Concerns around cracks in pickle forks in Qantas aircraft have people asking: what exactly is a pickle fork?
The Airbus A350-1000 has been announced as the aircraft manufacturer's prime contender for Qantas' Project Sunrise initiative.
In an interesting recent case study, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority has objected to the proposal of constructing an open-cycle gas turbine at the Tallawarra power station near Wollongong.
ICAO hosted its very first Innovation Fair in September 2019. Take a look at some of the highlights.
The role of an aviation expert witness may be vital in aviation-related litigation, whether the matter concerns the manufacture and design of an aircraft or the behaviour of a pilot during flight.
The Basic Aviation Risk Standard (BARS) program is an internationally recognised auditing program introduced by the Flight Safety Foundation.
Anglers and hunters may be surprised to discover whether or not you can use a drone for hunting or fishing in Australia.
The ATSB is the subject of a new Senate Inquiry, which will investigate the safety bureau's report of a 2017 Angel Flight crash.
There's no telling for sure when the Boeing 737 Max will fly again, but could the aircraft possibly be in the air by the end of 2019?
From late 2019, new CASA drone registration and accreditation rules will come into effect as regulation over remotely piloted aircraft systems tighten.