Aviation is still a largely safe means of travel, but plane crash deaths unfortunately did rise in 2018.
Christmas has come early for Australia's competition and consumer law watchdog, who have notified Jetstar of a near $2 million fine for misleading customers.
The recent Lion Air plane disaster that killed 189 people has left the world shocked. How could a brand new airplane once again crash only a few minutes after taking off?
The new 2013 fatigue rules implemented by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) will apply to all air operators from 31 October 2018.
An American ground crew worker who stole an empty aircraft and carried out a series of loops before crashing it raises serious questions about aviation security, and whether such an event could occur in Australia.
AvLaw Founding Director Ron Bartsch appeared on Sunrise to discuss the Aeromexico jet crash in northern Mexico leaving 85 injured.
AvLaw Founding Director Ron Bartsch was on 2GB this week discussing the tragic MH370 disaster and the recent report handed down by the Malaysian Government.
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).
A recent ATSB investigation highlights the importance of safety management-based approaches in assessing applications for buildings that may affect air safety.