231189 https://www.airlaw.co.nz en-nz Air Law NZ 30 AMC Legal nominee finalist in NZ Law Awards - Boutique Law Firm of the year - vote now! https://www.airlaw.co.nz/blog/501817 AMC Legal is a finalist in the Ninth Annual NZ Law Awards 2013 in the following category: “Premium Awards - Campbell MacPherson Ltd Boutique Law Firm of the Year”. To vote, visit www.lawawards.co.nz. Voting closes 3 October 2013. 039, 28 Sep 2013 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.airlaw.co.nz/blog/501817 CAA consulting on new colour vision deficiency testing standards https://www.airlaw.co.nz/blog/490212 The CAA is currently consulting on an updated General Direction notice for colour vision deficiency testing standards, which will become mandatory once finalised. Consultation is open until 28 August 2013. Visit www.caa.govt.nz/what's new for more information 027, 5 Jul 2013 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.airlaw.co.nz/blog/490212 MOT seeking feedback on Civil Aviation Act Review https://www.airlaw.co.nz/blog/489714 The Civil Aviation Act is undergoing its first full substantive review since enactment in 1990, and MOT are seeking feedback from industry on possible areas for legislative change by the end of August 2013. Click on the link below for more information and to find out how to contribute your feedback. 027, 2 Jul 2013 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.airlaw.co.nz/blog/489714 Part 139 - second NPRM to be released for further consultation https://www.airlaw.co.nz/blog/489713 The CAA has released its Summary of Submissions on the NPRM for Part 139 (link below). The three new levels of certification will proceed, but with changes. The proposals for ATS and aeronautical studies will also undergo substantive re-drafting. A new NPRM is expected in the next two months. 027, 1 Jul 2013 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.airlaw.co.nz/blog/489713 Part 139 NPRM has significant implications for uncertified and uncontrolled aerodromes https://www.airlaw.co.nz/blog/340718 The CAA has now published the long awaited Part 139 NPRM, which will result in significant changes and costs for many uncertified and uncontrolled aerodromes if enacted. Refer to the link below, and my article in the April edition of Aviation News for more info. 014, 4 Apr 2012 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.airlaw.co.nz/blog/340718 NZALPA v CAA - random searching of pilot criminal records ruled unlawful https://www.airlaw.co.nz/blog/368468 In what we would describe as an "own goal", the High Court has ruled that the CAA's current approach to random searching of pilot criminal conviction records is unlawful. The judgement is attached here. 030, 20 Jul 2011 00:00:00 +1200 https://www.airlaw.co.nz/blog/368468