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Seamless Skies

February 11, 2020 0 comment

This feature from the February 2020 edition of Australian Aviation explores how Seamless Skies would bring harmonisation to air traffic management, create efficient flows along the region’s airways and save tens of millions of dollars in costly fuel.

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One of Asia's biggest low-cost carriers. The AirAsia lineup at Kuala Lumpur. (Rob Finlayson)

Fire and ice as low-cost carriers battle in the Asia Pacific

September 28, 2019 1 comment

This story by Tom Ballantyne on the operating environment for low-cost carriers in Asia first appeared in the August 2019 edition of Australian Aviation.

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Qantas 747-400 VH-OJA. (Boeing)

From the archives: Longreach: Qantas Boeing 747 VH-OJA’s record flight

August 17, 2019 5 comment

This story from Australian Aviation’s archives is from 2015, when Tom Ballantyne wrote about being on Qantas’s record making London-Sydney flight in 1989.

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Flight test for the MC-21-300, the larger of the two MC-21 variants, designed to carry between 163 and 211 passengers. (Irkut)

China and Russia challenging the commercial aircraft incumbents

June 29, 2019 6 comment

Tom Ballantyne writes about the challenge coming from China and Russia in the commercial aircraft market in the June 2019 edition of Australian Aviation.

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One of the 787 simulators rolled out in Beijing, Singapore and Shanghai as part of a global training commitment. (Boeing)

Pilot training: problems and solutions

April 6, 2019 3 comment

This story by Tom Ballantyne from the March 2019 edition of Australian Aviation looks at the pilot training challenges facing the aviation industry.

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Airbus intends to deliver 60 A320 family aircraft a month by the middle of 2019. (Airbus)

Fantastic beasts: the Pratt and Whitney GTF engine

January 26, 2019 4 comment

This Australian Aviation feature from Tom Ballantyne looks at the where to next for Pratt and Whitney’s geared turbofan engine.

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