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Textron Aviation announced this week that the FAA had certified the King Air 260.

CQUniversity has signed a partnership deal for Mission Aviation Fellowship to provide practical flight training.

Dassault Aviation yesterday completed the first flight of the Falcon 6X widebody corporate jet.

AeroMobil announced yesterday that its flying supercar had met several key requirements for certification.

The US NAA has listed Garmin's Autoland system as a finalist for the 2020 Collier Trophy.

The ATSB has found that the pilot of a Wittman Tailwind likely became spatially disoriented before the aircraft crashed .

Court documents have revealed the financial position of Pacific Aerospace.

Piaggio administrators have shortlisted five potential buyers for the company.

The C172SP was the only shining light in a year that saw aircraft delivery figures devastated by COVID-19.

Red-Bull-style air racing looks set to return next year after the WCAR entered a partnership with the FAI.

What's inside March-April 2021 Australian Flying? Here's the line-up.

Pipistrel last week released details of a 20-seat, zero-emissions regional airliner concept.

The GFA has criticised Airservices Australia over the consultation process used for the Class E airspace proposal.

APTA CEO Glen Buckley has formalised his allegations of misfeasance against CASA managers.

PAL has gone into administration, generating uncertainty around the fate of the type certificates.

The QLD Section of the RFDS today announced an agreement to buy four new King Air 360s.