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.
Recent Melbourne City Council turmoil reveals the importance of conducting proper airspace assessments.
An Australian wind farm has employed a radar-activated aircraft detection lighting system to assist aeroplanes approaching it.
The Australian Senate is currently debating the Civil Aviation Amendment Bill 2019, which presents a small but significant change to the Civil Aviation Act 1988 (Cth).
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority conducted an audit of Regional Express (Rex) Airlines, concluding that there are no safety issues with its aircraft.
The ATSB has issued a Safety Advisory Notice to training organisations, requiring them to check whether their training aircraft are suitably equipped to handle intentional spinning.
The Boeing 737 Max crisis has raised several aviation legal issues and has led to significant amounts of litigation. We take a look at some of these issues.
A deadly helicopter crash in New York raises concerns over aviation safety in urban airspace. Can there be safe air navigation in the urban jungle?
Uber is embracing aviation, creating the ‘Uber Air Taxi’ which is set for a trial in Melbourne.