New Zealand's transportation investigation commission (TAIC) found that whilst approaching Christchurch, a Jetstar A320 descended below the regulated altitude for a segment of the arrival procedure.
Pilot fatigue from Sydney to London may be an obstacle for Qantas as it works prepares to purchase planes for its 23-hour international flight.
Following aviation expert witness testimony, a UK pilot was found guilty of violating aviation laws after overloading his aircraft.
Drone home delivery is now a reality as Australian and U.S. aviation authorities approved Wing Aviation's use of unmanned aircraft over certain suburbs at particular times.
The largest plane in the world, built for U.S.-based transport venture Stratolaunch, has taken to the skies for the first time.
CASA has released a summary of the results from a drone operations consultation performed regarding a proposed Manual of Standards.
AvLaw Managing Director Amin Hamzavian was interviewed by Property Australia on airspace assessment and restrictions when developing property.
Imagine enjoying a flight, when the plane lands in the wrong country. That happened on British Airways, when a flight landed in Scotland instead of Germany.
An ATSB bird strike report released this month shows that bird strikes are surprisingly common, with over 16,000 occurring between 2008 and 2017.
The FAA's approval of the 737 Max 8 aircraft, which crashed twice leaving hundreds killed, has brought the aviation regulator under scrutiny.