A brief history: 100 years of aerial police in NYC

January 23, 2023 0 comment

Hannah Dowling investigates the history of the NYPD aviation unit, from the first flight in 1919 – featuring two Curtiss bi-planes – to one of the world’s most potent and famous flying operations.

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Should we worry about Australia’s aerial firefighting assets?

January 23, 2023 0 comment

As fire seasons extend into the cooler months on both sides of the planet, Hannah Dowling questions what this means for our history of internationally-pooled resources and shared aircraft.

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A new horizon: preparing MRO operators for eVTOLS

October 26, 2022 0 comment

As Australia gears up to welcome its first eVTOLs as soon as 2026, Hannah Dowling investigates the challenges and opportunities of supporting and maintaining the next generation of aerial mobility.

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Bringing Air New Zealand’s 777s back to life, for now

October 26, 2022 0 comment

As Air New Zealand prepares to finally bring its fleet of Boeing 777s out of the Californian Desert, Hannah Dowling spills the details of the procedure and the fate of this soon-to-be retired flagship.

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Qantas engineers to perform one-minute work stoppages

August 12, 2022 0 comment

Engineers across the Qantas Group have voted overwhelmingly in favour of taking protected industrial action, including strike action, which could start as early as Monday.

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Alliance to offer new perks as overseas airlines poach pilots

August 11, 2022 3 comment

The airline has pledged to increase incentives to boost pilot retention, as well as increase recruitment and training efforts, after a number of its pilots left the airline to pursue roles overseas. 

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