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”.
Airbus has announced that it will scale down Airbus A380 production, with the final of its flagship jumbo to be delivered in 2021.
An aviation specialist witness has testified against a pilot who crashed during a UK air show display, killing 11 people.
The U.S. Government shutdown is starting to have an effect on the airline industry in the United States.
Passengers were left stranded for fourteen hours inside a United Airlines aircraft as the weather dropped into subzero temperatures.
Numerous measles warnings have recently been issued by health authorities to travelers flying certain airlines, as persons carrying the contagious disease have been arriving in Australia.
Tigerair pilots have commenced industrial action, planned to last from 4-9 January and 11-18 January.