The Civil Aviation Historical Society exists to safeguard the historical backdrop of the Department of Civil Aviation, its antecedents and successors. The Society holds bi-month to month gatherings with visitor speakers at the Museum and guests are welcome. Film Nights, highlighting movies from the CAHS chronicles, in addition to a yearly Open Day are included on the year's project.
The Society additionally keeps up a file of photos, reports, distributions and movies. The document is interested in scientists by arrangement. Full enrollment of the Society is interested in present and previous representatives of the DCA, its forerunners and successors. Partner enrollment is interested in all other individuals with an enthusiasm for aeronautics history.
The association built up to control the Act and Regulations was the Civil Aviation Branch of the Department of Defense. This association developed and advanced after some time, changing its name and capacity en route. In 1938 the association turned into a Government Department in its own particular right, the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA).
From 1973 onwards, DCA started a progression of changes that saw it amalgamated with other Government Departments and parts split away to frame other, free associations. Despite what it was called at a specific point in time, for convenience this site utilizes the expression "the Department" to recognize all branches and cycles of the association in a bland sense unless a particular hierarchical name is cited. Click here to see a rundown of hierarchical acronyms utilized on this site.
The Department had an extensive variety of forces to direct affable flight. We are consistently adding to this a player in our site and you can discover more about the different exercises of the Department, and related parts of common avionics in Australia, by tapping on the pictures on this page.Read More»