Australia’s aviation regulator the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) says it is investigating the appearance of a drone at the final round of the Supercars Championship held in Newcastle.
Air New Zealand has cut its flying schedule over Christmas/New Year period due to required engine checks on its Boeing 787-9 fleet’s Rolls-Royce engines.
Qantas expects three Boeing 737-800s grounded due to cracks found in the “pickle fork” component to be repaired and back flying by the end of calendar 2019.
The ATSB has released its final report into a 2018 incident when a Virgin Australia Regional Airlines Airbus A320 took off with parts of its landing gear ground locks still attached.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has released its final report into a 2017 incident when a Jetstar Airbus A320 was returned to service with one engine’s thrust reverser deactivated because a pin was not removed during overnight maintenance.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau has released its final report into a 2017 crash into a SOCATA TB-10 Tobago operating an Angel Flight charity flight.
Regulators in Australia, the European Union and elsewhere have lifted a temporary grounding of the Australian-made GippsAero GA8 Airvan.
Papua New Guinea’s Accident Investigation Commission has released its final report into the 2018 crash of an Air Niugini Boeing 737-800 into a lagoon at Chuuk Airport.
A man who lost five members of his family in the Boeing 737 MAX 8 Ethiopian Airlines crash has called for changes in the way aircraft are certified.
The ATSB has released its final report into a November 8 2018 incident where a pilot fell asleep at the controls and overshot his intended destination.
Qantas says the proposed codeshare with Cathay Pacific could go ahead subject to a period of review to determine if any “hypothetical concerns” eventuated.
Australia’s International Air Services Commission (IASC) has knocked back Qantas’s application to forge a deeper codeshare arrangement with Cathay Pacific.
The ATSB has recommended EASA and ATR improve the ATR’s system design tolerance to inadvertent dual control inputs in response to a Virgin incident in 2014.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau has issued a safety advisory calling on operators to check whether their aircraft are approved for intentional spins.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has called for upper torso restraints (UTR) to be fitted to all light aircraft in response to the crash of a Cessna C172M that left one passenger dead.
The ATSB has commenced an investigation into a Regional Express in-flight engine shutdown on a flight from Moruya to Merimbula.
Regulators in Australia and the European Union have temporarily grounded the Australian-made GippsAero GA8 Airvan in response to a fatal crash involving the aircraft in Sweden.
Chief commissioner Greg Hood says the ATSB is entering its third decade well placed to meet the challenges from the changing face of transport.
Virgin Australia is seeking approval deepen its partnership with Virgin Atlantic on flights between Australia and the United Kingdom.
A New Zealand pilot who died along with six people when his helicopter crashed was not adequately trained for his role, an investigation has found.