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Daher rolled out the 1000th example of its TBM single-engined turbo-prop aircraft last Monday.

Diamond Aircraft has returned the two-seat DA20 to production status.

The Federal Court has barred Angel Flight from using certain CASA internal e-mails in the case against the regulator's Letter of Demand sent to pilots.

The ATSB has warned that thunderstorm may need a greater clearance than the customary 10 nm.

Shipment figures released by GAMA show a significant contraction in the market for the first six months of the year.

Diamond Aircraft announced yesterday that EASA had certified the new DA50 RG.

Recreational Aviation Australia CEO Michael Linke has resigned and will leave the organisation by the end of the year.

Wings over Illawarra 2020 has been canceled despite already having been postponed from May until November.

A consortium of pilots and owners has taken over Mooney International.

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Otto Aviation surprised the aviation world this week by lifting the wraps on their innovative bullet-shaped Celera 500L.

Peninsula Aero Club yesterday won a victory in VCAT against the local council.

Pipistrel is taking orders for its Nuuva autonomous cargo system.

Angel Flight is headed back to the courts after CASA sent letters to pilots and the organisation demanding information.

A Commonwealth Ombusdman investigation into the conduct CASA has found no legislation that prevents a flying school from franchising out their AOC.

Two New Zealand companies and a UK firm have joined forces to develop a clean-sheet SETP.