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Qantas has no plans to take delivery of further A380s. (Seth Jaworski)

Still the one? The 10 years of the A380 at Qantas

December 9, 2018 7 comment

Has the Airbus A380 lived up to the hype for Qantas over the past decade? Tom Ballantyne searches for an answer in this Australian Aviation feature.

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The Airbus A220-300 at Airbus's Toulouse headquarters. (Airbus)

Metamorphosis: C Series becomes the A220

October 13, 2018 0 comment

Questions remain over whether Airbus’s decision to take control of the former Bombardier C Series program is a mark of genius or a big risk.

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Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce with Qantas and student pilots at Wellcamp after announcing the airport as the venue for its pilot training academy in September 2018. (Qantas)

Wellcamp a “clear-cut” decision for Qantas pilot academy says Joyce

September 27, 2018 4 comment

“The best wins” says Alan Joyce of the choice for the first Qantas pilot academy site.

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Another Airbus A330 load of tourists touches down at Nadi. (Rob Finlayson)

Fiji Airways, the little airline with a big heart

July 14, 2018 9 comment

This article first appeared in the June 2018 edition of Australian Aviation. It’s the little airline with a big heart. In the South Pacific, where history suggests financial success for carriers is hard to come by, Fiji Airways has broken the mould with four years of consecutive record profits. And the future is looking just as

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Bombardier's C Series will now be known as the Airbus A220. (Airbus)

Airbus rebrands Bombardier’s C Series as A220

July 11, 2018 7 comment

  It’s official. The struggling Bombardier C Series regional jet is no more. This content is available exclusively to Australian Aviation members. LoginBecome a MemberTo continue reading the rest of this article, please login. Username or Email Address Password Keep me signed in on this device Forgot password? To unlock all Australian Aviation magazine content

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Tigerair Australia is switching from Airbus A320s to Boeing 737-800s. (Rob Finlayson)

Tigerair Australia signs new maintenance contract in Singapore

May 17, 2016 2 comment

Tigerair Australia has signed a two-year heavy maintenance contract for its Airbus A320 fleet with SIA Engineering Company Limited (SIAEC), with the work to be carried out by SIAEC and its joint venture company, SIA Engineering (Philippines) Corporation, at their facilities in Singapore and Clark, Philippines respectively. Tigerair Australia chief executive Rob Sharp told Australian Aviation the arrangement was

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