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RAAus appoints New CEO as Part 149 granted

In a big week for Recreational Aviation Australia in November, experienced aviation administrator Matt Boutell was appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer and CASA granted the organisation their CASR Part 149 operator’s certificate.

Both events mean a new path forward for RAAus.

“With Matt coming on board to guide our team we will be well positioned to lead RAAus into some great new opportunities,” RAAus chairman Michael Monck said. “We’ve

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