The global airline industry will need around 804,000 new civil aviation pilots in commercial and business aviation and for civil helicopters over the next 20 years.
Emirates president Sir Tim Clark says he is convinced the future for airlines was in developing synthetic fuels, Denise McNabb writes from Dubai.
While there were record crowds and spectacular flying displays at the recently concluded Dubai Airshow, there were fewer commercial aircraft…
When an innovative New Zealand company develops a cutting-edge aerial camera system a stone’s throw from an airport where a…
A Tigerair Australia Boeing 737-800 took off unpressurised after pilots incorrectly configured the cabin’s air conditioning system prior to takeoff, an investigation has found.
Air New Zealand has reported a 30 per cent decline in net profit for 2018/19 amid what the company described as a lower growth environment.
This story by Denise McNabb from the July 2019 edition of Australian Aviation looks at the long-haul ambitions of Air New Zealand with the Boeing 787.
Melbourne has been chosen as the first pilot market outside the United States for Uber Air flying taxis, joining Dallas and Los Angeles.
A look at the challenges of landing at Queenstown Airport, which is regularly featured in the top 10 list of the world’s most stunning airport approaches.
Restrictive rules placed on New Zealand’s colour vision deficient pilots will end from 31 May, ending six years of campaigning by pilots and the industry.
The New Zealand TAIC has issued its final report into a Jetstar Airbus A320 that flew below a minimum safe altitude before landing at Christchurch in 2017.
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.
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.
Searidge Technologies will build a digital control tower prototype for Airservices Australia to trial at Sydney Airport for possible contingency use.
Based on the Air New Zealand annual shareholder meeting, it appears the travelling public’s confidence in aircraft and engine manufacturing has been somewhat shaken in light of recent events.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, Denise McNabb writes about listening to that historic moment in a New Zealand school classroom .
Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon was in a New York state of mind when announcing the airline’s Boeing 787-10 order in Auckland on Monday.
The blowtorch was turned on Boeing at its annual general meeting on Monday (US time) after details emerged over the…
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.