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CASR Part 175 – Aeronautical information management

Current rule

CASR Part 175 establishes a regulatory framework for the management of aeronautical information based on the internationally endorsed standards and recommended practices in Annex 15 'Aeronautical Information Services' to the Chicago Convention. Part 175 allows CASA to approve AIS providers and data service providers. Additionally, data service providers can be approved to publish aeronautical data and aeronautical information that can be used instead of the AIP, or be approved to supply aeronautical data for air navigation databases.

Who Part 175 affects

  • Airservices Australia
  • Publishers of aeronautical information products
  • Suppliers of aeronautical data for air navigation databases
  • Aerodrome operators
  • Department of Defence
  • Geoscience Australia
  • Bureau of Meteorology
  • Organisations that own, control or operate an object or structure
  • Commonwealth, State, Territory or local government authorities
  • Airlines
  • Aircraft operators
  • Pilots


Current regulation

Civil Aviation Legislation Amendment (Part 175) Regulation 2014 was made on 18 September 2014. The ComLaw page for this regulation amendment includes an Explanatory Statement that describes the nature and impact of the amendment.

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Implementation and transition

CASR Part 175 was made on 18 September 2014 and commences on 5 March 2015. Transition and implementation information can be viewed on the Part 175 information page.

Part 175 history

The Part 175 history includes project and consultation activities conducted in relation to Part 175.

Contact details

Email: Roy Tuomela - Manager ATMS Standards, Standards Division

SCC: Airspace and Infrastructure Users Group Sub-committee.