AA’s top 20 – what you read on australianaviation.com.au in 2018

written by australianaviation.com.au | January 1, 2019
Of our top 20 stories in 2018, 13 featured Qantas. (Seth Jaworski)

Australian Aviation enjoyed record reader numbers and engagement on our website in 2018.

In a year when Qantas launched nonstop Perth-London flights with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the RAAF’s first F-35s to be based in Australia arrived home, the pilot shortage saw Qantas and Virgin Australia launch pilot academies, and Australia’s airports and airlines engaged in a robust debate over airport charges, these are the top 20 most read stories on australianaviation.com.au in 2018:

We hope you enjoyed reading our content on australianaviation.com.au in 2018. Let us know in the comments below what you enjoyed reading about in 2018, and what you would like to read about in 2019.

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