The Defence Aviation Safety Regulation (DASR) was introduced in 2016 and replaced the Military Operational and Technical Airworthiness Regulations. DASR align with the European Military Airworthiness System which is an emerging convention.
In accordance with Joint Directive 24/2016 The Defence Aviation Safety Framework PDF-237KB, the Defence Aviation Safety Authority (DASA) is responsible for enhancing and promoting the safety of military aviation.
Joint Directive 04/2018 PDF-326KB has now been released which extends the validity of Joint Directive 24/2016 to 31 December 2021.
Information about the evolution of the current aviation regulations to DASR and the implementation and progress are detailed in the following links:
Note: Information relating to DASR training and education is located on the DASA Presentations Web Page.