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  • Drones, not human error, to blame for accidents

    Media26/08/2016 Researchers from RMIT in Melbourne have conducted a study into drone accidents, which has revealed interesting trends attributing accidents to the airworthiness of units rather than poor airmanship. The research found technical problems were the cause of 64 per cent... READ MORE
  • Lithium battery concerns re-emerge

    Media19/08/2016 An incident at Sydney Airport has again shone the light on the topic of lithium batteries and the safety concerns related to their carriage on aircraft. The incident occurred on board the aircraft while still on the ground, and saw... READ MORE
  • Are we going-around (in circles) again?

    Media11/08/2016 The aftermath from the Emirates B777 accident last week in Dubai raises questions that have been asked before, yet remain unanswered. Flight 521 was a scheduled international passenger flight operating on 3 August 2016 from Thiruvananthapuram, India, to Dubai, United... READ MORE
  • How aviation authorities impact on building heights

    Media01/08/2016 AvLaw's Group General Manager, Amin Hamzavian, has written a feature article in the recent Urban Ideas July 2016 issue about the impact of aviation authorities on building heights. The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) are... READ MORE
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