The terrible optics of today’s Qantas AGM come at a moment when it is very keen to mould the legislative landscape of aviation in its favour.
Can Belarus claim to have been within its rights to divert a Ryanair flight and detain passengers?
Drones are coming to our cities – but what do people really think about them, and how can they have a sustainable future? New research provides some answers.
Recent advances in technology and new trends in commercial air travel could make supersonic flight economically viable. But regulations will have to change first.
It’s hoped that this new aviation legal framework will help Ghana to improve its reputation and performance in all sorts of safety and compliance measures.
Australia was once at the forefront of RPAS regulation, but we now trail other jurisdictions – and we’re alarmingly misaligned with international best practice.
Failing to agree an aviation agreement could mean no legal basis for flights to operate at UK airports.
A surprise intrusion by a drone on a Darwin woman skinny-dipping in her secluded backyard pool highlights the many weaknesses of current privacy and stalking laws.
All over the country, novice drone pilots are launching their new Christmas presents skywards. But do they all know the rules? Here’s a primer.
A global deal on airline emissions leaves a number of loopholes.
A carbon tax on airline tickets might sound like a tricky sell, but many airlines already collect a similar levy to raise funds for developing world health initiatives.
Governments and the aviation industry have welcomed new proposed aircraft emissions standards - which rather suggests that the new rules don’t go far enough.
The profitability of the airline industry is fragile at best, but that doesn’t mean Australia can’t make room for another airline.
Aviation, which transformed travel and way of life in the 20th century, is being transformed in the 21st century and faces some difficult 21st-century problems.