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Airspace Assessment Case Study: Melbourne City Council Development Approval through Flight Path

Recent Melbourne City Council turmoil reveals the importance of conducting proper airspace assessments.

By | May 30th, 2019|News|Comments Off on Airspace Assessment Case Study: Melbourne City Council Development Approval through Flight Path

Jetstar A320 approached Christchurch at an altitude too low

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.

By | May 19th, 2019|News|Comments Off on Jetstar A320 approached Christchurch at an altitude too low

Sydney to London Pilot Fatigue: Will Pilots and CASA Approve Qantas’ 23-Hour Route?

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.

By | May 16th, 2019|Avlaw Aviation Consulting in the News, News|Comments Off on Sydney to London Pilot Fatigue: Will Pilots and CASA Approve Qantas’ 23-Hour Route?

Drone Home Delivery Approval in Australia and the United States

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.

By | April 26th, 2019|News|Comments Off on Drone Home Delivery Approval in Australia and the United States