This story looks at Australia’s relationship with Embraer that began 40 years ago when Jack and Tony Masling’s first EMB-110 Bandeirante arrived Down Under.
The long-haul, low-cost carrier has been an Australasian and Asia Pacific success story, as a region with exploding travel demand meets the needs of a widening range of passengers with new generations of aircraft – plus new takes on what an airline is, and how to run it
Five years after it started, Pacific Blue had grown from a small New Zealand-based adjunct to Virgin Blue’s domestic Australian services to become a major growth vehicle for the Virgin Blue Group.
This Throwback Thursday article on commercial air refuelling service Omega written by Andrew McLaughlin first appeared in the September 2013 magazine edition of Australian Aviation.
This feature from the October 2018 magazine edition of Australian Aviation is the story of a search and rescue mission carried out by an RAAF Orion in 2011.