Swiss manufacturer Pilatus Aircraft will cease production of the legendary PC-6 Porter utility aircraft in 2019.

Tecnam is targeting 2019 for the first customer shipments of their twin-engined P2012 Traveller.

AOPA Australia has launched a Tour Coach and Mobile Simulator Centre to give them a larger presence at air shows.

A pilot's quick decision to autorotate his Jet Ranger after the engine failed may have saved the aircraft and passengers.

Lausitz turned on one of the most exciting races of the 2017 Red Bull Air Race World Championship last Sunday

Matt Hall is back in Lausitz, Germany, this weekend, confident that he can take the challenge up to the main contenders.

Some of the most influential people in the aviation industry are scheduled to speak at the RAAA convention.

CASA is in the final stages of preparing a Discussion Paper on the use of ADS-B technology in aircraft operating under visual flight rules.

AAHOF has announced that five new inductees and Trans Australia Airlines (TAA) will be inducted this year.

The Federal Government recently announced that it has opened the fifth and final round of funding under the Remote Airstrip Upgrade Program.

Mike Mrdak AO, is to leave the infrastructure portfolio after eight years in the position.

The FAA has updated the FAR 23 design rules for light aircraft.

LISA Airplanes says it expects to start first deliveries of its multi surface Akoya LSA within a few months.

Perlan II has made history by soaring to over 52,000 feet, setting a new world record.

Martin Sonka won the Porto, Portugal, round of the Red Bull Air Race on the weekend with a blistering Final 4 run.