A current dispute occurring in India highlights the importance of communication between aviation authorities, building developers and owners.
In late June, the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) took the step of endorsing the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA).
Watch the latest video of our director Amin Hamzavian speaking on aviation and building heights at the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) 2017 Conference.
AvLaw Consulting is proud to announce that our Founding Director, Professor Ron Bartsch, has released his newest edition of International Aviation Law: A Practical Guide.
A recent ATSB investigation highlights the importance of safety management-based approaches in assessing applications for buildings that may affect air safety.
We are one step closer to getting self-driving cars, with technology currently installed in drones playing a role in making our cars smarter.
We visited Wings Over Illawarra 2018 over the weekend, the amazing air show run at Illawarra’s Regional Airport annually. Here is our review.
At 32,500 feet up in the sky, the engine of a Southwest Airline plane 1380 failed.
Flight data recorders have a fascinating history, and have come a long way since they were first introduced.
After eight years of construction and delays, a sea bridge stretching from Hong Kong to Macau is finally set to open near Hong Kong International Airport.