In an era of combined business and leisure travel, Virgin Australia has rolled out inflight Wi-Fi to its international 777-300ER fleet.
With the rising use of drones many issues will arise to safely and efficiently accommodate this very different type of airspace user.
The ATSB has opened an investigation into a depressurisation incident on board a Qantas Freight 737 freighter that led to one of the pilots becoming incapacitated.
Aviation industry veteran Tony Mathews has been appointed the new chairman of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) for a three-year term.
Qantas took delivery of its first Boeing 747 on August 16 1971, which means the type has been in the airline’s fleet for 47 years.
Cebu Pacific has added a second Australian port to its growing international network with the start on nonstop flights to Melbourne Tullamarine.
Adelaide Airport has commenced construction work on its $165 million terminal expansion project which is due to be completed by the end of 2021.
The preliminary report into the crash of a Convair 340 says video footage indicates the pilots did not follow the engine fire checklist when they discovered one engine had caught fire.
Australia’s major carriers Jetstar, Regional Express, Qantas and Virgin Australia have pledged to support farmers battling the drought.
Royal Brunei Airlines (RBA) has become the first operator of the Airbus A320neo into Australia after engine inspection requirements for its Boeing 787 fleet forced an equipment downgauge.
The RAAF’s KC-30A MRTT deployment to the Middle East under Operation Okra recently marked 100 million pounds of fuel offloaded.
The Seattle aircraft crash is expected to have implications for airport security and screening around the world, an aviation expert says.
Virgin Australia has appeared to lay the groundwork for its wholly-owned subsidiary Tigerair Australia unit to potentially resume international operations.
Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is seeking industry input on a new set of maintenance regulations for the general aviation sector.
Alliance Aviation Services will add nine more aircraft into the fleet in the year ahead amid increased activity in the resources sector more charter flying.
Cathay Pacific has reported a narrowing first half loss as higher fuel prices offset gains made from its transformation program and a pickup in passenger and cargo demand.
Pilot groups have criticised the federal government’s labour agreement with Qantas that allows the airline to bring in overseas pilots and instructors to support its training needs.
Reduced demand in Australia’s natural resources has contributed to a first half profit for United Kingdom-based aerospace and defence group Cobham Plc.
Melbourne Tullamarine is celebrating the best in customer service among the 20,000 people who work at the airport with its annual airport excellence awards.
There was a five per cent increase in general aviation aircraft shipments in the first six months of calendar 2018, new figures show.