Recommendations

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Closed Date

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Number Recommendation Status Made Closed Recipient Inquiry
014/12 Aviation Requires non-precision approaches at Queenstown to be re-evaluated to determine whether any rule exemptions or procedural requirements are necessary… Closed CAA AO-2010-007
016/12 Aviation Requires Airways and the operator of Queenstown Aerodrome to install a system that provides controllers with real-time observation of the weather… Closed CAA AO-2010-007
001/12 Aviation (a) conduct an urgent check of all maintenance organisations and licensed engineers approved to maintain hot-air balloons to ensure that their… Closed CAA AO-2012-001
029/11 Rail The profile (specifically the rate of change in gradient) of the Beach Road level crossing at Paekakariki on the State Highway 1 side has been formed… Closed NZTA RO-2011-104
030/11 Rail The distance between the compulsory stop line and the rail corridor at the Beach Road level crossing at Paekakariki is 10.5 m. The bus involved in… Closed NZTA RO-2011-104
022/11 Aviation The descriptions and requirements for the standard overhead circuit joining procedure that are published in the Civil Aviation Rules, the… Closed CAA AO-2010-005
020/11 Aviation The aviation community, including the regulator, Airways, aerodrome operators and aircraft operators, does not have a consistent approach to reducing… Closed CAA AO-2010-005
023/11 Aviation In controlled airspace where separation is not provided between aircraft operating under VFR, a VFR aircraft that is instructed to follow another… Closed CAA AO-2010-005
021/11 Aviation ATC, having cleared an aircraft to make a non-standard circuit, is not prevented from concurrently clearing a following aircraft to join the circuit… Closed CAA AO-2010-005
024/11 Aviation The present voluntary and informal nature of aerodrome user groups restricts their potential for improving operational safety at aerodromes. Closed CAA AO-2010-005

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