The blowtorch was turned on Boeing at its annual general meeting on Monday (US time) after details emerged over the weekend about the deactivation of an optional safety feature on…
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Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has joined a team of international authorities and other aviation experts who will begin a detailed review of certification of the Boeing 737 MAX’s automated flight control system.
A Cessna 172M ran out of fuel and made a forced landing into scrubland because the pilot hadn’t realised new wings had reduced fuel capacity, the ATSB says.
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This story from the January/February 2019 edition of Australian Aviation by Denise McNabb looks at the plight of flightseeing operators in New Zealand’s Milford Sound.
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.