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An ATSB investigation concluded that crew onboard the aircraft noticed a fuel imbalance but misdiagnosed the cause of the problem.

Jake and Adam discuss what it means for the Flying Kangaroo and whether this is just the start of more delays to badly needed new aircraft.

The Queensland-based aeromedical organisation is expanding its AW139 fleet to 16, with three other rotary and four fixed-wing aircraft also in its stable. The AW139s will be used to provide emergency medical services as well as search and rescue response missions.

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C-FLKC and C-FLHI have been renamed ‘Matilda’ and ‘Bruce’ respectively, and will be re-registered under Australian numbers as their Canadian crews go home. They will become the fifth and sixth proper members of the Bonza fleet, servicing the low-cost carrier’s Gold Coast base.

The NSW District Court ordered the airline pay Theo Seremetidis $6,000 for economic loss and $15,000 for non-economic loss. It comes after Qantas was found guilty of unlawfully standing down Mr Seremetidis for a direction he gave to staff to cease cleaning aircrafts which had landed from COVID-19 “hotspots”.

The extension, expected to commence shortly and complete by mid-2025, will add 1,700 long-term parking spaces to the current P2 carpark, removing the existing 30-minute parking area and spaces for vehicles over 2.4 metres in height. Solar panels will also be added to the carpark’s roof.

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