This week’s feature from the Australian Aviation archives comes from April 2012, when Ellis Taylor wrote about the collapse of the fledging Air Australia.
This feature story from the March 2019 edition of Australian Aviation by Gerard Frawley looks at advancements in the EA-18G Growler capabilities.
Qantas says it will add a third Japanese city to its international network in December when it begins seasonal nonstop flights between Sydney and Sapporo.
Canberra Airport is extending one of its taxiways to streamline arrivals and make it safer for aircraft to move about on the airfield.
Malindo Air has added a fourth destination in Australia following the arrival of the Malaysia-based carrier’s inaugural service to Adelaide.
A US Federal Aviation Administration draft report says the training aspects of Boeing’s proposed 737 MAX software update are “operationally suitable”.
Airports Council International (ACI) has passed a resolution calling on law enforcement and regulators to work with industry on anti-drone measures.
Australia has chosen Air New Zealand as its most reputable company for the third consecutive year, the Australian Corporate Reputation Index shows.
Embraer’s E195-E2 regional jet has been certified by regulators in three jurisdictions, paving the way for deliveries to launch customer Azul to begin.
Air travel technology provider SITA says travellers are increasingly turning to online and mobile services for every stage of the journey.
Stratolaunch, the world’s largest passenger aircraft and brainchild of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, has completed its first flight.
Airbus has confirmed plans to build a sixth BelugaXL, an increase of one aircraft from the five over-size transport aircraft in its original plans.
Passenger demand slowed in February amid global economic jitters and uncertainty over the United Kingdom’s European Union exit, new figures show.
Airborne Research Australia has received a $100,000 donation from the Hackett Foundation to continue its work collecting data of the earth’s atmostphere.
This feature story from the March 2019 edition of Australian Aviation by John Walton looks at the 50-year history of the Queen of the Skies, the Boeing 747.
A number of Friday evening flights into and out of Queenstown Airport have been cancelled or rescheduled because of too many unwell air traffic controllers.
Boeing has made 96 flights totaling a little over 159 hours testing a software update for the 737 MAX’s anti-stall feature, chief executive Dennis Muilenburg says.
Guillaume Faury has officially taken his seat as chief executive of Airbus following the aerospace giant’s annual general meeting (AGM) in Amsterdam.
Gulfstream’s G650ER has flown the longest nonstop business jet flight by distance and shattered a short-lived speed record of rival Bombardier’s Global 7500.
Air New Zealand says eight Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 TEN engines for its 13 Boeing 787-9s will be inspected sooner than anticipated due to durability issues.
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