) the flight path of the aircraft is not to the east of runway 17/35.