A Coronavirus epidemic has broken out in China, quickly spreading to many countries around the world. The virus is having a significant impact on the aviation industry, especially since numerous airlines have suspended flights to and from China.
We are pleased that the Basic Aviation Risk Standard (BARS) has been recognised in the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO)’s Global Aviation Safety Program (GASP) 2020-2022.
The Ukrainian Airlines plane crash over Iran, where the Iranian military ‘unintentionally’ shot down a Ukrainian civilian airliner, has shocked the world. We’ve recounted what you need to know about the incident.
The ATSB has released its report on a significant near-miss at Sydney Airport, where two full Qantas planes nearly collided with one another.
We've now entered the new year. It's time to reflect on the past twelve months and observe key events which shaped global aviation in 2019.
Turbulence is certainly one of the most horrifying experiences in everyone's lives, but is it really dangerous and a reason to avoid flying?
Helipads can be useful for private and business purposes as well as emergencies but how do you build one and who is allowed to own a helipad?
Pilots of Jetstar are planning to take industrial action this Christmas. Such a possibility threatens to cause chaos for many Australians as their plans for the holidays are disrupted.
Concerns around cracks in pickle forks in Qantas aircraft have people asking: what exactly is a pickle fork?
If you work in the construction industry as a developer, builder, architect or crane operator and have worked on a high-rise project, chances are you may be familiar with the term “OLS”.