The British overseas territory of St. Helena made news this week with the opening of its brand new airport, which many have called the "world's most useless airport".
Avlaw Aviation Consulting has successfully advised Lendlease on two Barangaroo towers, which the Planning Assessment Commission have now approved.
Brisbane Airport is becoming a green airport, engaging in an initiative with Virgin Australia to fill planes with environmentally friendly biofuel.
Crane presence is a helpful indicator of infrastructure and construction sector health, and is useful in determining activity levels for airport construction.
Alternative airport transport start-up Jayride has received an $8 million capital investment by an international venture capital fund - the company now has the goal to become a market leader in the United States.
Tigerair Australia has announced its charming new social media platform featuring its friendly mascot Toby, who is now a Facebook Messenger chatbot.
The Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development is engaging in consultation on two Draft Guidelines forming part of the National Airports Safeguarding Framework (NASF).
Natural disasters present a major problem for airlines. Compelling footage released in April showed an Air New Zealand plane landing during a cyclone. With Hurricanes Harvey and Irma currently having devastating effects in the United States, how exactly must pilots and airlines deal with natural disasters?
After North Korea dropped an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on the location an Air France flight passed 10 minutes earlier, the airline appropriately expanded its no-fly zone over the rogue state.
In August, Sydney Airport released figures indicating its lowest growth in parking fee revenues in at least five years.