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The RAeS and Australian Flying have opened the nominations for the 2017 Wings Awards.

Changes to an agreement between Australia and the USA are set to give Australian parts manufacturers easier and cheaper access to the huge US market.

Cessna has started manufacturing the first four Citation Longitude production aircraft.

A Queensland children's charity set up last year is embarking on a fundraising air rally around the state later this year.

Demand for seaplane flights from Sydney's Rose Bay terminal are on the rise after 20% increase in bookings for 2016.

Former AMPA president John Hillard tells some home truths about ASICs.

The senate inquiry into airport and aviation security look finally due to report.

Central Coast Council has called for Expressions of Interest for aviation facilities at Warnervale.

The new General Aviation Advisory Group has met for the first time.

Vector Aerospace recently announced that it has signed an exclusive agreement with Field Air to provide PT6A engine services.

Box Hill Institute and Soar Advanced Flight Training have created an employment pathway after signing an agreement with operators in the Northern Territory.

The attendance figures for Avalon 2017 have easily broken all previous crowd records, according to the organisers.

Professore Luigi Pascale, founder and guiding spirit of general aviation manufacturer Tecnam, died on Tuesday at the age of 93.

Peter Crook and Grant Kenny have become the first Australians to fly the Bell 505 Jetranger X

CASA has completed a study of the airspace around Hobart and Cambridge airports in Tasmania.