In ten years, it’s likely that we’ll look back on the passenger experience of 2020 in the same way that 2010 feels like something of a distant memory: a time where we flew without movies on widescreen smartphones, and when the iPad, so disruptive to the world of inflight entertainment, hadn’t even been invented yet.
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.
This story comes from the June 2019 edition of Australian Aviation, when we sat down with Kestrel Aviation to discuss how the influence of climate change has grown year by year to produce what is one of the few true growth ‘industries” in the helicopter sector: fighting fires.
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This story by Kathryn Breakwell about plans from Uber to conduct trials in Melbourne first appeared in the October 2019 edition of Australian Aviation.
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This story from the Australian Aviation archives about how Brisbane Airport handled the 2014 G20 summit is from the January/February 2015 edition.
This story from the Australian Aviation archives is from October 2011, when Thierry Moïsse wrote about aviation’s role in broadcasting the Tour de France.