News & Industry Affairs / AASA policies & regulations
- AASA's mandate
AASA is mandated to represent its Members on all issues related to the development of policy and regulations impacting airline business and operations.
AASA is recognised by government, public and private stakeholders as the representative airline association in the states of its Member Airlines.
In respect of proposed new policy, legislation and regulations, AASA plays the leading role in coordinating the consultation and provision of feedback, comment and response on these proposals.
AASA is represented on statutory forums and Committees where these are constituted to facilitate the consultation process. Read more...
- July 2017 Aerospace Chamber TETA DOT Meeting feedback
July 4, 2017. The DOT reported on the sectoral frameworks under developments and initiatives underway. Download the Aerospace Chamber: Department of Transport's Report for the Chamber Committee Meeting held on Tuesday, 4 July 2017.
Transport Education Training Authority (TETA) is at the heart of skills innovation and training in the transport sector. TETA also governs the skills development for the aerospace sector. Download the Aerospace Chamber's Sector Skills Plan (SSP) presentation from the Chamber Committee Meeting. Read more about TETA and this meeting here...
- 2017 Aviation Policy & Airport Development white paper
More private funding envisaged for local airports. White paper into aviation policy and airport development seeks to raise funds and considers merging regulators that impose tariffs on passengers and airlines.
February 23, 2017. Business Day by Karl Gernetsky. The long-awaited white paper into aviation policy and airport development seeks greater private-sector financing on airport infrastructure and also aims to integrate the sector’s operations. Read the Business Day article here online...