New pilot medical regulations from Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority has given rise to a new debate over a perceived inconsistency in the rules.
Long before the first Qantas A380 touched down on Australian soil, its crews were well versed in the ways of the massive Airbus flagship.
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This week’s Throwback Thursday is from January/February 2013 and features the Brumby 610 Evolution, an aircraft that bridges the Light Sport Aircraft and General Aviation gap in Australia.
Looking back on half a century of caring from the NSW Ambulance service and its shift from the Queen Air to the King Air over time.
Australian company Seeing Machines is literally examining how we look at flying.