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An ATSB investigation report into the crash of a Bristell found that the pilot had performed manoeuvres classified as aerobatics in the moments before the crash.

Utility Air is planning a demo tour of the diesel-powered Diamond DA40 NG towards the end of this year.

Aviation goes on despite the pandemic, as shown in the July-August print edition of Australian Flying.

CASA CEO Shane Carmody has issued a statement saying that the regulator has got more things right than wrong since it was founded.

Airbus Helicopters announced last week that EASA had issued certification for a five-bladed version of the H145.

Diamond Aircraft expects their composite DA50 RG will be EASA type-certified by the end of the European Summer.

The Federal Government has approved projects totaling $41 million in the first round of the RAP.

Mixed results but no surprises in the 2020 COVID-19 impact survey.

AAHOF will induct three aviators into the hall of fame and honour aviators that battled the bushfires.

The ATSB has released the final investigation report into the fatal crash of a Yak 9 warbird near Latrobe Valley in 2018.

Air bp is applying technology to reduce the chances of misfueling an aircraft.

Textron Aviation is marking 65 years in service of the venerable Cessna Skyhawk

Dick Smith has supported growing industry calls for a Royal Commission into aviation.

EASA has certified Pipistrel's battery-powered Velis Electro trainer.

There are things that we can do to keep our aircraft in top condition and ready to fly again.

Tisdall Aviation Group has added the Australian Wings Academy to their stable of GA companies.