Qantas will return to Fiji for the first time in nearly two decades when it begins nonstop flights between Sydney and Nadi from March 31 2019.
This story from Australian Aviation’s December 2018 edition considers the issues of noise, curfew and take off weights for Australia’s business jet sector.
Royal Brunei Airlines is adding a second Australia destination from June 2019 when it resumes nonstop flights to Brisbane.
Emirates is dropping Sydney-Bangkok-Dubai flights and reducing Perth-Dubai to daily from 11 flights a week due to changes in “market dynamics”.
Indonesian investigators have recovered the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) of the Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX 8 that crashed in late October 2018.
Airbus says its A220 regional jet has received approval from regulators in Canada to operate long-range flights, including over-water routes.
Hard rocker, Spitfire pilot, aerobatic champion, aviation museum benefactor, businessman and philanthropist, David Lowy is a pilot with a difference.
Air New Zealand has announced extra flights to bring Kiwi cricket fans to Melbourne for this year’s Boxing Day test match at the MCG.
This week’s Throwback Thursday feature looks at VFA-122, the US Navy squadron which trained the initial cadre of RAAF Super Hornet aircrews.
The world’s dominant airliner manufacturers Airbus and Boeing have both separately recorded another record year for commercial airliner deliveries.
Boeing has shown for the first time a new transonic truss-braced wing (TTBW) airliner concept which it says would fly higher and faster than previous ultra-efficient airliner concepts.
Qantas has sought regulatory approval for Cathay Pacific to codeshare on its flights between Australia and Hong Kong.
Cirrus has revealed details of its new Generation 2 Vision Jet.
The Boeing 777 has surpassed 2,000 orders, making it the biggest selling widebody airliner ever. The milestone was passed in December with an order for 17 777s from BOC Aviation and…
Rolls-Royce is developing what it says will be the world’s fastest electric aircraft.
Airbus now holds more than 500 firm orders for its A220 narrowbody twin after inking separate deals with JetBlue and a US start-up led by JetBlue founder David Neeleman for 60 A220-300s each.
Tigerair Australia pilots have commenced protected industrial action, which the Australian Federation of Air Pilots (AFAP) union says could result in flight cancellations and disruptions.
Perhaps the 777X can be described as the art of perfection – the perfect combination of reliable systems and the best of proven new technology.
RMIT has teamed with Adelaide’s Hartwig Air to offer a new pilot training pathway in South Australia.
The Outback Air Race 2018 took competitors from Brisbane to Broome.