Australian Warbirds Association Limited (AWAL) is the administering body for LIMITED category aircraft operations in Australia. Through delegations granted by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) under Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR) Part 132, AWAL issues Certificates of Airworthiness, oversees maintenance systems, provides safety guidance, approves and oversees adventure flight operations and facilitates Permit Index assessments. In addition, the Association offers an opportunity for aviation enthusiasts to join our community and participate in its ongoing growth.
AWAL was incorporated in 1989 as a not-for-profit company with the intention of connecting all those with a passion for ex-military aircraft, including owners, operators, maintainers, restorers, historians, and enthusiasts. Over the years, many friendships have been formed through shared efforts to promote and preserve Australia's military aviation history and heritage.
The AWAL Constitution can be downloaded in PDF format here: AWAL Constitution
The latest version of the AWAL ESAM can be downloaded in PDF format here: AWAL ESAM
The AWAL Code of Conduct can be downloaded in PDF format here: AWAL Code of Conduct & Ethics
Refer Corporations Act 2001 for the basis of our policy outlined below:
Whenever AWAL collect personal information from members it will be carried out in a lawful and fair way. Members can contact the association’s leadership to discuss any concerns they might have in this regard.
AWAL will only disclose personal information in accordance with the Act. This means that it will be disclosed if:
In accordance with the Act, any communications to members will contain an opportunity to opt out.
AWAL will take reasonable steps to ensure that any information that is collected, used and disclosed is accurate, complete and up-to-date.
AWAL is committed to protecting your privacy and will take reasonable steps to ensure that the information collected is protected from loss and misuse and from unauthorised access, modification and disclosure.
Members can access their personal information upon request. However, there are occasions when such access may be denied under the exemptions contained in the Act.
This policy is available to members upon request. It will be reviewed by AWAL management from time to time and any amendments will be included in the updated policy.
Additional contact information is available on the Contacts page of this web site.