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.
The worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX series following the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 disaster raises questions about the future of the young aircraft model.
Basic Aviation Risk Standard audits (BARS audits) are critical for companies and organisations that use aviation support in their operations.
This month we remember Concorde's first flight fifty years ago, when it lifted off and showed the word supersonic flight was real.
Government agencies are employing drone hunting technology to enhance safety and security at international airports.
Two Australian airports have received high accolades for environmental sustainability as part of the 2019 Green Airports Recognition.
The Productivity Commission argues that while on the whole Sydney Airport efficiency is strong, current regulations are “unnecessarily restrictive”.
Avlaw Aviation Consulting Director Amin Hamzavian discusses how Australia's airports and property developers can keep the airspace safe while ensuring metropolitan growth.