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CASA 73/17 Directions/Civil Aviation as amended, taking into account amendments up to CASA 33/22 — Interception of Civil Aircraft (CASA 73/17) Amendment Instrument 2022
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Registered 05 Aug 2022
Start Date 29 Jul 2022
To be repealed 31 Jul 2025
Repealed by Self Repealing

CASA 73/17 — Civil Aircraft in Australian Territory (Interception) Direction 2017

as amended

made under regulation 11.245 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998.

This compilation was prepared on 29 July 2022 taking into account amendments up to CASA 33/22 — Interception of Civil Aircraft (CASA 73/17) Amendment Instrument 2022. It is a compilation of CASA 73/17 — Civil Aircraft in Australian Territory (Interception) Direction 2017, as amended and in force on 29 July 2022.

Prepared by the Advisory & Drafting Branch, Legal, International & Regulatory Affairs Division, Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Canberra.

Compilation No. 1.

1A       Name

                 This instrument is CASA 73/17 — Civil Aircraft in Australian Territory (Interception) Direction 2017.

1          Duration

                 This instrument:

(b)   is repealed at the end of 31 July 2025.

2          Definitions

Note   In this instrument, certain terms and expressions have the same meaning as they have in the Civil Aviation Act 1988 and the regulations. These include: AOC, foreign air transport AOC and foreign registered aircraft.

                 In this instrument:

ICAO Annex 2 means Annex 2 to the Chicago Convention, as in force from time to time.

3          Application

                 This instrument applies to the pilot in command of an aircraft for a flight if:

(a)   the aircraft is:

             (i)  a foreign registered aircraft that is operating in Australian territory under a foreign air transport AOC; or

            (ii)  a foreign registered aircraft that is operating in Australian territory under a New Zealand AOC with ANZA privileges that is in force for Australia; and

(b)   the aircraft is intercepted by another aircraft during the flight.

Note   Regulation 91.695 of CASR (Interception of aircraft) applies in relation to other civil aircraft flying in Australian territory. The pilot in command of such an aircraft must comply with interception procedures under Chapter 23 of the Part 91 Manual of Standards.

4          Directions

                 The pilot in command must comply with the applicable procedures for the pilot in command of an intercepted aircraft as set out in:

(a)   ICAO Annex 2 – Appendix 1 – Signals – Section 2 – Signals for use in the event of interception; and

(b)   ICAO Annex 2 – Appendix 2 – Interception of Civil Aircraft, Attachment A – Interception of Civil Aircraft.

Note to CASA 73/17 — Civil Aircraft in Australian Territory (Interception) Direction 2017

CASA 73/17 — Civil Aircraft in Australian Territory (Interception) Direction 2017) as shown in this compilation comprises CASA 73/17 — Civil Aircraft in Australian Territory (Interception) Direction 2017) amended as indicated in the Tables below.

Table of Orders

Year and
number

Date of registration on FRL

Date of
commencement

Application, saving or transitional provisions

CASA 73/17 -
Direction — interception of civil aircraft in Australian territory

07 August 2017
(see
F2017L00999)

8 August 2017 (see para. 1(a))

CASA 33/22 — Interception of Civil Aircraft (CASA 73/17) Amendment Instrument 2022

29 July 2022
(see F2022L01015)

29 July 2022 (see s. 2)

 

 



Table of Amendments

ad. = added or inserted     am. = amended     rep. = repealed     rs. = repealed and substituted

Provision affected

How affected

Instrument name

s. 1A

para. 1(a)

para. 1(b)

s. 2

s. 3

s. 4

rs F2022L01015

ad. F2022L01015

rep. Legislation Act 2003, s 48D

am F2022L01015

am F2022L01015

am F2022L01015

rs. F2022L01015