Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has launched two additional safety audits of Qantas and asked the airline to devise an action plan aimed at improving its maintenance management. One of the “new” audits will examine the effectiveness of Qantas’ maintenance system in managing and implementing airworthiness directives. CASA’s aim here is to ensure that programs outlined in the directives are actually in place on the aircraft. The audit is expected to take three weeks to ...

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